Sage Tea
Alpine Herbs

Highest Grade 99 P.

Traditional Greek sage tea with stems and leaves. Top-quality, from wild-grown sage on Mt. Olympus at 1,100m elevation. Hand-picked. 50g
  • Best terroir on Mt. Olympus, 1,100m elevation
  • With leaves and stems
  • Wild-grown, processed using traditional methods
  • No artificial irrigation; improves polyphenol and aroma concentration
  • Grown in remote, idyllic region
  • Hand-picked


Character Strong, well-rounded flavour, with subtle spicy notes. High concentration of essential oils.
Ingredients 100% Sage Leaves and Stems.
Origin Traditional family-owned business at Mt. Olympus, in the heart of Greece's most famous terroir for mountain teas and herbs.
Terroir Mt. Olympus, Greece
Harvest Harvested by hand (June 2021)
Cultivar Salvia officinalis
Drying Naturally, gently air-dried in the shade
Elevation 1,100m above sea level
Organic Cert. Wild-grown, therefore not organic certified
Packaging 100% biodegradable and compostable (starch, cellulose, paper).
Grade 99/100 p. (herbal tea category); Highest Grade

Delivery : 1–3 business days

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€9.80 / 100g
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Herbal Teas

Herbal teas have been one of the most important applications of traditional herbalism for hundreds of years. Hot water helps release the valuable ingredients so that they can be easily absorbed by the body. Each herb represents a unique complex of active ingredients, sometimes combining hundreds of individual compounds. We select only the highest quality herbs from the best terroirs around the world, either from certified organic cultivation or wildcrafting. Our farms are often small, passionate family-run businesses with a long history of cultivating and processing the highest quality herbs and wild plants.

Cultivation & Processing

Our sage tea is wild-grown and harvested by farmers around Mt. Olympus, the most famous mountainous region for herbal tea in Greece. The trees grow at an elevation of 1,100m. The tea farm we source from is family-owned, and has generations' worth of knowledge of local herbs.


Brewing Guide

For an aromatic flavour: 1-2 tsp tea per 200-300ml boiling water. Steep for 5 minutes.


High quality, airtight, resealable standing zipper pouch to preserve flavour and protect against oxidation and contamination.

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Recommended Storage

Ideally store in an airtight, double-coated metal tin.

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