Greek Rosemary

£5.00

In a nutshell: Hand-harvested high up on the mountains of Epirus in northwestern Greece, our rosemary leaves add amazing flavour to roast lamb, focaccia and grilled chicken.

Picked at the peak of their potency from a small family farm high up on the mountains of Epirus in the northwest of mainland Greece, our rosemary leaves are thick, bold and beautiful with a pleasant piney flavour. Use them to aromatise pork, lamb or chicken. They are also delicious with fish and roasted vegetables. Ideal for super-fresh homemade spice blends, marinades and herbed butter.

Details 26g

About Daphnis and Chloe
Daphnis and Chloe was established in a small Athens workshop underneath the Acropolis in 2013. Inspired by the long tradition of using sun-dried herbs in Greek mountain and island villages where locals hand-pick herbs to dry on their roof-tops or hang in bunches from their balconies, Evangelia Koutsovoulou began her search for the finest herbs and spices that Greece could offer. Thanks to an immense diversity of microclimates, Greece is home to some of the best herbs in the Mediterranean. The result is a carefully curated collection of wonderful herbs that will add fragrance and depth to all types of dishes – sprinkled over feta cheese, grilled seafood and meat dishes or added to sauces, soups, salads and stews. From beautiful wild thyme flower buds that are picked just before they burst open in the springtime all over the Aegean islands, rare smoked chilli flakes from Northern Greece, fragrant and sweet marjoram from Captain Corelli’s island (Cephalonia), aromatic oregano from Amorgos and an intense, fruity sage that goes brilliantly with all pork dishes and makes a restorative tea when you’ve got a cold.

All the herbs and spices are either picked wild or from small organic family-run farms. Handpicked and processed with non-invasive artisanal methods, in order to maintain their unique taste and fragrance all the way to your kitchen. Harvested at the peak of their potency the leaves and flowers are left whole on purpose: Crush them with your fingers to release their highly aromatic volatile oils right when needed.