Malotira
Organic Tea

Sideritis syriaca

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This incredible endemic herb, born high in the Cretan mountains, could be exactly what you need to bring to your life for a potential wellness boost, all year round. Malotira tea is one of Crete’s favourite herbal teas!

Ingredients: Sideritis syriaca dried flower stems

Organic Herb 

Hand Harvested 

100% Greek 

Family Owned 

No caffeine 

Shielded Package 

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A delicious and light beverage that you will only find
on the tops of the Cretan mountains

A piece of Cretan history!

When you want to add something to your routine to help with your health, it can be easy to reach for the latest supposed “wonder cure”. But this isn’t some recent health fad. Cretan Mountain Tea Malotira, has been a little piece of the history of Crete for a long time, with a rich and storied history of supporting and promoting health and healing.

With a soft stem and pale grey-green leaves with small yellow flowers, these distinctive plants are hand-picked in the beautiful highlands of Crete each summer. And you can discover the same amazing benefits and medicinal properties that the Venetians did so many centuries ago, and the Cretans before them.

Emphasis on quality

Full of valuable ingredients for your body, Cretan mountain tea does not contain caffeine and so is suitable for drinking at all hours of the day. Available in packages of 20gr and 5gr, this double package offers absolute protection. Sealed in a certified food bag with a zip, you can easily open and close it and keep your tea fresh, with its unique and pungent aroma intact. Fully protected against the light and air, you will be able to enjoy a fresh cup every time. Our family produces this amazing tea, so you can be sure you are drinking an organic, authentic cup straight from the highlands of Crete.

Organically and responsibly harvested, you can be certain that your herbal tea is sustainably sourced, so you can keep incorporating it into your day for years to come.

Do you want to try this amazing tea and become part of a lineage of those who have appreciated its many medicinal properties and health-supporting qualities? Drink your Cretan mountain tea hot or cold, or combine it with Dittany and Cretan Sage for an immunity-boosting sensation. Enjoy daily to reap the best that the mountains of Crete have to offer.

However you choose to drink your Malotira tea, you are tasting a little piece of history with each sip, and supporting your daily wellness routine with a wealth of Cretan knowledge boiled into your daily cup.

Reviews

Very inviting clear Chartreuse green colour - perfect clarity. A definite grassiness with a hint of Chamomile. Very attractive blossom but sadly doesn't stay alive in the mouth.

- Great Taste Awards 2019

Lovely pale straw colour. Fresh vegetal aromas. Herbal flavours on the palate with a slightly perfume note too. Judges find the initial flavour of the tea quite pleasant but that it is short lived and the taste does not linger on. Possibly look at a stronger brew for a more depth and longer lasting flavour.

- Great Taste Awards 2019

We loved the whole plant to pick and infuse. When rubbed it had a lovely essential oil aroma. The liquid was a bright yellow, with excellent clarity. There wasn't a big aroma, all the oils went into the infusion. It is zesty with a slightly meaty flavour and feels viscous in the mouth. It is an acquired taste, but it's a good example of this tea.

- Great Taste Awards 2018

Beautiful stems of flowers giving a bright, pale golden liquid. The stems have been carefully harvested and presented. A light and refreshing drink finishing on a light mintiness. A great example of mountain tea.

- Great Taste Awards 2017

Very inviting clear Chartreuse green colour - perfect clarity. A definite grassiness with a hint of Chamomile. Very attractive blossom but sadly doesn't stay alive in the mouth.

- Great Taste Awards 2019

Malotira
Organic Tea

Sideritis syriaca

From:

*Free shipping on orders over 60€

This incredible endemic herb, born high in the Cretan mountains, could be exactly what you need to bring to your life for a potential wellness boost, all year round. Malotira tea is one of Crete’s favourite herbal teas!

Package Contains: Sideritis syriaca dried flower stems

Organic Herb 

Family Owned 

Hand Harvested 

No caffeine 

100% Greek 

Shielded 

tofillo - 1001 Degustations - Awards

Q:

A delicious and light beverage that you will only find
on the tops of the Cretan mountains

Reviews

Very inviting clear Chartreuse green colour - perfect clarity. A definite grassiness with a hint of Chamomile. Very attractive blossom but sadly doesn't stay alive in the mouth.

- Great Taste Awards 2019

Lovely pale straw colour. Fresh vegetal aromas. Herbal flavours on the palate with a slightly perfume note too. Judges find the initial flavour of the tea quite pleasant but that it is short lived and the taste does not linger on. Possibly look at a stronger brew for a more depth and longer lasting flavour.

- Great Taste Awards 2019

We loved the whole plant to pick and infuse. When rubbed it had a lovely essential oil aroma. The liquid was a bright yellow, with excellent clarity. There wasn't a big aroma, all the oils went into the infusion. It is zesty with a slightly meaty flavour and feels viscous in the mouth. It is an acquired taste, but it's a good example of this tea.

- Great Taste Awards 2018

Beautiful stems of flowers giving a bright, pale golden liquid. The stems have been carefully harvested and presented. A light and refreshing drink finishing on a light mintiness. A great example of mountain tea.

- Great Taste Awards 2017

Very inviting clear Chartreuse green colour - perfect clarity. A definite grassiness with a hint of Chamomile. Very attractive blossom but sadly doesn't stay alive in the mouth.

- Great Taste Awards 2019

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