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Greek Mountain Tea (Mount Olympus)

Greek Mountain Tea (Mount Olympus)

Regular price $15.90 USD
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Type: Sideritis Scardica (also called tsai tou vounou, ironwort, and shepherd's tea)

Region: Mt. Olympus

Sourcing: Wildcrafted 

Taste: Earthy, floral, smooth, refreshing

Servings: 2.2 oz / 40 cups (double steep for 80 cups)

Pairs with: honey, lemon, cinnamon stick

Ratio: 1 tsp per cup

Nutrientsbioflavonoids, antioxidants, triterpene acids, iron, polyphenols, and phytonutrients such as apigenin, quercetin, kaempferol, and caffeic and chlorogenic acids.

  • Phenol content: 136 mg per serving
  • Bioflavonoid content: 65.1 mg per serving (two times the bioflavonoid content of chamomile tea)

How to Make Greek Mountain Tea: Bring 10-12 fluid ounces of water to a boil and simmer 1-2 tsp of Greek Mountain Tea for 5-7 minutes. 

How to Make Cold Brew Iced Tea: Just combine Greek Mountain tea and water in a glass pitcher and let the tea soak and infuse the water for 10 to 12 hours in the refrigerator covered with a lid. Strain, add some ice cubes (optional), and enjoy. Iced Greek Mountain tea is probably the most refreshing, healthy, and tasty herbal infusion in the world!

Characteristics: vegan, sugar free, zero calories, all natural, gluten free, pesticides free, no chemicals, Non-GMO

Other Tips: 

While simmering, keep the tea covered. This will prevent the beneficial essential oils from escaping with the steam.

A longer simmer will produce a stronger cup of tea without any hint of bitterness.

If you are making a cold brew, make a whole pitcher and not just a cup. Make sure the leaves are well soaked -you may put a lid and shake- and keep your pitcher covered in the refrigerator. Your cold brew tea will stay fresh for up to 3 days.

Make Herbal Tea Ice Cubes! Just pour your cold brew tea into ice cube trays, and freeze completely. Pair with filtered water, club sodas, fruit smoothies, mocktails, and cocktails.

About Greek Mountain Tea

Experience the wonders of Greek mountain tea! This caffeine-free, wildcrafted herbal masterpiece is a treat for the senses and your health. Our carefully selected, loose leaf tea is sourced directly from the verdant peaks of Mount Olympus, Greece, bringing with it a combination of delightful earthy notes paired with subtle floral and mint aromas. Not only does it smell wonderful and make an ideal hot or cold drink, but also it has plenty of health benefits to keep you feeling energised. A potent source of antioxidants, triterpene acids, iron, and polyphenols, this herbal brew helps to reduce oxidative damage and promote general wellbeing. Greek Mountain Tea is as potent as green tea and it tastes much better. For extra indulgence, we recommend adding a splash of honey to truly make each cup a divine experience. So why not bring those Greek mountains right into your everyday life – try our delicious Greek mountain tea!


  • Danesi F, Saha S, Kroon PA, et al. Bioactive-rich Sideritis scardica tea (mountain tea) is as potent as Camellia sinensis tea at inducing cellular antioxidant defenses and preventing oxidative stress. J. Sci. Food Agric. 2013;93: 3558-3564. 

Hot Brew Instructions

Boil 12 oz of water. Reduce to low and simmer 1 tsp of blend for 5-7 minutes. Strain. Enjoy!

Cold Brew Iced Tea Instructions

Just combine 6 tsp blend with 6 tsp filtered water in a glass pitcher and let the leaves soak and infuse the water for 10 to 12 hours in the refrigerator covered with a lid. Strain, add some ice cubes (optional), and enjoy. Iced herbal tea is probably the most refreshing, healthy, and tasty infusion in the world!

Shipping & Returns

Free shipping with 2+ bags! If you don't like the blend for any reason, email me and I will refund you. No need to return anything. Cheers!

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