Daphnis and Chloe Greek Sage
This incredibly fragrant, gray-green sage varietal is foraged by hand from the wilds of Epirus. An area so renowned for its sage that the ambrosial herb has leant its name to a nearby village.
To use: Crush the sage in a mortar and pestle or with your fingertips just before using. Pan-fry in butter for a simple pasta sauce or drizzle over soup, pasta, or roasted vegetables.
Recipe: Little Gem Salad & Mustard Seeds Buttermilk Vinaigrette
Daphnis and Chloe source hand-picked herbs from Greek farmers and foragers who run small and seasonal operations—it took years of tasting across the hidden corners of Greece to identify the herbs most worth sharing. Quantities are limited across all Daphnis and Chloe herbs, depending on how much each forager or producer is able to deliver.
Your herbs will keep well for a year or two if stored in a dark and dry place.
Daphnis and Chloe
Hand-picked in Greece.
We love the whole range of Daphnis and Chloe Greek herbs and spices.