Based in Greece, Daphnis and Chloe offers incredibly flavorful cooking herbs of the Mediterranean. Because they value quality over quantity--and it takes a great deal of time, patience, and human labor to tend to the herbs--each batch is limited.
Bay Leaves: Big and bright green, these leaves come from an island farm in Cephalonia. Use in soups, sauces, stews, and slow cooking.
Thyme: Tasting slightly different than the thyme we are accustomed to, this variety is what the ancient Greeks referred to as thyme.
Oregano from Cephalonia: The company describes this as "peppery and flowery, this variety could be described as the “little sister” of marjoram."
Greek Sage: Handpicked from the wild of Epirus, this sage offers a more intense flavor and aroma than the common variety.
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