Amygdalota, herbs, organic pomegranate marmalade, pure honey from Chalkidiki, lemon-bergamot chocolate, chocolate with olive oil and salt, chocolate loukoumi, wooden honey dipper. The ideal equipment for an alternative kind of lifestyle, with an organic foundation and a plethoric quality.
In every wedding, christening or feast, Greek housewives tend to bake amygdalota, those small sweets made from Greek almond and sugar. The amygdalota are popular all over Greece but mainly on the islands, such as Kithira, the island goddess Aphrodite chose to live with god Eros, where the best recipes come from anyway.
Once the compostable packaging is empty, reuse it as a planting container.
Follow the instructions on the back side of the label, find the organic seed stick under the lid and grow your very own aromatic plants. Help protect the environment by implementing circular economy and reducing waste.
The aquatic ecosystem is synonymous with serenity and relaxation. A trip in the Aegean as a mental experience someone could access alternatively through a cup of tea. This is a combination of pure Greek and intensely aromatic herbs, the color of amber and a sweet, antistress aftertaste.
Try it before you go to sleep or during the day in the form of cold or warm tea. May lend its aroma to pastry creams, bread dough, oven potatoes, grilled chicken and meat. Goes well with smoothies, juices and cocktails.
Goes well with breakfast, yogurt, cereal, smoothies, ice cream, trifles, cold or baked cheesecake, sablé, cupcakes and white cream cakes such as charlotte.
Appropriate for/goes great with tea, coffee, herb infusion, breakfast bread, yogurt, sweets, sauces. Serves as a sugar substitute in all of its uses.
Balanced aromas of velvet milk chocolate and orange, lemon and bergamot peel, collected in their prime.
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