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My Land Greek Mountain Loose Leaf, Teabags and Keurig compatible Tea straight from the slopes of Mount Olympus.

My Land organic herbs: oregano, thyme, Sage and Rosemary fresh from Mount Olympus.

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My Land Organic Greek Mountain Revitalizing Tea from Mt Olympus (50g/1.76oz

  • My Land’s organic Olympus Mountain tea is a soothing aromatic herbal tea, containing the Sideritis Scardica plant combined with lemon balm, sage and peppermint from Mount Olympus, Greece. It contains powerful properties and can be consumed anytime though it's beneficial for relaxing or bed time.

  • The Ultimate Anti-Oxidant Greek Tea
    With its strong antioxidant properties Greek mountain herbal tea helps aiding digestion, improving immunity, relaxing and anxiety. Its efficacy increases if consumed while starting your day or winding down after an intense workout.

    Hand-Picked Natural Tea Leaves
    Our Greek Mountain Tea is made from the dried flowers, leaves, and stems of the Sideritis herb. It is grown and hand-picked from the slopes of Mount Olympus in the traditional ways so as to preserve its wonderful natural flavor and nutrition. Our 100% organic and naturally caffeine-free tea is a great option for your day.

    Exhilarate Your Senses with its Taste & Aroma
    Smooth and deliciously appealing, our organic Olympus herbal tea is an ideal companion for cold winter days. It is rich in antioxidants and polyphenols for improving health and mood alike. Honey, lemon, or cinnamon can be added depending on the individual’s taste. Its sweet, floral and earthy aroma brings happiness and ecstasy to the senses. Great as iced tea.

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews

I'm pretty sure someone just sat next to the bush, pulling off leaves and filling these envelopes.

The tea is very whole leaf. Sometimes whole branch. And the branches still have a tiny bit of flex to them, so very, very fresh.

The instructions say you should do a decoction and then an infusion (new use for my butter warmer). The result is a pleasant tasting (lemon/licorice) dark yellow liquor that clearly has some chamomile in it.

My only complaint is that the wholeness of the leaves means that I have to be careful to take all three kinds. There are also some random stems with no leaves, though not too many.


I've been looking for a hot beverage that's tasty and caffeine-free so I can drink it in the evening without disturbing my sleep. This one really hits the spot. The instructions on the package call for "3 grams" (about a three-fingers pinch full) to be boiled in 12 ounces of water for 3-5 minutes, and then steeped for another 3-5 minutes. Preparing it this way gives you a great flavorful tea (or "tisane," if you want to get technical) that has a substantial flavor but is still relaxing. Chamomile tea I've had in the past has been almost vanishingly weak, but not this stuff. The aroma is really delightful too.


My wife and I have been trying to expand our tea flavors and try new things and so when we saw this we figured we'd give it a shot. The smell of the tea when you open the bag is really nice and my wife agreed that the aroma was very good. Brewed up some hot tea using this and it turned out really nice, my wife agreed. We'd recommend this to anyone thinking of trying something new.


Greek mountain tea is wonderful all by itself. But in combination with chamomile and lemon verbena it achieves a subtle complexity that’s very pleasing, even uplifting.

Yes, this tea can uplift and refresh without keeping you awake. In fact, it’s so relaxing, it’s an ideal bedtime tea. Drinking it, I feel both alert and calm. If I had to describe the flavor, I’d say it tastes like a meadow of wildflowers. I really love this tea. So does my husband.

The dried leaves and flowers are not at all limp or crushed, but very fresh and snappy, the way dried herbs should be. All three ingredients are organic, all are medicinal herbs with reputed health benefits, and all have traditionally been used to court sleep.

Jeannette Belliveau

This is a product from Greece and the main leaf is actually Sideritis scardica, or mountain tea, often consumed in Greece and Spain. I've bicycled through Crete and the smell takes me back to the atmosphere of oregano and similar herbs you notice in the countryside.

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