You’d be wise to invite this sage to your pantry.
This sage will blow your grocery store spice out of the water. This robust variety (salvia fruticosa) is the most common type of sage grown along the Aegean Sea islands and is more intensely flavored and fragrant than what’s grown in North America.
Try frying the leaves whole and using as tasty garnish, use to flavor meats and sauces, or brew the leaves as a tea. This space is packaged by Daphnis & Chloe, a small collective with a mission of supporting small organic farmers in Greece and bringing the country’s best herbs and plants to the globe.