In Greece, and more particularly in Crete, it is generally consumed in the form of herbal tea and rarely as a seasoning. This robust variety of sage has the Latin name Salvia Fruticosa and grows wild on all the islands of the Aegean Sea. Its leaves are smaller and thicker than those of typical European sage, and its taste and aroma are more pronounced. It comes from an organic farm in Crete, where all the herbs are naturally dried and processed by hand.
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