Wild Thyme Flowers
Thymus Capitatus, a variety common across Greece’s rocky coastlines, grows into a woody purple shrub each spring. It prospers in several maritime areas of the Mediterranean, but it can taste very different depending on the place of origin.
Daphnis and Chloe’s harvesters trim the blooms one by one, following a laborious process that allows for preserving the herb’s aroma for longer. The most advanced tool to ever touch the thyme is a pair of scissors.
14g / 0.49oz
How to enjoy daily
Floral and tingling, this thyme is best friends with lemon, garlic, and olive oil. A combination capable of taking plain roasted potatoes to another level.
Make sure to crush with your fingers before use to release its fragrance.