Crystal clear distillate from grapes 40 vol. The quintessential drink of Cretan culture. Tsikoudia of Crete, in addition to others, is a sign of friendship and courtesy, as well as a social communication tool. There is no household in Crete without a bottle of tsikoudia, readily available at all times.
Light taste that highlights the purity of the process and materials. Predominant aroma of anise, with a strong presence of Greek herbs and seeds such as cardamom and kakoules, which form a harmonic whole. Served with ice or water.
Honey from coniferous trees and a variety of herbs. Collected from hives located near Plastiras Lake, where the microclimate and the essential oils of the region offer a honey renowned for its fullness and variety in taste. Because of natural low-glucose content, crystallization is done with crude rate. It is very nutritious and particularly rich in micronutrients
Pine is considered the most important apiculture plant of our country. Approximately 65% of Greek production comes from the pines. Due to the low concentration of sugars is not too sweet and has a special fragrance. Pine honey is darker than thyme and remains fluid for longer periods of time. It has high nutritional value with substances such as metals and minerals (calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, copper).
Children's Favorite jam, made of fresh strawberries, sweet taste, light aroma and whole pieces of fruit. Can be used in confectionery for garnishing cake, tart, croissant stuffing, cookie overlap and many others.
Split peas come from the legume Lathyrus clymenum, one of the most humble ingredients in Greek cuisine. This is the food that sustained residents of the Greek Islands, where it is considered the national dish. Santorini split peas is famous for its uniqueness which inherits from the island's ground. Its size is like a fine pebble with bright yellow color. It is a PDO product (protected designation of origin).
Organic olives, collected by hand, within oil flavored by herbs of Taygetos mountain, made with love for olive and tradition. Kalamata olives is the first olive class certified as PDO (protected designation of origin) product. An excellent table selection, adapted to the soil and microclimate of Messinia, whence it spread to Laconia. In these two areas is where the main crop is being cultivated.