Wild Greek Oregano hand collected on Mt. Taygetos (30 g)

The Spartan Table


Prized by professional chefs throughout the world, Greek oregano is intense and flavorful. Its wonderful scent fills the air in the countryside throughout Greece.

This wild oregano from Mt. Taygetos is perhaps the world’s finest. It is collected at elevations of 3900-4500 feet above sea level and naturally dried. A true delicacy, it should be used sparingly, a little goes a long way.

The Spartan Table sustainably sources wild herbs of the highest quality from the sun drenched mountains of Lakonia, overlooking the ancient city of Sparta, where they have grown for thousands of years. Proprietors Georgos & Jehny seek to share their way of life and the unique bounty of Sparta with those who seek authentic, natural ways to enhance their diet and health.


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Denet H.
United States United States
Dried oregano

My absolute favorite! I use it in all my homemade salad dressings. I love opening the lid from time to time just to take a whiff of it’s fragrance. Thank you for filling the jar to the top

Fanny I.
United States United States
Wow So Intense

I love this Wild Greek Oregano. I sprinkle on top of my Greek salads and is fantastic on bread dipped with olive oil. The flavor is so intense and delicious it seems to have replaced my Herbes de Provence.

Mark H.
United States United States
Highest quality available!

This is the second bottle I have bought and it is as good as before. The smell is heavenly and the taste enhances everything with a sweet fragrance. Love it with lamb, chicken and on zucchini.

Fanie P.
United States United States
Taygetos oregano

I love it. The best oregano u can buy

deisse w.
United States United States

The oregano gives a delicious aroma to my dishes. I use it on my veggies frittatas and mostly on anything I cook