We started a journey up the mountains in Central Greece a few years ago and the adventure continues with more experiences, product developments, collaborations and surprises.
Keep in touch by following us on instagram @floweringrock or visit our project space in SoWa, Boston's Art and Design District @sowaboston.
The Story of botanicals for your water
Inspired by the natural bounty of Central Greece, with over 3 thousand known wildflowers, and ancient healing herbs growing wild between the limestone rocks of Mt. Othrys, we had to share with all back home. We work with sustainable growers in Greece and ethically source from around the world to produce fine tisanes. While they are tisanes, they are best for cold infusion, a new way to drink more water with high anti-inflammatory benefits, great taste and zero calories.We are also dedicated to sustainable eco-friendly design so our packaging and product offerings try to push the envelope in being as considerate for the planet as possible.
MORE ABOUT OUR BOTANICAL ADVENTURE
Field of sideritis, commonly known as Greek Mountain Tea on Mt. Othrys before harvest in June. The plant has been wildcrafted by locals for centuries, even used by Hippocrates (460-370 BC) as a cure-all.
OUR FIRST COLLECTION INSPIRATION
Titan & The Muses of Good Health Collection made with a foundation of Sideritis raeseri, and named for the different muses that relate to the blend benefit. This is an homage to the history of Mt.Othrys, Greece, a place of legend where ancient Titans ruled, and the mountain where our healing botanicals are cultivated. They are offered in loose leaf, and sachets both packaged in containers made easy to upcycle. Our products are based on the sideritis annual harvest and each lot is specific to harvest year. Some years are better than others and our pricing may fluctuate pending on the annual yield.
EARLY PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT - ON TO NEW PRODUCTS - STAY TUNED!
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