Native Australian Aniseed Myrtle adds a pleasantly fresh, warm and aromatic spicy presence to your life.
Native Aniseed Myrtle has traditionally been used by Indigenous communities across the sub-tropical areas of New South Wales and Queensland. Recognised for its incredible culinary potential, Aniseed Myrtle has a similar aroma and flavour profile to liquorice, star anise and fennel seed. Add it to curries, marinades, rice, stews, biscuits, cakes, slices and teas to give an Australian twist to common dishes.
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Australian Aniseed Myrtle contains high amounts of anethole, which is recognised for its antiseptic, antimicrobial, antiviral and antibacterial properties. The plant is also a rich source of antioxidants and contains calcium, magnesium, vitamins A, C and E.
Australia’s very own Lemon Myrtle entices your senses with its wondrously aromatic citrus notes that can be used in an endless array of creations.
Lemon Myrtle is undoubtedly one of Australia’s favourite superfoods due to its intense lemony aroma and creamy lemony flavour. Traditionally used by Indigenous communities located across Northern New South Wales and Southern Queensland, Lemon Myrtle has become one of the most cultivated Australian superfoods. Try it today to flavour seafood, poultry, roasted vegetables, salads, salad dressings, and desserts to transform your dishes with a unique Australian twist.
Wattle Seed is a rare aromatic spice boasting complex flavours reminding us of coffee, chocolate and hazelnut.
Native Wattleseeds are a unique bush food traditionally used by Indigenous communities across the dry inland regions of Australia. The seeds were traditionally used to make damper by Indigenous Australians, due to its high protein content. With characteristics like coffee, chocolate and hazelnut, you can incorporate Wattleseeds into cream sauce, granola, ice cream, bread, dough and even desserts. Try it today to start adding a nutty Australian twist to common dishes.
Australian Wattleseeds contain Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, Iron, Potassium, while also being a great source of protein, fibre and having a low Glycemic index.
A superb alternative to conventional pepper, these whole dried native Pepperberries are in disguise. They are a sweet berry encasing a strong native pepper that adds intense heat while delivering a berry taste for an Australian outback twist to your meals.
Pepperberries have a unique sweet fiery aroma, that displays an intense heat with bold berry flavours that linger on the palate. Traditionally used by Indigenous communities from Southern New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania, Pepperberries have become a popular substitute for pepper. Try it today in meat rubs, sauces, pasta sauces, curries, roasts and even desserts.