Grown in the cool rainforests of Tasmania, Native Pepper Leaf is gathered by hand from the Native Pepper Berry tree. This wild, natural and spicy leaf has a unique native Australian bushland flavour. Indigenous Australians used it for medicinal purposes, cooking and preserving foods.
Grown by Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory, this plant was originally used for medicinal & ceremonial purposes. Early European settlers called it the “the Five-Spice plant” due to its fragrant mix of flavours, predominantly Basil, Sage and Mint.
Infuse Spice River Mint 18g
28 in stock
River Mint also known as Native or Australian Mint can be found growing along riverbanks, particularly in the Murray Darling Basin waterways. It has long been used by Indigenous Australians as a flavoursome bushfood, but also for medicinal purposes to help relieve stomach disorders and ease symptoms and of cold and fever. The leaves add a fresh minty, menthol flavour and aroma.
Infuse Spice Wattle Seed Roasted Ground 45g
8 in stock
Wattle Seed Roasted - Ground
Elegant Wattle seeds come from a native shrub like tree, found throughout the more arid parts of Australia. They have small yellow flowers and long pods like beans that contain these edible delights. They contain nutrients including zinc, magnesium, iron and potassium, as well as being an excellent source of protein and fibre.
Infuse Spice Wild Native Thyme Flakes 25g
24 in stock
Wild Native Thyme - Flakes
This aromatic bush is native to South East New South Wales, Eastern Victoria and Tasmania. Once used for its medicinal properties, it is now sought after because of the complex flavours that it adds to cooking.