• I love all things liquorice or aniseed and Anise myrtle is just that in Australian native herb form

    Known lovingly as Aniseed myrtle, this dried and milled leaf is a fantastic addition to any dish requiring an aniseed flavour.  Use instead of Star Anise or even Pernod. The flavour diminishes if you cook too long, so like with many herbs add to your dish at the end of the cooking, this Australian native dried leaf won't disappoint. A great addition to a salad, Thai style food or seafood.  If you love "all things" aniseed, which I do, Anise myrtle is a great one to have in your kitchen pantry Remember, as with all herbs and spices, whilst they look fantastic on show in the kitchen, the best place to store it is in a dry, dark, cool space.
  • I love all things liquorice or aniseed and Anise myrtle is just that in Australian native herb form

    Known lovingly as Aniseed myrtle, this dried and milled leaf is a fantastic addition to any dish requiring an aniseed flavour.  Use instead of Star Anise or even Pernod. The flavour diminishes if you cook too long, so like with many herbs add to your dish at the end of the cooking, this Australian native dried leaf won't disappoint. A great addition to a salad, Thai style food or seafood.  If you love "all things" aniseed, which I do, Anise myrtle is a great one to have in your kitchen pantry Remember, as with all herbs and spices, whilst they look fantastic on show in the kitchen, the best place to store it is in a dry, dark, cool space.
  • Substitute this bush herb for Star Anise, for a great aniseed flavour in your cooking
  • Australian grown black tea is blended with wild-harvested native Mint to create this wonderful minty tea.  Full of flavour, it can strong for a robust tea when you feel like something with a bit of a punch, otherwise a softer version and you still have the flavour of the black tea and wild mint coming thru, just depends on what you're after at the time!
  • Lemon myrtle strong lemon/lime citrus aroma & flavour.

    Lemon myrtle is without doubt the best known bushtucker herb. You can add it in your salad dressing, baked goods, stir fry’s, anywhere that you want that lovely lemon flavour, beware it’s strong in both flavour and aroma so use a little at first until you get it right