Made from the crushed leaves of Aniseed Myrtle it has a subtle sweet liquorice flavour.
An earthy alternative to aniseed, but not as sweet as liquorice.
Can be used in sauces for fish or a rub for rich red meat.
Great with fish or pork, steamed rice, seafood, biscuits, ice-cream or tea.
Traditionally used for weight loss, lactation and stomach complaints.
The listed weight is the shipping weight.
NUTRITIONAL INFO per 100gm
|Ingredient||Energy||Protein||Fat, Total||Saturated Fat||Carbohydrate||Sugars||Sodium|
|Aniseed Myrtle, dried||695kJ||8.1gm||1.8gm||0.5gm||3.6gm||3.6gm||69mg|