Pepper Berry Leaf ~ Whole leaf, dried and ground

We love this spice, sourced from Tasmania, in just about any thing savoury and it actually works wonderfully in creamy desserts too.

It adds a delicious peppery bite to pasta dough, savoury biscuits and bread, and can be added to curries, slow-cooked foods, cheeses and egg dishes, to enhance the flavour. It also lifts the profile of alcoholic beverages such as gin, vodka, white rum, Cointreau and tequila.

This product comes as dried and ground whole leaf in a 50g resealable, recyclable food safe pouch.

Learn more about Pepper Berry.

◎  Common Name: Pepper Berry, Pepper Leaf, Mountain Pepper

◎  Scientific or Latin Name: Tasmannia lanceolata

◎  ComparisonAromatic pepper

◎  Seasonality: All year dried

◎  Region: Tasmania & Victoria (cool climate)

◎  Size: This comes in 50g in a compostable resealable food safe bag or 1 kilo bulk bag.  Contact us for Wholesale or larger bulk orders. 

This spice is featured in these recipes in Warndu Mai:

Love the spicy punch of Pepper Berry? Then try this spice as a whole dried fruit, or you can taste this flavour in our Salt and Pepper mix. You'll also find a hint of Pepper Berry in our deliciously blended Wild Chai Latte and our Aussie Dukkah.

Warndu means good in the Adnyamathanha language. Our mission is to REGENERATE culture, community, tradition, health and our soils. Every product we make includes one or more Australian Native ingredients. 

Our products are all made in Australia from 100% locally sourced, seasonal and wild harvested produce.

Christmas 2022

For Christmas 2022 gift giving please order before these dates:

◎ Parcel Post: Friday 16th December 2022
◎ Express Post: Wednesday 21st December 2022

To maintain Warndu taste we keep smaller quantities on hand of our Australian Natives, it takes us a little while to dry, roast or grind them to make. We aim to send all orders within ten days of receiving them.

Australia Wide

◎ We send by tracked standard Australia Post and offer Express Post.  With Express Post please be aware that we still require 3-10 days for packing from the time of order. This allows us to blend products and keep up with the volume of orders. Express post speeds up the AusPost delivery time. 

◎ We offer free delivery over $100 when you enter FREESHIP at checkout.

◎ Delivery cost is by weight i.e.

◦ $12 for a book, spices or teas 
◦ Up to $25 for a larger order

◎ Due to our hand blending and keeping products as fresh as possible, items may take 7-10 days to prepare, and then send from the Clare Valley. There has been delays due to border closures. We generally send items on Tuesdays. 

International Shipping and Currencies

◎ We ship worldwide and accept other currencies. 

◎ We send standard postage with Australia post prices range from $28 AUD - $100 AUD with a maximum of 5 kilos. 

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Louise Murray
the Pepper Berry leaves

Once I received my order from you, I started using the Pepper Berry and Lemon Myrtle in my tea with surprising results. It’s anecdotal, of course, so those in the Medical Profession would probably dispute it, but I have had reduced pain and swelling in my joints. I now tell others to use it to.

Being GF I’d love to have Kangaroo Grass flour. Is there any chance that you would sell it? I’ve definitely changed my whole thinking about gardening after reading Dark Emu and I have more native bush food plants in my garden.

Regards,
Louise

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Louise Murray
the Pepper Berry leaves

Once I received my order from you, I started using the Pepper Berry and Lemon Myrtle in my tea with surprising results. It’s anecdotal, of course, so those in the Medical Profession would probably dispute it, but I have had reduced pain and swelling in my joints. I now tell others to use it to.

Being GF I’d love to have Kangaroo Grass flour. Is there any chance that you would sell it? I’ve definitely changed my whole thinking about gardening after reading Dark Emu and I have more native bush food plants in my garden.

Regards,
Louise

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