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Quandong & Anise Myrtle Loose Leaf Tea

Quandong (Wild Peach) comes from the Flinders Ranges and Anise Myrtle is wild harvested from different parts of Eastern Australia. This tea has a sweet and sour peachy flavour with a hint of aniseed.

All of our teas are hand blended to ensure a perfect balance of Native Australian flavours. This is a caffeine-free tea, grown and packaged in Australia from 100% Australian native ingredients.

Learn more about Quandong and Anise Myrtle.

◎ Taste profile: Sweet and sour peach with a hint of aniseed.

◎ Shelf Life: 12 months

◎ Serving Size (25g):  Approximately 15-20 small cups of tea.

◎ Serving Size (50g):  Approximately 40 small cups of tea.  

◎ Requirements: You will need a strainer or tea pot. 

If you love the taste of sour peach then try our Quandong spice, or in our Quandong & Black Tea Loose Leaf Tea. Or for more Aniseed flavours try our Anise Myrtle spice or blended Wild Chai Latte.

You can also find this delicious tea in our assortment of gift packs.

 

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.

We blend our teas to order and often run out of the small batches of ingredients you have ordered so sometimes it takes us a little while to dry, roast or grind. We aim to send all orders within ten days of receiving them.

Australia Wide

◎ We send by tracked standard Australia Post

◎ Free delivery over $100 when you enter FreeShip at checkout

◎ Delivery cost is by weight i.e.

◦ $2.20 for light non bulky items like tea or a spice
◦ $12 for a book
◦ 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

◎ We ship to NZ and the USA, and accept payments in those currencies. 

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

◎ We add more countries based on demand so please do sign up to our newsletter in the footer.

◎ Due to the new VAT collection changes as a result of Brexit we can no longer offer shipping to the UK.

Customer Reviews

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Quandong and Anise myrtle tea

I am really enjoying this tea. I love quandong but jam is too sweet for me so enjoying the lovely quandong flavour with just a hint of aniseed.

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I tried the wild chai latte, Native Mint and Ant , Strawberry Gum and Elderflower, Quandong and Anise Myrtle Teas.

The chai is very different to a normal chai latte, but it is really nice. Very mild sweet and floral flavours. I think i would prefer it not to have milk powder in it as i like to add oat milk, but this isn’t bad just my preference.
The Mint and Ant tea is the best, such a wonderful soft mint flavour, it's almost like a Moroccan mint. I will buy this one again and again and again.
Strawberry gum and elderflower is also very lovely, naturally sweet tea and I am really enjoying it as something quite unique from other teas i drink.
The Quandong and anise is my least favourite. I actually couldn’t get through my first cup of it. The aroma and first taste is not something i like, which is strange because the after taste is quite lovely. But I couldn’t seem to get past the first taste. I probably got through about half a cup before i gave up. I have now tried a second cup which I was careful not to overbrew. With the milder flavours caused by a shorter brew I am enjoying the tea. It still has a slight smell which for me is a little off putting but the flavour is definitely drinkable and actually quite lovely.

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K.B.
Quandong and Anise myrtle tea

I am really enjoying this tea. I love quandong but jam is too sweet for me so enjoying the lovely quandong flavour with just a hint of aniseed.

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m.b.
4 tea review

I tried the wild chai latte, Native Mint and Ant , Strawberry Gum and Elderflower, Quandong and Anise Myrtle Teas.

The chai is very different to a normal chai latte, but it is really nice. Very mild sweet and floral flavours. I think i would prefer it not to have milk powder in it as i like to add oat milk, but this isn’t bad just my preference.
The Mint and Ant tea is the best, such a wonderful soft mint flavour, it's almost like a Moroccan mint. I will buy this one again and again and again.
Strawberry gum and elderflower is also very lovely, naturally sweet tea and I am really enjoying it as something quite unique from other teas i drink.
The Quandong and anise is my least favourite. I actually couldn’t get through my first cup of it. The aroma and first taste is not something i like, which is strange because the after taste is quite lovely. But I couldn’t seem to get past the first taste. I probably got through about half a cup before i gave up. I have now tried a second cup which I was careful not to overbrew. With the milder flavours caused by a shorter brew I am enjoying the tea. It still has a slight smell which for me is a little off putting but the flavour is definitely drinkable and actually quite lovely.

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