The two super fruits of the Australian Native Food Industry. Finger Lime and Davidson plum. We blend freeze dried fruits with premium dried natives to create the perfect fruity brew. Save 10% when you buy them together!
◎ Serving Size (25g): Approximately 15-20 small cups of tea.
◎ Serving Size (50g): Approximately 40 small cups of tea. Cannister size - 115mm (h) x 75mm (Ø).
◎ Shelf Life: 12 months
◎ Requirements: You will need a strainer or tea pot and the Davidson plum may cloy a little in the strainer.
All of our teas are hand-blended with freshly ground products to ensure a perfect balance of Native Australian flavours.
Finger Lime & Native Mint
Finger Limes (Fingerlime) from our friends in Byron Bay and Native Mint/River Mint is grown in South Australia, handpicked and dried.
◎ Taste profile: This herbal tea is the perfect minty, citrus morning mug.
Learn more about Finger Lime and Wild Mint.
Davidson Plum & Lemon Myrtle
Davidson Plum wild harvested and farmed in the rainforests of Northern New South Wales and Lemon Myrtle wild harvested from the Flinders Ranges. This is loose leaf caffeine-free tea made from premium dried herbs and fruits.
◎ Taste profile:This tea has hints of stewed rhubarb, citrus and has a beautiful pink colour when brewed
Learn more about Davidson Plum and Lemon Myrtle.
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.
In our efforts to be zero waste and plastic free, and with the changes to recycling in Australia, we will be phasing out all bags that you purchase. For now you may receive your spices, teas and home products in either black, white or clear plastic, and once that is all gone our amazing new compostable plant-based packaging will be what you will receive products in.
Thanks for your patience and understanding whilst we endeavour to tread lightly on your yarta.