Anise Myrtle - Syzygium anisatum
In its natural environment, Anise Myrtle grows in the rainforests of the Bellingen & Nambucca river valleys in north-eastern NSW. Anise myrtle gets its name from the distinctive aniseed-like flavor and aroma of its leaves, which are used for culinary and medicinal purposes.
If you are a lover of black jelly beans this sweet liquorice flavour is for you.
Desserts, sweet sauces and preserves, fish, pork, ice cream and drinks. Traditionally Aboriginal people used it medicinally as a digestive aid or tonic for a vitalising effect.
Also available in 10g tubes