Mallee Spreads and Jams

//Mallee Spreads and Jams

Mallee Spreads and Jams

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Includes Lillipilli, Davidson’s Plum, Desert Lime & Quandong Spreads.
Perfect as a way of sampling some of Australia’s native flavours. Also, makes a great gift or souvenir.


Desert Lime Spread is a tart marmalade style spread. Great on your morning toast.


Davidsons Plum Spread is a tart marmalade style spread. Great on your morning toast.


Quandong Fruit Spread is a rich peachy / apricot flavour. Great on scones with cream or wherever you use jam.

Lillipilli Fruit Spread is also known as Riberry; the flavour is similar to boysenberry with hints of ginger. Great on scones with cream or wherever you use jam.

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Description

Mallee Spreads and Jams

Mallee Taster – 4 Pack
Net Weight: 4×40 gms
Packaging 4 Glass Jars nicely packed in Gift pack.

Desert Lime Spread
Net Weight: 170 gms
Packaging Glass Jar

Davidsons Plum Spread
Net Weight: 170 gms
Packaging Glass Jar

Quandong Fruit Spread
Net Weight: 170 gms
Packaging Glass Jar

Lillipilli Fruit Spread
Net Weight: 170 gms
Packaging Glass Jar Lillipilli Fruit Spread

Product of Australia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the locality in Australia, see Quandong, Victoria.

Quandong, quandong or quondong, is a common name for the species Santalum acuminatum (desert, sweet, Western quandong), especially its edible fruit.

Santalum acuminatum, the desert quandong, is a hemiparasitic plant in the Sandalwood family Santalaceae, widely dispersed throughout the central deserts and southern areas of Australia. The species, especially its fruit, is also referred to as quandong or native peach. The use of the fruit as an exotic flavouring, one of the best-known bushfoods, has led to the attempted domestication of the species.

The fruit, containing vitamin C, and the kernel of the nut, containing complex oils, were used by the peoples in whose countries the species occurred. Antibacterial qualities are present in the wood of this, and all the Santalum spp., especially in the roots. A known application of the extract was to heal ailments of the skin.

[21] The commercial production of cogenor Santalum spicatum is more advanced than this species, although research is being undertaken into the marketing of these medicinal substances.[21]

The seed is very high inflammable oils, like a candlenut so that it can be burnt as an illuminant. The wood is also oily, useful for starting a fire as a friction stick.

 

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Davidsons Plum Spread, Desert Lime Spread, Lillipilli Spread, Quandong Fruit Spread, Tester Pack

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