Using proprietary propagation and processing techniques on Australia’s east coast, our superior quality lemon myrtle and anise myrtle dried leaf is popular among Australian and international markets for its uniquely Australian taste.
These versatile native Australian flavours can be used as a substitute for lemon, lime, or lemongrass flavouring, added to sweet and savoury recipes, infused in hot or cold herbal teas, blended into a savoury spice rub, sprinkled on top of desserts, or added as a key botanical in distilled spirits.
Both lemon myrtle and anise myrtle dried leaf is available in 6mm, 2mm, and 1.6mm to suit a wide variety of applications.
Get in touch with our friendly Sales team to determine which cut size will work best for you.
Our pure essential oils are steam distilled on our plantations using lemon myrtle or anise myrtle leaves and stems. These superbly fragrant oils are a key ingredient in luxurious cosmetic, personal care, aromatherapy, and home fragrance products.
Lemon myrtle essential oil is the richest natural known source of citral, a powerful antioxidant that boasts a range of health benefits.
Combining its fresh citrus fragrance with natural antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antifungal properties, lemon myrtle is a much sought-after ingredient for use in household cleaning products, disinfectants, aroma diffusers, and hand sanitisers.
Hydrosol is the aromatic water produced during the distilling process of the myrtle’s leaves and stems.
The invigorating aroma of lemon myrtle floral water makes it a superb ingredient for indulgent perfumes, toners, soaps, hand sanitisers, body lotions, haircare, home fragrance, and household cleaning products.
Lemon myrtle hydrosol offers a gentler, less potent version of the health and functional benefits that are present in the pure essential oil, allowing for a milder aroma when used with other fragrances. Anise myrtle hydrosol provides a way for brands to utilise its unique, sweet aniseed aroma without overpowering other scents.
Microfibre is produced by distilling the plant’s stems and drying the remaining product, before milling to a fine grade that is suitable for cosmetic and personal care products.
Utilising this material is an important part of our sustainable, zero-waste approach to farming. Microfibre provides a natural, biodegradable alternative to traditional abrasives typically seen in cosmetic and personal care products such as body scrubs, soaps, and body wash.
With a mild scent, this product is suitable for unscented products, or those that have other fragrances added to them.