Salumi Australia The Native Salami 240g
Aniseed Myrtle & Mountain Pepper
A true testament to our brand ethos, this salami merges Italian tradition with Australian ingredients. This unique salami is made using indigenous ingredients like aniseed myrtle (locally grown in the Byron region, Bundjalung country) and Tasmanian mountain pepper.
The resulting flavour is fragrant and peppery, making for an ideal addition to your next grazing board. Serve it hand sliced to 4mm thickness and alongside a botanical gin.
Certified Free Range Australian Pork
Endorsed by Coeliac Australia - Gluten Free
Ingredients: free range australian pork (97%), sea salt, red wine, dextrose, aniseed myrtle & mountain pepper (1%), black pepper, ascorbic acid, garlic, preservative (250), starter culture.
Made in Australia from at least 99% Australian ingredients with Australian pork.
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