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Rural Industries Research and

Development Corporation

Australian native flavour wheel  

Sensory vocabulary for describing the aroma and flavour of native plant food products 


Rural Industries Research and

Development Corporation

Sensory descriptions for a selection of commercial 

native fruits, berries, herbs, seeds and spices 

Fruits and berries 

Davidson plum (Davidsonia jerseyana

An earthy aroma like fresh beetroot with a slight 

pickled note. 

Davidson plum (Davidsonia pruriens

Aroma of rosella jam and stewed rhubarb; some 

musk and lolly notes. 

Desert lime (Citrus glauca

A brown lime citrus aroma with some pickled notes, 

stewed fruit and cut grass. 

Finger lime (Citrus australasica

Aroma of fresh zesty citrus with a hint of cooked 

citrus. 


Kakadu plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana

Aroma of stewed apples and pears; some cooked 

citrus, pickled and fermented notes. 

Lemon aspen (Acronychia acidula

A fresh citrus aroma, conifer leafs and some 

chemical notes. 

Muntries (Kunzia pomifera

Aroma of moist fruit mince, spice, bush honey 

and butter. 

Quandong (Santaluum acuminatum

Aroma of dry lentils; some earthy and fermented 

notes. 


Riberry (Syzygium leuhmanii

A sweet, spiced tea aroma with musk, bush honey 

and resinous notes. 

Herb, spice or seed 

Anise myrtle (Syzygium anisatum

Aroma of aniseed, menthol and herbs. 

Lemon myrtle (Backhousia citriodora

A lemon lolly aroma, perfumed with some 

menthol notes. 

Cut leaf mint (Prostanthera incisa

A herbal aroma, bush scrub and menthol. 

Bush tomato or ‘Kutjera’ (Solanum centrale

The savoury caramelised aroma of carob; some 

cereal notes. 

Tasmanian pepper berry (Tasmannia lanceolata

Aroma of bush scrub with perfumed, fruity lolly 

notes.  Lingering heat on the palate. 

Tasmanian pepper leaf (Tasmannia lanceolata

Aroma of Australian bushland, dry paperbark and 

herbs.  Developing heat on the palate. 

Wattle seed (Acacia victoriae

Aroma of toasted coffee grounds, sweet spice, raisin 

and chocolate. 

For recipes, fact sheets, supplier details and 

more information on native ingredients vist 

www.anfil.org.au 

For more information contact the Department of 

Employment, Economic Development and Innovation 

on 


13 25 23 

or visit 



www.deedi.qld.gov.au 

© The State of Queensland, Department of Employment, 



Economic Development and Innovation, 2010. 


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