With the main ingredient being apple, this was originally called Apple Isle Chutney. It has become very popular and what people imagine when they think of chutney, thus its new name. Try it with a ploughman’s lunch or any cold meats.
Available in 270g jars.
TassieTasteBuds has been based in Woodbridge since 2007 and is operated by Ann, who has many years of experience working in the catering industry and as a restauranteur. Ann lives at Woodbridge and all Tassie Taste Bud products are made on-site in a purpose built premises. All products are based on what is able to be sourced locally. Anne loves to ‘raid’ people’s gardens for their excess produce. She started off with a large range of products, gradually condensing them down to those that are most popular. Tassie Taste Bud’s range include jams, jellies, fruit pastes, chutneys as well as some not so usual products like pickled walnuts and horseradish mustard.
Ann grows many food items herself, with all the rhubarb and horseradish in her products coming from her garden. Fruit from her thornless blackberries and mountain pepper bushes go into her products and plums come from the neighbour’s garden. Pears, apples and quinces are sourced from local orchards. Pinot noir grapes come from Meadowbank and peaches, beetroot, onion are all Tasmanian grown.