Forget the supermarket aisle and hit this wholesome organic isle instead.
It’s where food is grown under crisp, blue skies, spritzed with with Antarctic rains and cleansed by the freshest air in the world.
Tasmania is a real foodies paradise. It’s been a low-key foodie revolution that’s now enticing travellers from all over the world to get on down and let their tastebuds lead the way.
While a vacation to Tassie is all about exploring amazing wilderness, pristine rainforests, waterfalls and getting up close with bad tempered devils, Tassie has huge fresh produce and farm-gate tasting routes from Hobart to Launceston. These tasty routes will take you through award winning cool climate vineyards, distilleries and boutique beer breweries.
You can spend your day dining on oysters at any number of farms, salmon, abalone, truffles, berries, ice cream, pastries and the local Tassie favourite, scallop pies. These are must try yummy down under consumables however many don’t travel home too well if at all.
If you’re like me you’ll likely want to pick up some great packages or boxed goods for loved ones back home.
You can either pick up local artisan products along your travels or purchase online so you don’t have to weigh yourself down or continue your travels with tempting treats. They make great gifts and it’s nice to take a little taste of Tassie home with you.
Some Tassie products can be purchased at each individual business such as the gourmetsauce.com.au, tastruffles.com.au or for more choice hit up tasmaniangourmetfoods.com.au/product. Many vineyards will cases of mixed grape variety wines to your doorstep which is sure to put a smile on your dial when you return home. The Bridestowe Lavender Farm has a plethora of goodies for you to bag too.
You can also sign up here and get access to not just Tasmania’s shopping aisle but for extensive access to Australia’s best organic products: www.innerorigin.com/advocate/ethecoglobal Referral: 207763