Australian Native tea blending Masterclass with Warndu's Rebecca
Come and join Rebecca Sullivan, co-founder of Warndu, for an online Australian Native tea blending session. Rebecca Sullivan is co-founder of Warndu and creator of over ten Australian native tea blends, an author, a Yale World Fellow, has a sustainability Masters and loves a good cup of tea! This experience includes a native tea blending kit, tasting and you will make your own blend of tea using beautiful bush botanicals.
Warndu is an Indigenous owned company operating out of Ngadjuri Country in Clare South Australia.
In the comfort of your own home, online via the Zoom link
What to expect
Warndu means good in the Adnyamathanha language. Our mission is to regenerate culture, community, tradition, health and our soils. Every product we make includes one or more Australian Native ingredients. We have been working to get sustainably sourced native ingredients from our great land into your pantry since 2014.
Please note Wandu is Aboriginal owned and this experience is hosted by Rebecca who is non-Indigenous.
Warndu products are all made in Australia from 100% locally sourced, seasonal and wild harvested produce.
What is included
- 90 minutes session (1.5 Hours)
- Posted tracked post - Native ingredients for tasting and blending and Free Warndu Gift
- 15% discount code to buy from Warndu
- Tea Blending Guide
- Access to Warndu's Native Food App
Participants will need to bring:
- Computer/Zoom link.
Includes a native tea blending kit which is posted out. Please note end sale dates.
Online in the Zoom meeting room. Zoom Meeting details and password will be provided via email 2 days prior to the event. Any questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What to bring
Audio Internet Phone or laptop Questions
YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER
Warndu was founded in 2016 by Damien Coulthard, Rebecca Sullivan and Siobhan O'Toole and is an Indigenous owned company from South Australia.
Damien is from Adnyamathanha Country. He grew up in Quorn and Nepabunna South Australia, and is very connected to his heritage and culture. Damien explains ""We must develop a new co-culture approach to the future, drawing on the oldest continuous civilisation in the world and building to the resilience of a multicultural Australia."" Rebecca Sullivan is a self-taught cook and has worked with some of the world’s best food producers, academics, activists, and chefs.
Warndu means good in the Adnyamathanha language, from the Flinders Ranges country in South Australia. Their mission is to regenerate culture, community, tradition, health and our soils.
Warndu Education can be delivered in person or online. It is a conversation with educators (Damien and Margie) discussing our shared history, tasting native ingredients and learning about Damien’s connection to Country while celebrating the diversity of Aboriginal Australia’s culture and history.
It is important to note all experiences can be personalised for each organisation to meet desired outcomes. Warndu supports organisations who aspire to collaborate and work in partnership with diverse Aboriginal Nations and achieve key objectives in their Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).