What started as a wild idea between Tasmanian wasabi pioneer Ian Farquhar and cheese
maker Jane Bennett has led to one of the most popular and well-known cheese products
in the Australian dairy industry.
The cheese is a hand-crafted cheddar-style cheese with a firm texture. The flavour
is beautifully balanced with a subtle background of Shima Wasabi’s wasabi spice and
it partners well with most crackers and anti pasto, melted into mashed potatoes and
to accompany sushi.
When Alison Hookey from Tasman’s Harvest first spoke to us about wasabi-infused black
cherries we have to admit to being a bit sceptical.
Having now consumed quite a few jars of these incredible black gems we have to admit
they’re possibly the most decadent and stunning food we’ve ever eaten!
The rich black Tasmanian cherries are luscious on their own but the wasabi-infused
syrup which accompanies them is out of this world.
If you spoil yourself with just one food luxury this year, make it Tasman’s Harvest
We’re currently working with spice merchants and food manufacturers throughout Australia,
Asia, North America and Europe developing new products featuring authentic wasabi
as an attention-grabbing ingredient, so stay tuned for more exciting releases.
If you have an existing food product or a great idea in mind for a new product needing
some wasabi wow, give us a call or email - we'll be happy
to help if we can.
Below are just some of the delicious products manufactured by gourmet food companies
around Australia utilising our versatile fresh wasabi and dried wasabi spices as
the signature flavour ingredient. If you thought wasabi was just for sushi then
you really need to try some of these…