Freshfield Grove

Tales of Tasmanian Adventures in Olive Oil

Tasmanian olive leaf tea with confit baby fennel

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I like to think I’m a pretty good cook, but some people take cooking to a whole new level! And Petra’s photos put my attempts at food photography to shame… Have a read of this mouthwatering post to see a genius idea to incorporate my very own olive leaf tea into an amazing dish. A taste of Tasmanian adventure indeed 🙂

And it’s well worth taking the time to check out some of her other posts too, they’re packed full of inspiring ideas.

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One of the best things I have found about blogging is that it is so easy to connect with other bloggers all over the world.

I came across this blog Freshfield Grove, Tales of Tasmanian Adventures in Olive Oil. I have never heard of Tasmanian olive oil, perhaps not so strange as the UK is far, far away but it looks amazing.

Something that in particular caught my eye was olive leaf tea. Despite using olive oil I had never heard of this either and I got in touch to learn more. As a result I was sent a sample of the tea, it came with instructions and as a tea lover I couldn’t wait to try it.

The tea leafs

olive leaf tea

The first thing I did was a cup of tea.

olive leaf tea

I poured it and let it brew for 3-4 minutes.

olive lead tea

I have never tasted tea like it, it…

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Author: FarmerFi

I'm a British doctor who married an Aussie, moved to Tasmania, and bought an olive grove. Now making extra virgin olive oil and olive leaf tea. I'd love you to join my adventures in the beautiful setting of Southern Tasmania.

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