A tribe of traditional aborigines preparing for a ceremonial dance. Their bodies are painted with white and ochre pigments and decorated with feathers and animal skins.
Where they live in inland Australia the earth is red, when they dance the corroboree the dust that flies is red.
The seeds and nuts used in the dry spice blend are some of the traditional Aboriginal foods. The spice is red coloured hence the name corroboree dust.
The ingredients used to create this spice are all natural products, GMO free with with no chemical additives.
They include native pepperleaf, Kurrajong seeds, garlic and conventional spices.
Corroboree dust gives an added flavour dimension and is especially good with red meats.