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In the first-ever product launch enabled by OzHarvest Ventures, 100 percent First Nations-owned Kakadu Kitchen has released the new Conscious Drink.

Crafted by a purpose-driven team including Ben Tyler of Kakadu Kitchen and Tim Triggs of ALTD Spirits, alongside Australia’s leading food rescue organisation OzHarvest, founded by Ronni Kahn AO, the drink celebrates the beauty of natural rescued and foraged Australian fruits and botanicals through a premium bespoke alcohol-free blend.

The Conscious Drink offers social impact, diverting beautiful blueberries from ending up as landfill, while supporting First Nations in the Australian bush food industry, and Kakadu’s emerging Bininj artist Trentin Rasmussen for his front label artwork. 

The delicious new drink encourages consumers to make more conscious purchases, addressing food waste, sustainability and ethical sourcing of bush foods with every purchase. 

Proceeds from each bottle will help feed two people in need via OzHarvest and every case sold will enable one edible native seedling to be planted in remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory via Kakadu Kitchen. 

Tasting notes: skilfully blended with fresh fruit purity of blueberry flavours, framed by aromatic native lemongrass, warm native pepper berry spices, and expertly balanced with salt bush and acidity – to produce a deliciously refreshing lightly sparkling beverage for the mindful and meaningful drinker. Enjoy chilled for all occasions of celebrating. 

Buy online: 

RRP $30 

Before the OzHarvest collaboration, Kakadu Kitchen x ALTD Spirits launched An-marabula Bellini in late 2022, the first of a range of six alcohol-free native cocktail RTDs to be completed by 2024. 

Available are: An-marabula Native Peach Bellini and Kaboh Green Ant G&T. The nNext drink is Djilidjili Native Cane Mojito available April/May 2024. 

Buy online $32 (4-pack): 

Visiting Kakadu on the full moon? DIRD Kakadu Full Moon Feast is a unique Indigenous fine dining seasonal bush food experience on Murumburr Country. It’s a special collaboration between Kakadu Tourism and Kakadu Kitchen, hosted by Creative Director Ben Tyler, founder at Kakadu Kitchen, and Executive Chef Philip Foote of Mimi’s Restaurant at Cooinda Lodge Kakadu. 

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