Please give us your elevator pitch:

TASTEOLOGY is where culinary exploration meets conscious minimalist design.

What problem is your business solving?

Our products don’t only taste good, they look great in your kitchen as well, so instead of hiding your spices and condiments away in a cupboard you can keep these out as part of your decor. Australian made.

Tell us three unique things about your business:

  • Our Rock Salt is ethically harvested from the Great Barrier Reef
  • The production processes used to grow, harvest and refine our Cane Sugar is certified sustainable – the biproducts of the milling of the sugar cane is used as fuel to power the mill and the impurities removed during the refining process are recycled back to the fields as fertilizer.
  • Our products are made here in Australia

What can attendees expect to see from you at TCS?

We will be bringing our full range and will also have some beautiful gift pack specials.

Can you tell us a little about your background and where the inspiration came from for your business?

TASTEOLOGY is a small family affair, created by Nigel Burke & Sara Lundgren. Nigel has always had a passion for cooking and can usually be found in the kitchen, experimenting with new flavours and culinary combinations. Coming from a homewares background, Sara has a strong creative eye, and loves working with packaging and typography. By combining these passions, TASTEOLOGY was born.

TASTEOLOGY is created with the everyday chef in mind, we want to give you the tools and flavours you need to keep creating in the kitchen. We also encourage everyday luxury, we believe in transforming everyday items to something special. Instead of hiding your spice bottles in the cupboard we encourage you to bring them out, make them a part of your décor.

We don’t take shortcuts when it comes to materials or ingredients, it is important to us that each and every product we make is made from the best possible ingredients. We like to use locally sourced ingredients, and love supporting small producers and growers.

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