Open a packet of handmade Irrewarra biscuits and take in the aromas of golden syrup, coconut and rolled oats.
Australians love biscuits and the quintessential Aussie biscuit is ‘The Anzac’. The Anzac biscuit gained its name when wives, girlfriends and women’s groups baked biscuits to send to soldiers abroad during World War I. The recipe was based on the Scottish oat biscuit, but it soon became uniquely Australian. Irrewarra started baking Anzac biscuits for sale in our café in 2004. We later added a chocolate version and a variety with Australian macadamia nuts. They were so popular that we decided to package them up and sell beyond the café. What makes our biscuits so unique and addictive? - they’re super-crunchy, buttery and hand-made and hand-baked weekly.