Dja-Wonmuruk ("Yes Tea" in Dja Dja Wurrung language) is handmade with love from the East Kulin Nation in Central West Victoria, Australia.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land, the Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung Peoples, on which we live and work - and pay our respects to the elders both past and present of the lands that our product travels across during its journey. We honour, respect, and celebrate the spiritual, cultural, and customary connections of Traditional Owners to Country, and respect and celebrate the biodiversity that forms part of that Country.
Wawa, I'm Sharlee. This is my Giyakiki Wonmuruk.
womin-dji-ka dja wonmuruk!
Hello. Welcome to yes tea!
My name is Sharlee.
This is my tea story.
" ... I want to be able to preserve the traditional knowledge and bush tucker handed to me by elders in my community, djuwima djandaki: to show the benefits of our country and share it with you." ㅤ
a true-brew good time
"Have just had my first cuppa from Sharlee's Strawberry Gum, Lemon Myrtle and Ginger Wonmuruk. So good! Much better than the commercial lemon ginger flavours available at the super markets. Thank you Sharlee".
enliven the murrup (spirit)
"Such a good tea to enliven the spirit! I love it for an afternoon pick me up." - Sherona Parkinson, Humble Sampler
fresh, light, fragrant and tasty
"All these teas are insanely delicious. Fresh, light, fragrant and tasty. Absolutely fav is the Mountain Pepper Spicy Chai, I think I'm addicted"