This creamy white chocolate infused with Indigenous ingredients is made on Bunurong/Boon Wurrung country (Mornington Peninsula, Victoria).
Jala Jala Chocolate is a bar of creamy white chocolate infused with Indigenous ingredients. Jala Jala’s chocolates carefully balance the smooth joy of high-quality cocoa butter with the lively pleasures of Australian bush flavours.
Lemon Myrtle White Chocolate is aromatic and floral, with light citrus notes and a gentle yet sparky finish.
Davidson Plum White Chocolate showcases the powerful sourness of this flavourful native fruit, with pretty purple flecks showing through in the bar.
A little history of Jala Jala
Owner and creator Sharon Brindley is a Yamatji/Noongar woman living on Bunurong/Boon Wurrung country (the Mornington Peninsula), where she is also the proud owner of Cooee Cafe, the only Indigenous cafe in the region. In 2020, Sharon launched Jala Jala Treats with exquisite white chocolates infused with native flavours. Sharon is passionate about promoting these true flavours of Australia and awakening people both local and international to their flavours and health properties. “I like to showcase the incredible qualities of native plants,” says Sharon. In her Wajarri language, Jala Jala means ‘very good. “I’ve created delicious treats to go with the name,” she says.