AUTHOR JOANNE SHUMACK / CATEGORY WHATS NEW / PUBLISHED: JUN-02-2022
Being able to combine our dedication for sustainability with our love for our country has been such a fulfilling experience and one that we're immensely proud of.
Inspired by the wonderful place we call home, the newest collection to be added to the Mojo family remains true to our core values. Handpoured into reclaimed flat bottom wine vessels they continue to champion our passion in reclaiming and reusing glass waste. A trait that Mojo has become renowned for in its 6 years of operation.
Extending on from this, the focus on Native Australian fragrances celebrates our love for our wonderful country that we feel so blessed to be able to call home. Being able to combine our dedication for sustainability with our love for our country has been such a fulfilling experience and one that we're immensely proud of.
With 4 heartwarming and nostalgic scents including Kakadu Plum, Wildflowers, Mimosa Wattle & Bottlebrush the collection has become reminiscent of family camping trips, warm, sunny bushwalks and picnics spent catching up with friends.
In this collection we opted to move away from our natural looking labels and chose an injection of colour reflective of the Australian Bush scents each one ties back with. The rustic cork stopper too was chosen to represent the resilience of our native bush despite the floods, bushfires and droughts that it continues to endure.
We have truly loved each step of the process creating this collection and hope that our appreciation for our country and all that its natural beauty has to offer shines through so that you too can enjoy it equally as much.
You can find these new creations through our online store, at our studio in Moss Vale and through many of our stockists Australia Wide.
We'd like to take this opportunity to acknowledge our first nations people and the special relationship and connection they have with the land and our native plant life. For thousands of years Indigenous people have utilised our wildly diverse native flora for food and medicinal purposes and we deeply admire their strong understanding and enormous wealth of knowledge that they have for our land and the Australian bush.