I've tried both their Green Tomato Pickle and Red Onion Marmalade and both of these products made my sandwiches something to write home about. Neither of these were ridiculously sweet which is my standard complaint with many condiments.
The Green Tomato Pickle is packed with chunks of real tomato and has a slight peppery taste, which really compliments the natural sweetness of the spread. It also has a slight tartness which I loved. The Red Onion Marmalade is also nicely balanced and let you add a bit of onion to your meal without suffering onion breath afterwards. It's sweeter than the Green Tomato Pickle, but again it's a sweetness distinctly associated with onions, rather than being just randomly sugary. I've served this up with steak which worked brilliantly.
Both of these products have won bronze-medals at the Hobart Food Awards, which I understood after taking my first mouthful. The Bramble Patch initially started out as a berry supplier but has grown over the years to create over 60 other gourmet delights including jams, sauces, jellies, marmalades, coulis, chutneys, pickles, relishes, pastes, vinegars and what does really excite me- fortified wines.
While I haven't been out there yet, you can visit The Bramble Patch in picturesque Stanthorpe for a coffee and a sweet treat from their decadent-sounding "dessertery".
Website: The Bramble Patch