Chicory Kiln, Bacchus Marsh

Julie Begg

Drysdale, Australia

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The Chicory Kiln, situated in Tavener Street, Bacchus Marsh was constructed in 1885. The Kiln was used to roast chicory roots which were then ground and used as a coffee additive.

The advertisement seen here “Dr.Morse’s Indian Root Pills”, was claimed by the manufacturer to contain ingredients which would “cleanse the blood”.

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