Main notes: Spicy, Musky, Wild.
Aromatic : Get off the beaten track.
Quality: Wild Vanilla 10-13cm - Size S - Gourmet Tahitensis Vanilla refined to 20-25% moisture (semi-dry).
Origin - Plantations : Papua.
Packaging: Resealable bag.
With these 40 vanilla pods, the greatest cooks and pastry chefs will bring a very nice added value to their recipes. Fragrant and spicy beans that will not fail to seduce the palate of the most discerning customers
"40 quality Papua New Guinea vanilla beans at an unbeatable price."
Warning: Last items in stock!
Availability date: 10/21/2019
Vanilla is produced in different countries around the world. Ideally, it is cultivated in countries with a latitude between 10 and 20°, north or south of the equator. This is why vanilla trees, this species of orchid, can be found in countries such as Madagascar, Reunion Island, the Seychelles, Tahiti, Papua New Guinea, Mauritius and Mexico. The vanilla produced in the Indian Ocean is the Bourbon vanilla. In Papua, vanilla cannot obtain this appellation. Less popular, this product is nevertheless a truly exceptional product that deserves to be known by consumers. Here, vanilla Tahitensis is grown, a hybrid species between vanilla Planifolia and a kind of vanilla odorata. The particularity of Papua New Guinea vanilla is that it has spicy and musky notes tending towards leather and liquorice.
If all the stages of vanilla production are important, there is one that should not be missed: the refining. This last stage of vanilla cultivation consists of placing the beans in wooden trunks. A person, known as a "checker", comes to make sure that no pods get mouldy on a regular basis. If this is the case, it is immediately removed to preserve the others. The ripening time will determine the nature of the vanilla and its moisture content. My Papua Tahitensis vanilla 10-13 cm has a moisture content of 20-25%. It is then said to be semi-dry. It has therefore been matured for a long time to allow it to develop all its flavours and aromas.
Available in 2, 10, 20 and 40 beans, my Papua New Guinea vanilla is for all vanilla consumers. While the smallest quantities are perfect for individuals, my batch of 40 beans is particularly aimed at professionals. My vanilla is now recognized by the Culinary College of France. It is the result of a long work as a vanilla researcher. Because I do not position myself as a trader, but as a passionate person who travels the world to find the best vanilla and the most beautiful spices. A real trader can sell different products, I can only sell what I like and only products that I am sure will meet all your expectations. My batch of 40 vanilla beans is perfect for great chefs and pastry chefs who use vanilla in many sweet and savoury recipes.