Quality: 13-15cm - Size M - 35 to 40% humidity - Long traditional maturing.
Origin - Plantations : French Polynesia, Tahaa Island, Raiatea and Huahiné.
Packaging : Resealable bag.
With this Black Pearl vanilla from Tahiti, you will discover new flavours. Different from Bourbon vanilla, it will titillate your taste buds with its biscuity flavors and its sensual and feminine notes.
"Luxury is within reach with these 6 Tahitian Black Pearl vanilla beans
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By choosing to order my Black Pearl vanilla from Tahiti, you are taking a one-way trip to French Polynesia. It is a real taste journey that I offer you, if you don't take you in my suitcases to visit this magnificent archipelago in the Pacific. Polynesia is known for its exceptional landscapes. Breathtaking lagoons, lush nature, incredible beaches where time stands still, fabulous scuba diving spots, it is difficult not to fall under the spell of this overseas territory. If nature offers us a show full of magic, it also offers us magnificent products. Tahitian Black Pearl vanilla is a rare product which, in terms of taste and smell, has nothing to envy other vanillas produced in the world. I have found, to my taste, the best Tahitian vanilla from producers located on the islands of Tahaa, Raiatea and Huaniné. These sumptuous areas offer a very favourable ground for the cultivation of vanilla, which flourishes there to develop all its flavours.
The vanilla I have selected has a moisture content of 35 to 40%. A shorter ripening period, but an exceptional taste for this Black Pearl de Tahiti vanilla. Here, we discover notes of speculoos and gingerbread, aniseed and gourmand notes, at once sensual, sweet and feminine. It is difficult not to fall under the spell of this exceptional vanilla. I am proud to have found here a great vintage of vanilla appreciated by the greatest chefs and pastry chefs. Personalities such as Guy Savoy have been won over by the quality of this luxury product. My vanilla has been recognized by the French culinary college for several years.
In Tahiti, they grow two kinds of vanilla trees, this species of orchid. These include Vanilla Planifolia and Vanilla Tahitensis. The cultivation of vanilla is complex, producing quality vanilla requires mastery and patience. When it is planted, the vanilla plant only flowers after 3 years. Then, the flower must be pollinated to obtain, many months later, magnificent vanilla beans. After being picked, they follow a complex process until they are refined to determine their moisture content and flavour. When you receive your vanilla from Tahiti, it is important to store it well. I advise you to place it in an airtight container away from the light to preserve all its flavors.
Taste the Black Pearl vanilla 13-15 cm from Tahiti and you'll adopt it. You won't be able to resist its subtle taste that will revolutionize your kitchen. Naturally, it will find its place in all your desserts, whether you like ice cream, cakes, pies, creams or homemade yoghurts. This vanilla can perfectly come to flavor an arranged rum to make your guests discover a unique preparation. More surprising in a country such as ours where sweet and sour has not yet found its perfect place: vanilla fits perfectly into savoury dishes. Imagine it for a moment in a delicious coconut chicken or with a fish in vanilla white butter. Can you resist the temptation?
I suggest you order 10 vanilla beans, an intermediate quantity which allows you to order the strict necessary to always have a few beans ahead of time in case you have an irrepressible desire for a vanilla dish. This exceptional vanilla is also available on my online vanilla shop by one, two or twelve beans.