Quality: 13cm - Size S - 25 to 30% humidity - Long traditional maturing.
Origin - Plantations : SAVA - Sambava, Antalaha, Vohémar, Andapa
Packaging : Resealable bag of 2 vanilla beans
A delicious vanilla in mini format with its 13 cm. Bourbon vanilla from Madagascar is an exceptional vanilla that develops a superb aromatic palette. Test it by simply buying two beans and compare its flavours with those of the other vanillas in my shop.
"Two Bourbon Gold vanilla beans to discover an exceptional product
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Bourbon vanilla necessarily comes from the Indian Ocean. It is a specific appellation that only Madagascar, Seychelles, Comoros, Reunion Island and Mauritius can use. My Bourbon Gold vanilla is grown in Madagascar, and more precisely in the northeast of the island, in the Sava region where we find the districts of Andapa, Antalaha, Sambava and Vohemar. It is the leading vanilla-producing region. This is justified by real know-how and optimal climatic and agronomic conditions for a vanilla plantation. The vanilla tree, this species of orchid, thrives here, benefiting from sun and shade and ideal humidity for it to blossom and provide delicious vanilla beans. I have chosen this time to offer you a Bourbon Gold vanilla bean size S of 13 cm to discover all the exquisite flavours of this product. It develops cocoa and fruity notes thanks to a long maturing process, a crucial step that has a strong impact on the aromatic palette of vanilla.
At David Vanille, several formats are available for your vanilla. Here, I have chosen to sell you two vanilla beans. Why are you doing this? Simply because I am an absolute fan of vanilla and I find it extraordinary, but that does not mean that it is the Bourbon Gold that you will prefer. It is better to buy two beans of several vanillas, ideally at the same time, so that you can compare their sweet smell when you open the bag. With two 13 cm Bourbon Gold vanilla beans from Madagascar, you are taking no chances.
With Madagascar vanilla, there are no limits to creation in the kitchen. What's great about this spice is its ability to adapt equally well to sweet and savoury flavours. It is often loved in custard, crème anglaise, crème brûlée, homemade vanilla ice cream, homemade yoghurts, etc. Of course, vanilla can be used in all your cakes, especially those with exotic flavours such as mango, pineapple and coconut. But a good split or infused vanilla bean can also find its place in your savoury dishes. It brings a bit of sweetness and exoticism for an incredible taste journey during a meal.