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Vanilla Beans - PNG Tahitian - GRADE A - Various Sizes--OUT OF STOCK



 
The term 'plain vanilla' certainly does not apply to the vanilla bean. After using real vanilla beans, it is easy to understand how this spice has become the cornerstone of pastry and baking. Vanilla beans are the most costly form of vanilla flavouring, but are without question the best.

Tahitian vanilla beans are the most plump of the various species of vanilla bean.  They contain the lowest amounts of vanillin, but are very aromatic, with complex floral flavours.  Many fans of Tahitian beans also describe anise and licorice type flavourings within the bean.

Vanilla beans available in packages ranging from 10 beans to 9 lb bulk orders.  If you require larger quantities of vanilla beans, please contact us at info@vanillafoodcompany.com for bulk pricing.

- Grown in Papua New Guinea (PNG)
- Grade A category
- Dark brown to black in colour
- Average length of 6" (approx 15 cm)
- Vanilla Species:  Tahitensis


Item# Item Name Our Price Qty Add
TAH10 Vanilla Beans - PNG Tahitian (10 Beans)-OUT OF STOCK
CAD $9.95
TAH25 Vanilla Beans - PNG Tahitian (1/4 lb - Approx 25 Beans)--OUT OF STOCK
CAD $15.95
TAH50 Vanilla Beans - PNG Tahitian (1/2 lb - Approx 50 Beans)--OUT O F STOCK
CAD $25.95
TAH100 Vanilla Beans - PNG Tahitian (1 lb - Approx 100 Beans)--OUT OF STOCK
CAD $45.95
TAH2500 Vanilla Beans - PNG Tahitian - BULK PRICING 2 to 5 lbs (Price per lb)--OUT OF STOCK
CAD $42.00
TAH6900 Vanilla Beans - PNG Tahitian - BULK PRICING 6 to 9 lbs (Price per lb)--OUT OF STOCK
CAD $40.00
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Average Customer Review: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Not the same thing.... February 3, 2012
Reviewer: Karen M. from Langley, BC Canada  
I ordered the PNG Tahitian beans because, well let's be honest, they were less expensive. I brewed my own vanilla (put the beans into a small bottle of vodka and let it steep for several months) and the flavour and aroma were "different". I actually didn't care for it. I'm going back to the "true" vanilla bean, the more expensive Madagascar bean. I have ordered a new batch and I look forward to using them in my new extract.

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