Papua New Guinea Extract Grade Vanilla Beans for Extracts, Tahitian

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When to Use Extract grade vanilla beans are made for extracting its flavor by brewing into beer, ale, and vanilla extract using a simple Vodka, a food grade ethyl alcohol, or food grade glycerin. Grade B vanilla beans, also referred to as extract grade vanilla beans, are  dryer than the soft and supple grade A vanilla beans and not as pretty as regular vanilla beans. they are various sizes and have superficial color blemishes. The aroma is locked...
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When to Use

Extract grade vanilla beans are made for extracting its flavor by brewing into beer, ale, and vanilla extract using a simple Vodka, a food grade ethyl alcohol, or food grade glycerin.

    Grade B vanilla beans, also referred to as extract grade vanilla beans, are  dryer than the soft and supple grade A vanilla beans and not as pretty as regular vanilla beans. they are various sizes and have superficial color blemishes.

    The aroma is locked deep in the flesh of the extract-grade vanilla bean. The dryness concentrates the flavor and gives you more vanilla beans per pound.


    How many extract-grade vanilla beans do you need?
    Read the article.

    Making Vanilla Extract.
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    Product
    : Papua New Guinea Extract Grade/Grade B Vanilla Beans, Tahitian
    Origin: Papua New Guinea
    Species: Tahitian
    Harvest: 2021
    Vanillin Rate: About .7% – 1.2%
    Size: 12-15mm
    Moisture Rate: 24%-28%

    Tahitian Flavor Profile

    Tahitian vanilla beans have strong fruity and floral flavors with a spicy-anise & cherry notes and an overall smooth flavor. These beans are lower in vanillin and higher in complexity than the planifolia variety. It makes a complex and heavenly vanilla extract.

    Our Ambient-Air Packaging 

    We have chosen to package our vanilla in ambient air packaging. The reason is that vacuum packaging can create an environment for anaerobic bacteria to grow. The second reason is that vanilla will continue to cure and develop flavor in natural air. 


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    Bothell Robinson

    These are going into some vodka today. They look and smell great. Fast shipping and great communication. Thanks!

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    Anonymous

    Michael knows what's best when it comes to vanilla! He helped me choose the perfect choice for my recipe and taught me all about the different qualities each bean brings. I couldn't have asked for anything better! Thank you so much and I look forward to working with you in the future. 😀

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    Anonymous

    We were very happy with the vanilla beans we received. I made vanilla extract and used it as a favors for my daughter’s wedding.
    Everyone enjoyed the amber clear and flavorful vanilla extract.
    People asked for more and really liked it in their baking.
    I was very happy with the product.

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    Claire

    Michael knows what's best when it comes to vanilla! He helped me choose the perfect choice for my recipe and taught me all about the different qualities each bean brings. I couldn't have asked for anything better! Thank you so much and I look forward to working with you in the future (: