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We offer a wide range of vanilla pods sourced from Madagascar, Tahiti and India to ensure the finest quality. Vanilla pods have a natural, sweet flavour that is perfect for use in cakes, desserts, breakfasts and other light meals and snacks. Aromatic seeds inside the pod can be scraped out to add a unique flavour to custards, ice creams, creams and other sauces.
Madagascan vanilla is known for its floral and fruity flavours. Produced in Madagascar and the neighbouring islands located in the Indian ocean, these pure pods are derived from the vanilla planifolia plant – a species of vanilla orchid. Our range of Madagascan vanilla beans are sourced from the Sambava region and are approximately 11–20 cm long. These pods have a rich, full-bodied creamy flavour for use in a number of culinary applications. As well as supplying vanilla for home cooking, we also offer retail packages and wholesale quantities– ideal for food stores, market stalls and delis.
The quality of India’s vanilla pods has led them to become a major grower in the industry. Considered to be on par with Madagascan varieties, Indian vanilla beans are cured for 5–6 months for a distinct aroma and flavour. These vanilla pods are characterised by a full-bodied woody flavour with chocolate overtones. Indian vanilla is also grown organically and their large size means they contain an abundance of seeds, perfect for whipping up some vanilla marshmallows or cupcakes.
Grown and cured to perfection in French Polynesia, Tahitian vanilla features deep brown, oily pods with fruity and floral overtones. As Tahitian vanilla pods are so delicate, their liquorice style flavour is perfect for use in culinary applications where heating is not required such as fruit based desserts and ice creams. The subtle aroma also makes Tahitian beans great for use in body products, including lotions and soaps.
For more information about our pure, top quality vanilla pods, get in touch and place your order today.