Madagascar vanilla powder has the same properties as the pods, but is easier to use and store!
This vanilla powder is easy to use, with sweet and warm aromas and a true gem to have in your spice rack. You’ll only need a few pinches to flavour your desserts, butters and sauces for fish and shellfish.
Vanilla production is exclusively for patient and devoted souls
A truly precious orchid that grows deep in the tropical forest
Vanilla comes from the Vanilla Planifolia orchid, which requires constant care and delicate attention. The white flower grows on the end of a creeper which uses trees as a stake, usually a mango tree or an avocado tree. It flowers for the first time 3 years after being planted; and then it takes another 8 months before the pod ripens for harvest.
How is Madagascar vanilla produced?
Vanilla requires meticulous and expert handling with lots of tender loving care. The vanilla plants are pollinated by hand. After the harvest, the pods are first scalded and sweated, then they are left out to dry in the sun for two weeks and flattened by hand. The next phase involves drying the pods in the shade for 8 months in crates to preserve their strong aromas. Last comes the grading, to determine the quality of each pod. At Terre Exotique, we only select “Gourmet” or “TK” quality pods depending on the production.
Find all the familiar aromas of Bourbon vanilla in this delicious powder
Vanilla powder is made from ground vanilla planifolia pods. Madagascar vanilla releases subtle warm aromas of milk chocolate. This mellow Bourbon vanilla will enchant you with its floral notes releasing roasted plant essences and hints of camphor.
Vanilla powder is made from lower grade pods that are dried then ground. Its aromas are slightly less powerful than vanilla pods but its super practical format means it is easy to store and use.
How to use vanilla powder in your recipes ?
Vanilla powder is ideal for your quick and easy recipes!
|Genus and botanical species||Vanilla planifolia|
|TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES||céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.|