Origin : Madagascar (Bourbon region)
Product made from 100% natural vanilla
The origin of Vanilla Planifolia found on hot Malagasy lands dates back to its discovery by the Spanish conquistadors who landed in Central America during the 16th century. Brought back to Europe by Hernan Cortes in 1529 after having tasted the flavors and virtues with the local Aztec tribes, it was only introduced towards the middle of the 19th century in Reunion Island before being established in Madagascar in 1880. Its Inability to be reproduced without the help of man, due to the absence of pollinating insects in southern Africa, forces the producing populations to fertilize the flowers by hand.
The name ‘Bourbon’, label created in 1964, designates a geographical area of the Indian Ocean including Reunion, Madagascar, the Comoros and Mauritius in which Vanilla Planifolia flourishes.
Spicy / Woody
A concentrated moisture-free product, preventing oxidation and enabling the preservation of its organoleptic properties.
Caramel / Strong
Concentration of extracts : 100 | 200 | 300 | 400 gr/L |
* Personalised concentration is possible on demand.
Low quantity of alcohol in extracts : ≃ 5%.