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All beans in this Assortment are grown in Madagascar. Here is what you get (all beans are five to six inches): - 10 Grade A Prime Gourmet Bourbon Planifolia Vanilla Beans - ten Extract Grade B Bourbon Planifolia Vanilla Beans - 10 Near Gourmet Grade Split Bourbon Planifolia Vanilla Beans - ten Extract Grade B Split Bourbon Planifolia Vanilla Beans \"Splits\" are typically favored by massive producers of vanilla extract simply because they typically have a larger vanillin content. Splitting can arise during developing or curing. They are not \"utilised\" beans. Non-split beans are known as complete beans. Gourmet beans are superb for cooking or making vanilla extract, extract grade beans ought to be utilized for creating vanilla extract. Our beans are traditionally cured over several months to make sure that the total flavor of the vanilla bean is produced. We do not promote rapid cured vanilla beans in which the beans are cured in seven to ten days. These vanilla beans are triple inspected. The initial inspection will take area in the course of packing and is for smell, appearance, and mold. The next inspection will take area in the course of vacuum sealing and is for mold and appearance. The last inspection requires location ahead of shipment to make sure that the vacuum seal is intact and that there is no mold. Some information about vanilla beans: - Bourbon refers to the formerly named Bourbon Islands (now Reunion) off of Madagascar. Bourbon alcohol is not employed in vanilla beans. - Vanilla beans orginated in Mexico and have to be hand pollinated outside of Mexico simply because the pollinator, the Melipona bee, can\'t survive outside of Mexico. - There are in excess of 200 organic compounds in vanilla. Artificial vanilla (vanillin) can\'t capture the complexity of all-natural vanilla.
- Four varieties of 10 vacuum packed vanilla beans for a total of 40 beans
- Grown in Madagascar
- Use these vanilla beans for cooking or making vanilla extract
- A great way to try different types of vanilla beans
- Vanilla beans by Vanilla Products USA are triple inspected for quality