Each tube contains 1 bean.
The Papantla region of Mexico is the birthplace of vanilla. The beans has a classic fragrance of dried raisins and plums. Can be used in all desserts.
It’s been well over one thousand years since the Totonac people of Mexico undertook and mastered the complex art of transforming the insipid fruit of an orchid into a boldly odorant bean that is now considered unavoidable when cooking.
Mexican vanilla beans, despite their rarity, retain an enigmatic profile. All vanillas contain hundreds of different aromatic compositions. Though Mexican beans contain very little vanillin – the unique composition copied to create artificial vanilla – they possess an aromatic complexity that is unrivaled.