Buy Grade A Gourmet Vanilla Tahitensis Pods from Papua New Guinea
- Grade A Gourmet Vanilla Tahitensis Pods, 16-18 cm in length, offer a broader and more oily profile compared to Bourbon vanilla.
- These pods have a delightful aroma with hints of anise, floral notes, and fruity undertones.
- They are perfect for enhancing the flavors of ice cream, fish, seafood, fruits, quark dishes, and much more.
- Packing size: 250g
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Premium Vanilla Tahitensis Pods
Our Vanilla Tahitensis pods from Papua New Guinea are known for their wider size, higher oil content, and increased moisture levels compared to Bourbon vanilla. These dark brown to almost black pods offer a unique aroma, reminiscent of anise, licorice, wine, or cherries.
Our Tahitensis vanilla pods belong to the highest quality category, Grade A Gourmet. They are widely used in upscale gastronomy and favored by amateur chefs. They have also gained popularity among ice cream enthusiasts. For every kilogram of vanilla ice cream, a single 16-18 cm long vanilla pod is sufficient.
||Grade A Gourmet
||Whole Tahitensis Vanilla pods
||Papua New Guinea
||Fruity, flowery, licorice - similar to anise
||Ideal for baking (biscuits and cakes), cooking, making ice cream, coffee, pancakes, apples pears, quark dishes
||Cardamom, saffron, cloves, chili, cinnamon, sugar, salt
How to Use Tahitensis Vanilla Pods
To use Tahitensis vanilla pods, cut them lengthwise and scrape out the flavorful pulp with the tip of a knife. This rich vanilla pulp can be used to enhance delicate vanilla dishes.
Afterward, you can place the empty pods in a jar with sugar or salt for a few weeks to create vanilla-infused sugar or salt.
Tahitensis Vanilla pods are perfect for making vanilla ice cream. One pod is sufficient for up to 2 kg of ice cream.
You can also use these fruity pods to create cold fruit spreads, compotes, or quark dishes.
Furthermore, their aroma pairs well with fish, seafood, eggs, strawberries, apples, melon, peach, and rhubarb. They also complement flavors of cardamom, chili, saffron, cloves, and cinnamon in various recipes.
Please transfer all spices into airtight spice jars upon receipt. Vanilla pods, in particular, should be kept hermetically sealed. Store them in a dry, dark place such as a closet or pantry. Avoid refrigerating the pods, as it may lead to mold growth.