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Download this white paper and learn more about sustainable vanilla growing and processing, socially responsible partnerships with farming communities, and the expertise needed to formulate with fine vanilla.
August 31, 2020
Sponsored by Virginia Dare
As in fine wine, vanilla bean subtleties are a reflection of its terroir. Vanilla extract is ultimately the complex expression of soil, sun, rain, and region, and its flavor reveals secrets of chosen varietals, harvest times, aging, and production methods. An expert can tell what kind of vanilla was used to produce an extract and from where it came.
In some ways vanilla is even more complex than wine, as the trade is limited to very discrete environments, and vanilla beans try to hide their incredible taste attributes. These can be coaxed out only through an extremely long and complex process that unlocks the rich flavor that nature makes possible.
Read this engaging white paper and learn more about this unique process, socially responsible long term commitments and partnerships on the ground with farming communities, and the expertise needed to formulate with truly great vanilla.
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