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New prices VAT included (6%) on 6.12.2021

Madagascar black Bourbon vanilla PREMIUM quality (between 16 and 20 cm)

  • 100 gram pack (about 22 beans): 60,00 € (about 2.70 € / bean)
  • 250 gram pack (about 55 beans): 135,00 € (about 2.45 € / bean)
  • 500 gram pack (about 110 beans): 245,00 € (about 2.20 € / bean)
  • 750 gram pack (about 165 beans): 345,00 € (about 2.10 € / bean)
  • 1 kg pack: 450,00 € (about 2.05 € / bean)
  • 5 kg pack: 2.120,00 € (about 1.95 € / bean)
  • More than 5 kg: please contact us

    Shipping price :
     - Belgium / Nederland / Luxembourg : 8,5 €
     - Rest of Europe / France / Switzerland : 8,5 € (less 1kg) or 15,00 € (1kg and more)
     - rest of the world: charge upon request.
    Order directly by e-mail.

    Our 250 gram PREMIUM (left) and GOURMET (right) packs
    packed under-vacuum
    (click to enlarge the picture)


    Did you know? »

    It is forbidden to sell under the name “vanilla” a product which is not genuine vanilla. Vanilla-flavoured means based on vanilla. Vanillin-based means made with synthetic chemicals.
    Did you know?

    Vanilla-based Recipes »

    Sauces, desserts, cocktails, starters, chicken, scallop-shells… vanilla is used in all kinds of dishes. Here are links to a few websites that offer hundreds of recipes based on natural vanilla:
    Homemade Vanilla Extract

    Knowing Everything About Vanilla »

    In order to discover its history, cultivation, preparation, production and much more, go to the free encyclopedia website The free encyclopedia website

    Make Your Own Vanilla Sugar »

    Simply put one kg of sugar into an airtight jar with a vanilla bean split into two parts for about eight days. Sugar can be added little by little. You can also use a vanilla bean which has already been split and grated for preparation. This natural vanilla sugar will add flavour to jams, desserts and many more dishes.

    The Great Island of Madagascar »

    Located a few hundred kilometres from the African continent, the fourth larger island in the world remained isolated from Africa and Asia for more than 90 million years. This isolation has preserved its unique endemic fauna and flora, which make Madagascar a “living conservatory.”

    Discover the Red Island, its population and its tourism opportunities, thanks to the Embassy of Madagascar in Canada. Embassy of Madagascar in Canada



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