South Pacific Vanilla Beans
South Pacific Vanilla Beans are a variety of vanilla beans that are grown in the South Pacific region, including countries such as Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Tahiti and Tonga. They are known for their rich and creamy flavor with a slightly fruity and floral aroma.
South Pacific Vanilla Beans are typically shorter and fatter than other varieties of vanilla beans, and they have a higher moisture content, which makes them more pliable and easier to work with in cooking and baking.
These beans are often considered a premium variety and are highly sought after by chefs and food enthusiasts for their unique flavor and aroma. They are commonly used in desserts such as custards, ice cream, and cakes, as well as in savory dishes like sauces and marinades.