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Nielsen-Massey Organic Fairtrade Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla

Product Description

Extract Breakout

What makes this product “pure”?

To be classified as “Pure” by the FDA, extracts must meet a set of strict requirements. These requirements include that pure vanilla extract must contain 13.35 ounces of vanilla beans per gallon of liquid and be 35% alcohol. The agency also limits the permissible ingredients beyond beans and alcohol. We use the “Pure” classification because we only use all-natural ingredients and follow FDA guidelines for creating our extracts.

How does Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract differ from Pure Vanilla Extract?

Our Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract is produced using only premium, hand-selected beans cultivated in Madagascar, widely regarded as the world’s highest quality vanilla, and has a rich, sweet and creamy vanilla flavor. Our Pure Vanilla Extract uses a proprietary blend of high-quality vanilla beans grown around the world and is specially formulated to provide a classic vanilla flavor profile.

Why is there sugar in the extract?

Sugar is one of five permissible ingredients the FDA allows in pure vanilla extracts. It helps in the extraction process by keeping the extracted vanilla compounds in suspension, aiding in product clarity. We use 100% all-natural, crystalized cane sugar for its reliable quality and taste. The sugar content in our extract makes up less than 5% of the finished product, an amount that is nutritionally insignificant when a small quantity is added to a dish. We do not add any extra sugar after the extraction process.

What is the origin of this vanilla?

The vanilla beans used to create our Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract are sourced from the island of Madagascar, located just off the southeastern coast of Africa. Madagascar is the world’s leading supplier of vanilla beans, and we hand-select the beans used to ensure the finished product is of the highest quality.

Is there bourbon whiskey in this product?

No, the term Bourbon is only a geographic reference to where the vanilla beans are sourced. The Bourbon Islands–Madagascar, Comoro, Réunion, Seychelles and Mauritius–are located off the eastern coast of Africa. While there is a small amount of alcohol in our extracts due to our production process, most it will either be cooked off during preparation or spread throughout the entirety of your dish.

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Flavor Compliment Fruits, white chocolate and vanilla Almond, lemon and other citrus fruits Citrus fruits, cardamom, mint, thyme and vanilla Vanilla, chocolate, maple and butterscotch Vanilla, chocolate and coffee Vanilla, almond, creams, lemon and other citrus fruits
Flavor Uses Add to teas, cocktails, fruit jams, French macarons or panna cotta Add to custards, puddings, cakes, cookies, candies, marinades or herbal teas Add to pies, bars, marmalades, jams, gelatin, marinades, dressings or lemonade Add to coffee, salad dressings, sauces, fruit dishes or nut breads Add to milkshakes, mocha drinks, lattes, cookies, frozen desserts or frostings Add to fruit pies, jams, custards or ginger fizzes
Recipe Ideas Persian rose water ice cream, crepe cake with rose water, rose water ice cream cones or Persian toffee Orange blossom honey, Italian orange blossom water gelato or citrus dates Lemon cupcakes with marshmallow meringue, lemony madeleines or lemon poppy seed waffles Vanilla almond cake, cherry almond cheesecake, almond shortbread cookies or apple-almond butter strudel Baked donuts with mocha glaze, pumpkin spice latte cupcakes, turmeric latte breakfast cookies or hazelnut latte puppy chow Gingerbread bundt cake, baked bunuelos, orange cookies with edible flowers, citrus dates or almond m'hencha

Product Description

Our third-generation family business has crafted premium vanilla products since 1907. Each vanilla bean is hand-picked, hand-cured and carefully inspected to ensure it meets our strict quality standards. We then use a proprietary cold extraction process to preserve more than 300 delicate flavor compounds to consistently deliver the richest tasting vanilla from around the world.

Organic Fairtrade Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract is made from premium, hand-selected beans cultivated on the Bourbon Island of Madagascar and features only organic and Fairtrade ingredients. With a flavor profile that’s full, sweet, creamy and mellow with velvety after-tones, it is the perfect all-purpose vanilla for its flavor and consistency in both hot and cold applications.

Application Inspiration:

• Sweet ideas: cakes, cookies, ice cream, puddings, pastries, French toast, scones

• Savory ideas: seafood, sauces, soups, marinades

• Beverage ideas: hot chocolate, iced tea

• Other ideas: refrigerator/freezer deodorizer (cotton ball soaked in vanilla)

We are proud to provide clean and safe ingredients without sacrificing flavor. Our Organic Fairtrade Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract is All-Natural, Allergen-Free, Non-GMO Project Verified, and Certified Organic, Fairtrade, Kosher and Gluten-Free.

Additional Product Information:

• Ingredients: Water, Organic Alcohol (35%), Organic Fairtrade Vanilla Bean Extractives

• Equivalencies with other Nielsen-Massey Pure Vanilla products: 1 Tbsp. vanilla extract = 1 whole vanilla bean = 1 Tbsp. vanilla bean paste = 1 Tbsp. vanilla powder

• Store in an airtight container at room temperature away from heat. Avoid freezing temperatures and direct sunlight.

Nielsen-Massey Organic Fairtrade Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla

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