Our beans for brewers, distillers & extract makers program is designed to supply the highest quality and variety of vanilla beans at the lowest prices to those that order significant volumes over the course of a year. Minimum orders are just 1lb, but you must order a combined total of $2,000.00/yr from the date of your first order to qualify for this program the following year and each year after.
We will carry a one-month supply at no charge for customers that provide us with a 30-day forecast to ensure immediate shipping on recurring orders.
||$10.99/oz when you buy 1kg.
||10% off your first order with promo code: FIRSTORDER10
|First order: 5-30 days. As little as 2-4 days on future orders if 30-day forecast is provided.
||FREE on all US orders over $99.
||Grade A (pliable, moist, oily)
||Smokey & woody vanilla
||Dark chocolate, caramel, bold vanilla
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VanillaPura's planifolia Indonesian Vanilla Beans are of the highest quality and have a rich, dark aroma. It originates from the Papua region, which is the most eastern region of Indonesia directly above Australia and Papua New Guinea.
When you first open a pouch of Indonesian vanilla beans from Papua, your nose will be met with dark, earthy vanilla notes that are bold and pronounced. As you bring an individual bean closer to your nose, the aroma will tease of dark chocolate with a smokey, bourbon-like accent. Its taste will demonstrate a pronounced vanilla with bold vanilla notes and subtle hints of caramel, cocoa and earthy, all-natural sweetness.
Papua Indonesian vanilla beans are very oily with a strong vanilla scent. They are usually between 5" and 7" inches long and have a dark brown color. These vanilla beans are a favorite among dark chocolate lovers.
VanillaPura vanilla beans are all shipped vacuum sealed for freshness and should be stored unrefrigerated in a cool, dry and dark place.
Papua Indonesia is located ideally for vanilla cultivation within the world's "bean belt". The rugged terrain of this area makes cultivation difficult but the soil and climate provide high harvest yields and exquisite tastes. These ideal climate and soil conditions have helped to make Indonesia the second largest producer of vanilla beans in the world, just behind Madagascar. As a country, Indonesia is made up of thousands of islands spanning 735,000 square miles surrounded by beautiful waters right on the equator. The broad expanse of land, climate and unique soil conditions across Indonesia result in an equally diverse vanilla offering. An Indonesian vanilla bean grown in one region is entirely different than an Indonesian vanilla bean grown in another region.
On average, there are 6-10 beans/oz depending on the moisture content of the specific batch of vanilla beans. There can be as few as 5 beans or as many as 20 beans. Pricing reflects current market conditions and will be updated as market prices change.