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Is bourbon-vanille-extract vegan?

Bourbon-vanille-extract is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bourbon-vanille-extract?

Bourbon-vanilla extract is a rich and aromatic flavoring agent derived from the pods of Madagascar vanilla orchids. Unlike regular vanilla extract, bourbon-vanilla extract undergoes a slow, patient process that involves soaking the beans in high-quality bourbon, resulting in a deeper, more complex flavor profile with hints of caramel and oak. Its intense, sweet aroma and robust taste make it a popular choice for baking, particularly in recipes that call for chocolate, caramel, or other bold flavors. A little goes a long way with this exquisite ingredient, which adds a touch of luxury to any recipe.

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