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Is bourbon-vanille vegan?

Bourbon-vanille is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bourbon-vanille?

Bourbon-vanille is a premium quality vanilla bean variety that is grown in Madagascar and other parts of the Indian Ocean. It is known for its rich and complex flavor profile, which is characterized by sweet, creamy, and floral notes, with hints of caramel and a subtle smoky undertone. The beans are plump, moist, and oily, and their aroma is intense and alluring. Bourbon-vanille is a prized ingredient in many desserts, including ice creams, custards, and cakes, as well as in beverages like coffee and cocktails. Its unique flavor and fragrance make it a favorite of pastry chefs and food enthusiasts alike.

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