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Is vanille bourbon. vegan?

Vanille bourbon. is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vanille bourbon.?

Vanille Bourbon is a type of vanilla bean that is grown in the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar, formerly known as Bourbon. This aromatic ingredient has distinctively rich and creamy flavor notes with hints of caramel and licorice. Harvested by hand at the peak of ripeness, Vanille Bourbon beans are further processed through a lengthy curing process to enhance their complex flavors. The resulting product is a gourmet-grade, dark brown, plump vanilla pod packed with tiny black seeds that can be used in a variety of desserts, baked goods, and beverages to add an indulgent, warm sweetness.

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