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The Vanilla Cellar n°3 "Les Caraïbes"

The Vanilla Cellar n°3 "Les Caraïbes"


The Vanilla Cellar n°3 "Les Caraïbes"


Discover the unique and colourful flavours and aromas of the Caribbean islands with the Vanilla Cellar n°3 "Les Caraïbes", a selection of the lesser Antilles and Guaianas origins, varieties and refining methods of organic vanilla beans.


Composed of 3 origins, 3 species and 2 refining methods for 10 Vanilla beans, all of which are sourced from agroforestry culture. Enjoy the rich flavors of the scarified and frosted Planifolia vanilla from Guadeloupe and the "Nature Island Vanilla" of Waitikubuli Dominica, the famous Pompona grandiflora Finga and Stella from French Guyana, to explore the full spectrum of Caribbean vanilla beans flavors, from intense and smoky to sweet and fruity. With its elegant wood coffret patined with vanilla extract, the Vanilla Cellar n°3 " also makes the perfect gift for any occasion.


* 2 Planifolia from Laudat Waitikubuli Dominica

* 2 Planifolia from Sainte-Rose Guadeloupe

* 2 Planifolia givrée from Saint-Claude Guadeloupe

* 2 Pompona Grandiflora Finga from French Guyana

* 2 Pompona Grandiflora Stella from French Guyana


10 Beans measuring from 10 to 20cm for an average weight of 4 to 12gr. per bean. +- 50 Gr net.

Moisture: 28 to 35%

Vanillin: 1 to 2.9%

Packaging: 5 glass tubes nestled in a wooden coffret

DDM: 31.12.2026


Caribbean origins certified




At the heart of every culture lies a deep respect for tradition and the people who came before us. For many indigenous communities, their connection to the land and the natural resources it provides is a fundamental part of their identity. In hommage to the rich heritage to the world, we have chosen to name our Vanilla beans coffrets after the regions these communities call home to share a small piece of their cultural heritage with the world. In doing so, we hope to inspire others to learn more about one another, our ancestral cultures and traditions, and to celebrate the richness and diversity of our world's cultural heritage. After all, it is only by understanding and respecting the past that we can build a brighter and more inclusive future for all.

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