Vanilla Tahitensis is a weaker vanilla with ‘fruity, floral, and sweet’ flavors created by the compound heliotropin. Tahitensis is a mutated form of a Planifolia Orchid from Tahiti, this vanilla is favored by pastry chefs.

Origin: Tahiti

Serving Suggestions: A prized vanillabean by pastry chefs all over the world, most common uses will be creme anglaise, creme brulee or anywhere you would use real vanilla beans.