Hatton Hill

Organic Madagascan Vanilla Powder

£6.39
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£6.39

Organic Madagascan Vanilla Powder by Hatton Hill Organic. Organically grown, harvested, dried and ground in Madagascar. Packed in the UK.

The vanilla plant is a fruit-bearing orchid native to Mexico, which was the world's biggest producer of this delicious spice until 1819, when French entrepreneurs shipped vanilla pods to the islands of Réunion and Mauritius, where production took off to make the then-colony practically synonymous with the vanilla flavour the world has fallen in love with.

Many people may think vanilla needs no introduction (vanilla ice-cream, right?). Think again – its sweet, rich, warm woody, and even smoky flavour can vary considerably, boasting as much complexity as the bouquet and taste of a fine wine.

Our Madagascan vanilla powder has a classic, full flavour that imparts a sensual flavour and aroma to a wide range of desserts and other sweet treats. Our vanilla powder will wow you in all sorts of ways. Try using it in mixes for cakes, cupcakes and cookies, or in classic British bread pudding with a dash of rum. Add it to a milk and egg mix to make a very special style of French toast. Stir our vanilla powder into rice puddings and other delicate desserts. Use it to add unmistakable flair to fruit tarts (pears are a particularly good choice), crème brûlées and dishes that use custard. Or beat Big Food at its own game by crafting your own vanilla ice-cream – a fantastically fresh twist on a treat that's chronically underrated thanks to the proliferation of bland factory product in supermarket freezers everywhere.

Pound for pound, our vanilla powder is one of the most concentrated sources of "Yum!" on the planet!

Organic ✓ Vegetarian ✓ Vegan ✓

Certified as organic by the UK’s Soil Association (licence no. DA22427).

Packed on premises that handle celery, cereals containing gluten, mustard, peanuts, sesame, soybeans, sulphur dioxide and sulphites, and tree nuts (such as almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, brazil nuts, cashews, pecans, pistachios and macadamias).