The real gourmet butter! To make desserts with the flavors of the old days, French toast, pancakes, Tarte Tatin, roasted fresh fruit, but also to surprise for cooking poultry, pigeon, pan-fried scallops. Well mixed with lime juice, it will make your lobster die of pleasure.
The Vanilla of Madagascar comes from the vanilla tree, a tropical orchid of Mexican origin. It develops in the form of lianas. Its fruits, the pods, produce a spice called vanilla. They contain a multitude of tiny black seeds, very aromatic. More than a hundred species of vanilla exist but only three of them are exploited.