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Bourbon Chocolate
Vanilla Extract

$95.00 8oz

All Things Madagascar

Organic Bourbon - Wild Madagascar Vanilla & Organic Chocolate Extract

Hand Crafted - Small Batch

Flavor: Organic bourbon with rich chocolatey-vanilla notes

Size: 8 oz Bottle

Cost $95.00

Availability: 6 Bottles

Mature: December 2024

The aroma from Madagascar Vanilla beans leads to the path of the rich tones from the chocolate. This extract will be ready in 2024. So far in tastings this extract has so far been one of the best extracts that I've tasted. If you would like to reserve a 4 oz bottle please let me know and simply pay a non refunadable deposit and i'll mature the extract for you. Alternatively pay in full now and i'll send you the bottle with instructions.

You'll just need to shake the bottle once a day till December 2024. The longer you leave this extract the longer the flavor profile will continue to develop and even after you use it, but just until it becomes naturally stable.

Daily Routine and maintance required

From here on, every day you'll give it a quick shake just to help disturb your vanilla beans. You'll also notice the caviar, float to the top and then settle down to the bottom of the bottle and that's really what you want to see. Over time your beans should appear to have expanded, this action means that the alcohol is doing its job of extraction and your beans are absorbing the alcohol.

Please also note it is normal for the extract to still continue to have a small percentage of aroma of alcohol. I do not add sugar or any flavorings to disguise the notes of alcohol just like how our grandparents made it.

Taste test around December 2024:

You'll need give the bottle a good-strong shake and put 1/2 tsp in 3 tablespoons of cream then give it a good stir and taste it. If you feel your extract tastes like vanilla and you think it would be interested how its developed to bake with, feel free to give it a try.


My way is to make a small batch of pancakes, again give the bottle a good-strong shake then swiftly add a couple of teaspoons in to the eggs and whisk to bind.

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