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New harvest of Bourbon vanilla from the Comoros for the 2021 season
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Mirabelles plums arranged rum
Liquorice sticks: The different possible uses
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Sambavanilla team is proud to present the first vanilla pods from the Comoros 2021 harvest.
Native to South America, more specifically Venezuela and Brazil, the Tonka bean grows in a tree known as dipterix odorata, commonly known as "teak".
Sambavanilla invites you to go back to your childhood and discover how to use licorice sticks in cooking.
Tonka bean: Find out how to cook this spice at Sambavanilla, which specializes in online sales of spices from around the world.
Sambavanilla reveals the benefits of dried bananas.
What does Tonka bean taste like? Sambavanilla tells you more about it in this article
This month, let's explore or rediscover the spices that make your dishes more tasty.
Sambavanilla answers a few questions about the hibiscus flower
Sambavanilla advises you on how to use wild black pepper wisely in cooking
Simple and effective, in our article this month, we found the best antidotes for you, from vanilla beans, that really work.