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Pure Organic Mexican Vanilla (Amber Colored) (4 fl. oz.)

by Orlando

Price: $6.99 ($6.99 / bottle) + $5.50 shipping
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4 fl. oz.
  • Made from organically grown vanilla beans
  • Does not contain coumarin
  • Rich vanilla flavor
  • Great in baked goods, drinks and pastries
  • Made in Mexico

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Pure Organic Mexican Vanilla (Amber Colored) (4 fl. oz.) + Pure Organic Mexican Vanilla (Amber Colored) (16 fl. oz.) + Healthworks Raw Certified Organic Cacao Powder, 1 lb
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Ingredients
.Purified Water, .Vanilla Extract, .Cane Alcohol, .Rum, .Natural Cane Sugar, .Vanillin, .Propylene Glycol, .Carmel Color, .Potassium Sorbate (as preservative)

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Product Description

Size: 4 fl. oz.

Orlando vanilla is pure mexican vanilla, made form organically grown beans. It is an irreplaceable ingredient in baked goods, coffee, ice cream, etc... You will notice the difference when using Orlando Mexican vanilla. About the product: Experience the true delicate, soft, and delicious flavor of Orlando's premium gourmet valilla. The valilla beans, grown on the Orlando Plantation are aged for over one year. They select only the premium beans, soak them in rum to release only the valilla nectar. The valilla nectar is then blended with other natural vanilla to add stability in the baking and freezing process. Orlando's unique aging and blending process, brings out a delicate, yet rich and mellow flavor.

Product Details

Size: 4 fl. oz.
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  • ASIN: B0073NVHQI
  • UPC: 700233505142
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,361 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Wow, this vanilla smells AMAZING.
J. Jennings
It is pricier than a basic extract, but I think it is so much better than the William Sonoma vanilla.
Rachel D.
It makes everything taste so good!!
james

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By amazonaholic on November 14, 2012
Size Name: 4 fl. oz. Verified Purchase
I purchased this vanilla from the merchant Kalisda on Amazon. The description of this product says it contains only vanilla beans, water and alcohol. That is not the case!!! The bottle I received has a sticker over the original ingredients list displaying the following ingredients list: Purified water, vanilla extract, cane alcohol, rum, natural cane sugar, vanillin, Propylene glycol, caramel color, potassium sorbate. Here is wikipedia's definition of vanillin:

Vanillin is a phenolic aldehyde, an organic compound with the molecular formula C8H8O3. Its functional groups include aldehyde, ether, and phenol. It is the primary component of the extract of the vanilla bean. Synthetic vanillin, instead of natural vanilla extract, is sometimes used as a flavoring agent in foods, beverages, and pharmaceuticals.

Based on the taste, I would guess that the vanillin in this extract is artificial, but I cannot be sure about that.

I have been using Watkins organic vanilla extract in my coffee each morning. I was searching for a cheaper alternative that also only contained water, alcohol and vanilla extract. I didn't read the ingredients list when I got this, but my coffee tasted terrible with this vanilla. It tasted like artificial vanilla flavor. So I read the ingredients list and was very disappointed that the description on amazon had been wrong.

UPDATE: I received an immediate response from the merchant when I told them about the problem. Here is their response:

Hi Karen.
I am very sorry about this discrepancy! Our supplier has changed their vanilla recipe and is still in the process of getting new labels.Thank you for pointing it out to us. We will work as soon as possible to get this fixed. As for your order, you are welcome to return the bottle for a full refund which would include $5.95 for the return shipping.
I am sorry for the inconvenience this may have caused you,
The Kalisda Team
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Nathalio M. Caplan on July 28, 2012
Size Name: 8 fl. oz.
I discovered Orlando Vanilla a few years ago while spending a week in Puerto Vallarta. I am a chef and specialize in pastries so a good vanilla is important. I've tried Nielsen Massey vanillas and they are excellent but they still have a bit of a chemical/alcohol scent to them. McCormick extract (the most commonly found at your local supermarket) is so strong alcohol-wise that once you've had good vanilla you'll never go back to cheap chemical tasting junk.

Orlando vanilla (and their other brand La Reyna) is strong, smells sweet with no chemical notes. The aroma of vanilla permeates the kitchen when you use it. It is very reasonably priced and since most recipes call for about a teaspoon of vanilla you will find that an eight ounce bottle like this gives you enough for 48 typical recipes. Depending on your taste or the strength you are looking for you might get fewer or more portions.

I buy mine from Puerto Vallarta when I go. I usually buy two liters (a liter is a bit more than a quart) and this year I have a tour of the factory scheduled. Kept in a cool, dark place vanilla extract has an extremely long shelf life so no need to worry about spoilage. I don't think you can go wrong using this extract. The only other way to get better flavor is to use good quality vanilla pods (see my review on those if you are interested)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Jennings on February 16, 2014
Size Name: 32 fl. oz. Verified Purchase
Wow, this vanilla smells AMAZING. I honestly have opened the bottle a few times just to smell it. This is the real deal, and not at all like the imitation vanilla extract that smells and tastes like rubbing alcohol. I'm very glad I got the largest size, as it should last us for a while.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By P. Goodrich on August 8, 2013
Size Name: 4 fl. oz.
I have laboratory analysis from 2001 demonstrating the existence of coumarin in Orlando Vanilla. Click on images to see it. It is the second analysis I have seen that detected coumarin in this vanilla. Coumarin is an anticoagulant used in the medical field. It is also used in rat poison. The FDA has outlawed its use in food items. Read more on the dangers of Mexican vanilla at the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) web site:

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The problem is so prevalent in the United States (US) that US attorneys now offer legal recourse. See: [...]

People associate higher price with quality and this company definitely takes advantage of that fact. Mexican vanilla has never been trustworthy and it has never represented quality. How could it, its coming from a country that has absolutely no regulation in the industry. The aroma of this product may be from the artificial butterscotch flavoring not vanilla.

The common ingredients of Mexican vanilla are as follows. Note: Although they are not labeled as such, two of these ingredients on occasion contain coumarin. This formula has been used by Orlando vanilla in the past:

- City water filtered through a basic filter system (the alcohol itself kills much of the bacteria missed by filters)
- Vanillin
- Propylene glycol
- Cane Alcohol
- Concentrated Artificial Vanilla Flavoring
- Carmel coloring
- Butterscotch Artificial flavoring (Sold in Mexico as Sabor Mantequilla)
- Potassium sorbate

This basic artificial formula is common in Mexico and variations of this formula are used by several vanilla companies.
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