Tahitensis vanilla from Papua New Guinea per kilo
Tahitensis vanilla from Papua New Guinea per kilo
Tahitensis vanilla from Papua New Guinea per kilo
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Tahitensis vanilla from Papua New Guinea per kilo
Tahitensis vanilla from Papua New Guinea per kilo
Tahitensis vanilla from Papua New Guinea per kilo

Tahitensis vanilla from Papua New Guinea per kilo

Buy tahitensis vanilla from Papua New Guinea by the kilo. Discover our 250g to 5kg packaging. PNG vanilla beans are blacker and thinner than Tahitian vanilla. This PNG pastry vanilla offers fruity, floral and woody notes. It is the same variety as Tahitian vanilla

  • Main notes: woody and floral vanilla
  • Aromatic: A vanilla pod with first notes of spice and leather which will continue with long notes of floral vanilla
  • Color: Ebony, silver and black
  • Quality: Gourmet
  • Category: Grand Cru
  • Size: + 14cm
  • Origin - Plantations: Highland region - Mount Kabangama, Goroka - Papua

Savor the unique aroma of Tahitensis Vanilla from Papua New Guinea, sold by the kilo at Comptoir de Toamasina. An unforgettable taste experience awaits you



Gousses de Vanille Tahitensis de Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée au Meilleur prix au kilo

My small family business specializing since 2010 in the purchase of vanilla from Madagascar .

My name is Arnaud Sion, affectionately nicknamed Arnaud Vanille, I would like to invite you on a unique sensory journey where quality meets excellence.

Vanilla Tahitensis from Papua will have an exceptional aroma.

The vanilla tahitensis variety is harvested in the lush lands of Papua New Guinea, distinguished by its blacker and finer pods than those of Tahiti and Madagascar.

You should know that each vanilla pod will undergo scalding and in Tahiti not.

Each pod is a concentrate of fruity, floral and woody aromas, offering an aromatic palette that is expressed equally well in sweet and savory preparations.

Gourmet Quality, Unbeatable Price  At Comptoir de Toamasina, we are proud to offer you its princesses at the best price per kilo.

Our commitment to gourmet quality which is the best quality of vanilla in the ISO  NF 5565-1 standard and which can be found on the internet such as grand cru vanilla, bourbon gold which are not recognized as classification.

Since 2010, I have been offering you the best vanilla pods from Papua New Guinea.  

Why Choose Our Vanilla?

  • Superior Quality:  Our pods are selected for their rich and intense aromatic profile. We buy pods larger than 14cm and always of gourmet quality
  • Advantageous Price:  Buy by the kilo and benefit from a preferential price without compromising on quality.
  • Recognized Expertise:  Arnaud Vanille travels the world to source the best vanillas, thus ensuring an exceptional selection.

If you continue reading you will discover a Universe of Recipes to Explore  Whether you are a starred chef or a pastry enthusiast, our Tahitensis vanilla pods from Papua New Guinea will allow you to push the boundaries of creativity. They are perfect for flavoring a crème brûlée, enriching a panna cotta or giving a new dimension to your smoothies and yogurts.

Order Now and Join the Culinary Revolution  Don't miss the opportunity to buy these exceptional vanilla beans. Visit Le Comptoir de Toamasina, choose quality, and let Arnaud Vanille guide you into a world where vanilla is not just a spice, but an invitation to a journey of the senses.


When I created the tahitensis vanilla format per kilo, I wanted fans of vanilla with floral notes and gastronomy professionals to be able to purchase this vanilla quickly in just a few clicks and delivered within 48 hours.

Selling Papua vanilla is simple, but finding the best quality with a unique aromatic note is very difficult.

When you buy tahitensis vanilla by the kilo, you want pods with lots of vanilla beans, a soft, shiny vanilla with a good level of vanillin. I suggest this to you.

The Comptoir de Toamasina offers an exceptional opportunity to acquire Vanilla Tahitensis from Papua by the kilo. This carefully selected gourmet quality vanilla is available in different quantities to meet all your culinary needs:  

  • 250g  for €90 : Ideal for enthusiasts wanting to test the richness of this vanilla.  
  • 500g  for €170 : A perfect quantity for amateur pastry chefs and small restaurants.  
  • 1kg  for €250 : The economical choice for chefs and catering businesses.  
  • 5kg  for €950 : The optimal bulk purchase for distributors and large establishments.  

I spent 2 months on a plantation in Brazil to discover the art of selecting and growing vanilla tahitensis which is very different from vanilla planifolia.

Now I invite you to discover vanilla from Papua New Guinea, from the production side, tahitensis vanilla pods and their flavors and much more with unique recipes. 


I will tell you about the origin of Tahitensis vanilla, you should know that Tahitensis vanilla , originally from French Polynesia, is a botanical variety distinct from Bourbon vanilla, which comes from vanilla planifolia, this vanilla is famous for its notes anise and its floral notes very different from Madagascar bourbon vanilla and its chocolate notes.  

This vanilla is the result of a cross between Vanilla planifolia and Vanilla odorata, a rare wild species found in the forests of Belize, Brazil and Guatemala. On our blog, we have written articles about the 40 varieties of vanilla in the world in everything you need to know about vanilla . 

Tahitensis vanilla is particularly appreciated by great chefs for its unique aromatic profile and its ability to enrich recipes with an exceptional depth of taste.

Unlike other varieties, the Tahitensis variety is indehiscent, meaning its pods do not open when ripe, thus remaining fleshy and allowing growers to harvest them at their aromatic peak. 

You should know that it is during the last two weeks that the vanilla plant will give the aromatic power of vanilla, it is vanillin. Today Brazil is working to combine this variety with Bahian for a rare vanilla which would have a vanillin level of more than 6% and which will not split, therefore an improvement for the profitability of the plantation unlike the vanilla pod. from Madagascar which has a vanillin level between 1.6 and 1.8 and that is very good.

The process of preparing this vanilla is an art in itself, involving several months of maturation and exposure to the sun to fully develop its scent.

For the tahitensis variety from Papua, the vanilla tahitensis plants will take 5 years to become adults and especially the vanilla will go through scalding.  

You see that it is here, at Comptoir de Toamasina, that you will buy the best vanillas, we have been the vanilla expert since 2010.

Did you know that there are more than 40 varieties of vanilla in Brazil. 


Tahitensis vanilla from Tahiti and Papua share the same botanical variety , but they have notable differences in flavor profile and preparation methods . The fame of Tahitian vanilla is based on its nuances of anise and prune , accompanied by a long trail of floral vanilla . Conversely, Tahitensis vanilla from Papua stands out for its musk notes, its wild subtleties and the delicacy of floral vanilla .

The preparation method also varies: in Tahiti, the vanilla is 50% dried on the vine before being harvested and dried in the traditional way, while in Papua, due to a lack of similar technology, producers treat the vanilla in a similar way. with Madagascar vanilla , by scalding it, which gives smaller pods.

Purchasing Papuan vanilla has several advantages:

  1. Premium Quality: Papuan vanilla stands out for its ebony color, its flexibility and its excellent quality, offering great versatility and a wealth of natural vanillin.

  2. Unique Aromatic Profile: It gives off a warm and delicate fragrance, very floral, with subtle nuances of cocoa, as well as spicy flavors reminiscent of nutmeg or cinnamon.

  3. Affordable Price: This variety of vanilla is becoming more and more financially accessible, offering excellent value for money for chefs and gourmet vanilla lovers.

Tahitensis Vanilla from Papua is an attractive alternative to Tahitian Vanilla, offering a different taste experience and added value for those who want to enrich their culinary creations with exotic and complex flavors.


Tahitensis vanilla from Papua is renowned for its rich aromatic profile and exceptional flavor power .

It is characterized by notes of leather and spices , evolving towards a varied aromatic palette depending on the variety. Tahitensis vanilla pods from Papua offer leathery and floral aromas , with fruity nuances that are fully expressed in culinary preparations, sweet or savory.

This vanilla is particularly prized for its floral and captivating scent , being considered one of the richest vanillas in aromas in the world. Carefully grown in the fertile soil of Papua New Guinea, each flower is hand-pollinated, contributing to the superior quality and aromatic concentration of vanilla.

In terms of aromatic power, Tahitensis vanilla from Papua surpasses the more common Bourbon vanilla with a 40% higher yield. This makes it particularly popular for culinary applications where vanilla is highlighted. With its aromatic richness, this vanilla has the power to transform any recipe into a memorable taste experience.

If you accompany me to a plantation in Brazil you will discover that Brazilian vanilla has acidic notes because of the soil. 


Tahitensis vanilla is a unique variety that enhances recipes with its floral vanilla aromas. Here are some tips for using it best in your preparations:


  • Creams and liquids: Split the pod in half and scrape out the seeds. Add them, along with the pod, to your cream or hot milk to infuse. Remove the pod before serving.

Pastry shop :

  • Cakes and cookies: Incorporate vanilla beans directly into your batters for a delicate, fragrant flavor.
  • Creams and ice creams: Use the grains to flavor your pastry creams, custards, or your ice cream preparations.

Savory Cuisine:

  • Sauces and marinades: Vanilla seeds can add an exotic touch to your sauces or marinades for meat and fish.

Conservation :

  • Vanilla sugar: Place the spent pod in a jar of sugar to create homemade vanilla sugar.

Drinks :

  • Cocktails and infusions: The grains or the whole pod can be used to flavor alcoholic drinks or infusions.

Tahitensis vanilla is particularly appreciated for its ability to bring a unique sensory dimension to your culinary creations, whether in a creamy crème brûlée, a refreshing sorbet or even a savory dish with an exotic touch. Its mild taste and floral and fruity aromas make it an ingredient of choice for chefs and gourmets.


Tahitensis vanilla, famous for its floral and musky nuances, inspires pastry chefs with its rich possibilities. Here are some ideas and tips for using it expertly:

  1. Tahitensis Vanilla Crème Brûlée: Infuse your cream with a split and scraped Tahitensis vanilla pod for a deep, exotic flavor. Once sprinkled with sugar and caramelized, it offers a perfect finish.

  2. Vanilla Panna Cotta: For a refined panna cotta, add Tahitensis vanilla beans to your preparation. Their delicate scent blends harmoniously with the sweetness of this classic Italian dessert.

  3. Vanilla Macarons: For macarons full of aromas, incorporate Tahitensis vanilla into your ganache. Its subtlety will enhance the flavor of your cockles.

Chef's Tip: To intensify the flavor of Tahitensis vanilla in your desserts, combine it with complementary ingredients such as chocolate or red fruits. It goes particularly well with raspberries, creating a harmonious contrast between their acidity and its natural sweetness.

Storage Tip: Once used, store your spent vanilla pods in a jar of sugar to create homemade vanilla sugar, ideal for enriching your pastries and hot drinks.

As you see, New Guinea vanilla is not just a simple vanilla pod, it still has a few years, no one wants to bet on it, but we are a direct competitor to Tahitian vanilla with its floral and floral notes. aniseed. 

In 2015, when I sold my first pods from Papua with Comptoir de Toamasina, the production of New Guinea vanilla is very confidential and many people told me no, this vanilla is average and today, I prove it every time. prospects who will buy a unique vanilla. Papua Tahitensis vanilla is for me the best vanilla you can buy in its gourmet quality from Papua New Guinea will make you experience unique emotions. 


Here are eight recipes inspired by Tahitensis vanilla from Papua, which highlight its unique flavor:

1. Tahitensis Vanilla Crème Brûlée:  Split a vanilla pod and infuse it in cream. After adding sugar and egg yolks, bake and caramelize the top for a golden finish.

2. Homemade Vanilla Tahitensis Ice Cream:  Infuse a vanilla pod in milk, then add to a custard mixture.  Freeze for smooth ice cream without an ice cream maker. The recipe is available on our YouTube channel. 

3. Panna Cotta with Vanilla and Exotic Fruits:  Mix cream with vanilla beans and gelatin. Serve with an exotic fruit coulis for a tasty contrast.

4. White Chocolate and Tahitensis Vanilla Mousse:  Melt white chocolate, add the vanilla beans and incorporate into a creamy mousse. Refrigerate for an airy texture.

5. Apple and Vanilla Tahitensis Tart:  Prepare applesauce with vanilla, spread on shortcrust pastry and bake in the oven. Serve warm for a comforting dessert.

6. Vanilla Tahitensis Shortbread:  Incorporate vanilla beans into your shortbread dough.  Cut and bake to obtain crispy and fragrant biscuits.

7. Tropical Vanilla Tahitensis Smoothie:  Blend tropical fruits with yogurt and vanilla beans for a refreshing and nutritious smoothie.

8. Vanilla Tahitensis Marinade for White Meats:  Mix vanilla beans with herbs and lemon to marinate white meats before grilling.


Vanilla tahitensis from Papua is a variety of vanilla that has a rich and interesting history. Although more commonly known as Tahitian vanilla, this species of orchid is also grown in Papua New Guinea. Our best seller currently is the 5 pods and when you use its 5 vanillas or even the 10 pods you can make homemade vanilla powder.   

Vanilla tahitensis is a hybrid, long considered a cross between Vanilla planifolia and Vanilla pompona. However, recent research suggests that it is more of a hybrid between Vanilla planifolia and another species close to Vanilla odorata.

The production of this species experienced strong growth until 2012, but declined again from 2013. Despite its relatively low production, Vanilla tahitensis stands out for its unique characteristics. Unlike the fragrans species, this vanilla is indehiscent, that is to say it does not open when ripe. It remains fleshy, giving it a distinctive texture and flavor.

Vanilla tahitensis is mainly produced in Tahiti, but also in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, the Cook Islands and Niue. In Papua New Guinea, it is grown in ideal conditions to produce high quality vanilla.

The history of Vanilla tahitensis dates back to 1848, when Admiral F Hamelin brought vanilla plants from the Philippines to Tahiti. First cultivated in private gardens, Vanilla tahitensis underwent several crosses before giving birth to “Vanilla x Tahitensis”. Mass production of Vanilla tahitensis began in 1880.

The production of Vanilla tahitensis in Papua New Guinea is a complex process that requires special attention.  

Papua New Guinea ranks fifth in the world in terms of vanilla bean production, with an estimated 495 tonnes per year.

Vanilla farming in Papua New Guinea is mainly carried out by small-scale farmers who grow vanilla under ideal conditions to produce high quality vanilla.

You should know that it takes 3 years for vanilla plants to produce a vanilla flower. Generally the first flowers arrive a few months after the dry season due to water shock.

Vanilla production begins with the planting of the Vanilla tahitensis orchid. Vanilla plants are typically grown on stakes and require partial shade for optimal growth. After planting, it takes about three years for vanilla plants to start producing pods.

Pollination of vanilla flowers is a crucial stage of production. As vanilla flowers only open for a short time, pollination must be done by hand to ensure maximum pod production.

Once the vanilla pods are ripe, they are harvested by hand. The pods are then blanched, fermented and dried, a process that can take several months. This processing process gives the vanilla beans their characteristic aroma.

Finally, the vanilla beans are sorted, packaged and ready to be sold in the market. Papua New Guinea vanilla is valued for its unique flavor and is used in various products including perfumes, food products and beverages.

Vanilla tahitensis is unique and has received numerous awards of excellence during agricultural competitions. Its powerful fragrance and rarity enhances desserts and preparations of all kinds. In addition, the health benefits of Vanilla tahitensis are recognized. It is appreciated not only for its taste, but also for its health benefits.

The world of vanilla is great, planifolia and Tahitensis vanilla pods will have the same story in Papua and since 2019, vanilla from Papua which will compete with planifolia bourbon vanilla from Madagascar.

Since 2010, Le Comptoir de Toamasina has been offering you the most beautiful vanilla pods.


Vanilla tahitensis , better known as Tahitian vanilla, is a variety of vanilla very popular for its fruity, floral and woody notes. To fully enjoy its aromas, it is important to store it well. Here are some tips from Comptoir de Toamasina for storing your Vanilla tahitensis. 

First of all, it is recommended not to grind or cut vanilla beans into small pieces before use. Indeed, ground vanilla quickly loses its aroma, while whole pods retain their flavor longer.

Then, it is best to store the vanilla pods in a cool, dry place away from light.  An ideal storage temperature is between 15 and 20°C.  It is also recommended to store them in an airtight container to prevent them from drying out.

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