Tahitian "Gold" Vanilla Beans or Tahitian Vanilla Beans refers to the thickest of the three (3) varities of vanilla and almost black in color. They are not as flavorful as Bourbon or Mexican vanilla beans, but are very aromatic, with complex floral aromas, which make them popular in making perfumes.

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