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Homemade vanilla extract kit with a bundle of vanilla beans on the side
Homemade vanilla extract kit with a bundle of vanilla beans on the side
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Homemade Vanilla Extract Kit with Gourmet Vanilla Beans
homemade vanilla extract kit 6 pack

Homemade Vanilla Extract Kit with Organic Madagascar Vanilla Beans

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Description

Homemade Vanilla Extract Kit with 1 oz of Organic Madagascar Grade A Vanilla Beans

As any serious baker will tell you, pure, real, homemade vanilla extract can be the difference between a normal cookie and an award-winning confection! It is so much better that you probably think it must be difficult, expensive and time consuming to make. The reality is, it takes less of your time and effort to make real vanilla extract than it does to bake the cookies you add it to, and the cost is comparable or less than just buying vanilla extract.

 We provide you the kit to make your very own vanilla extract and you just have to add your favorite alcohol! Included in the kit is an 8.5 oz glass jar with swing top lid, label to mark details of the extract, and an ounce of our best selling Madagascar Grade A vanilla beans. The beans included are some of the best in the world, and are grown especially for extract use. They will help you create a delicious vanilla single fold extract of your very own in 4 easy steps!

Step1 - Split the included beans the long way then cut them into smaller pieces and place inside of the included jar.

Step 2 - Completely submerge your beans by adding 8 oz of your favorite vodka, rum, bourbon, or brandy.

Step 3 - Give your new, delicious concoction a shake 1 - 2 times a week.

Step 4 - Try not to run out of patience. It takes about 6 months to 1 year for the vanilla beans to magically turn the alcohol into pure, homemade vanilla extract. After 6 months is up, you can test your extract by adding it to a bit of whipped cream to taste the potency. The vanilla beans can be removed, but if you leave the vanilla beans in the bottle, the rich flavor will continue to evolve like wine does. 

Store your vanilla extract out of direct sunlight and at room temperature and it will last literally forever, if you don’t use it up!!

This kit is sold with 1 ounce of vanilla beans which can be anywhere from 6-10 beans as beans can vary in size. 

Customer Reviews

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EINNIFER

I bought these for my daughter and I in December. I am excited to try it in 8 months.

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Denise

These made great Christmas gifts and were put to use as soon as they arrived. Wonderful gift idea and cool gift. Thanks, Denise*

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Catherine

Great product, quick delivery

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Merri

Perfect kit. Really excited to brew
my own extract.

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Angela

Was so excited to give this to daughter for Christmas, but so disappointed just found out from her it didn’t come with the vanilla beans. So that was an expensive jar.

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Rebecca

Came quickly and I immediately set it you so I would have some vanilla extra next year for the holidays - can’t wait

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Evelyn

I liked all of the product. The beans were in great shape I used the beans to make bourbon vanilla, now I just have to wait several months.

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Melanie
Totally happy with my kit

I purchased my kit in March of 2023. It came with the swing top bottle, label, and beans. Everything was included. Seems to be some confusion about what comes in the kits now. The keyword kit makes you believe that everything you need is included. I gave the product this review based on what I received and continue to enjoy now that its July 2023. Are you really charging 35.00 for the swing top bottle now and .50 cents for the label? I am sure this is just a misunderstanding... right?

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K.B.

Love it