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When you mix vanilla and sugar, you get vanilla sugar—which is definitely pretty delicious. But when you mix Tahitian vanilla beans with pure cane sugar harvested using fair trade practices, you get an even tastier combo that you can feel really good about buying.
I bought this vanilla sugar awhile back and I dint know why I waited so long to use it but it is amazing!!!!! It adds a wonderful touch to hot tea or coffee. Just the right amount of vanilla and so so yummy!5
I love vanilla bean and this added to a sugar and then to my morning coffee is amazing. best idea ever5
I gave this as a birthday gift, with a Mighty Tea box and a monogrammed candle. It was a big hit.5
This sugar is very yummy! I added some to granola last week, and this week my husband used it to rim the glass of his pumpkin beer. Great small gift for someone too!4
Just the smell of this vanilla sugar is enough to make your mouth water! I added a pinch to my coffee and it was so good! Cannot wait to try this sugar when making bake goods.5
I had a lot of points saved up, so I decided to use some of them on this product. I'm a foodie, so this seemed like the perfect thing for me to try. I do like this sweet little product, but it was not absolutely amazing for me. If you're a foodie, have the money/points, and you are feeling adventurous, I say give it a go.4
I received this in the Home box, and loved it so much that I had to reorder and share. It's a wonderful and subtle vanilla flavor that makes my morning coffee seem like a special treat.5
I will be switching over from my old brand! Much more vanilla flavor at a lower price. Great in coffee and tea.5
I love this! Sprinkle it on toast, cookies, waffles....And for a spectacular finish to a store-bought or homemade pie, sprinkle this divine sugar liberally on the top crust before it goes in the oven. Your pie will be sparkly, crunchy, delectable!
I'll be the first to admit that I'm not a big fan of flavored coffee. But after years of drinking my morning coffee exactly the same way (no milk, 1 1/2 teaspoons of sugar), I decided to try substituting the vanilla bean sugar. What a difference. The flavor is subtle but noticeable, and I can still taste the robust flavor of my dark roast coffee; the vanilla beans give it a subtle but noticeable (and delicious) undertone. The vanilla bean sugar tastes great in tea as well; my next experiment will be trying it in oatmeal!5