Bonch Vanilla – The history of vanilla goes back to the ancient Indian tribes. Totonaco, even before they were captured by the Aztecs, added vanilla to food and drinks, and paid tribute with vanilla beans. The Aztecs came up with the idea to make a delicious drink from vanilla, adding cocoa and honey. This drink was very much liked by Hernán Cortes, the Spanish conquistador, who brought vanilla to Europe, where it became widespread. Then this spice was available only to the elite, the nobility, as it cost more than gold. In the XVI-XVII centuries, vanilla was considered not a spice, but an aphrodisiac, it is a strong aphrodisiac. Nobles and rich people wiped the body with fragrant, bewitchingly sweet vanilla essence, and in France they came up with the idea of adding it to perfumes and smoking tobacco. Vanilla has been added to confectionery and drinks and pairs well with saffron and cinnamon.
The unique aroma of vanilla is best revealed in liquid form – in the composition of cream, ice cream, wine or dough. The subtle, captivating aroma of vanilla awakens the senses and energizes.
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