2nd October 2019

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What is the difference between vanilla and French vanilla coffee?

A. Vanilla bean varieties are often named for where they're grown, like Madagascar, Tahiti and Mexico. That's not the case with French vanilla. The name refers not to a vanilla variety but to the classic French way of making ice cream using an egg-custard base.

What kind of coffee is French vanilla?

It is a little known fact that French Vanilla is not a vanilla flavor at all, but a term used to describe the French method of making ice cream using egg yolks, cream, and vanilla pods. Our French Vanilla flavored coffee captures these special qualities on our light roast blend of beans.
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