Singing Dog Vanilla, Pure Vanilla Extract, Farm Grown , 2 fl oz (59 ml)
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- All Natural
- Gluten Free
- Sugar Free
- Fair Trade Plus+
Enjoy the taste of Real Vanilla without the added sugar or fructose found in most vanilla extracts.
Singing Dog Vanilla vanilla beans are grown using traditional, organic growing methods for a smooth mellow vanilla flavor. You will taste the difference.
Water, alcohol (35%), organic vanilla bean extractives
iHerb Customer Reviews
A good, pure vanilla extract can make all the difference. This extract has a vanilla scent and flavour that seems much more complex than other brands. As with other higher end extracts, you don't need to use as much, so the slightly higher price is worthwhile.
Very nice. used it in my baking and added some to my smoothies and oatmeal. very nice. does not taste artificial or anything. very definitely repurchase. :)
Just what I wanted
Posted by 5192184763716276268 on Jan 22, 2016
Great pricing and very quick delivery time..simply amazing
Ok, nothing special
Posted by Reviewer3242804 on May 31, 2015
I didn't like the alcohol, I could not get rid of the ethanol flavor/aroma. The vanilla is nice though
Posted by VitalityVee on Apr 17, 2015
Very strong, high quality vanilla so few precious drops goes a long way in recipes!
Good unsweetened vanilla
Posted by 5248958136506666715 on Apr 16, 2015
Less than a decade ago, all the good vanilla extracts were just hard liquor and vanilla. Vanilla is mostly perceived through its aroma, and like salt, it strengthens whatever flavors it accompanies. When people taste vanilla straight out of the bottle, and it will taste strongly alcoholic because of the strengthening effect of the vanilla on the alcohol's flavor. Once added to baked goods or diluted in drinks, the alcohol is no longer noticeable. I can't eat corn products, and I cook for diabetics who need to avoid excess sugars, so the recent addition of corn syrup to extracts is extremely frustrating, especially since it's grown out of the misconception that quality extracts should be sweet and delicious out of the bottle. Aroma is more pertinent than flavor for determining quality extracts. Singing Dog has a moderately strong vanilla aroma, and it's successfully added the flavor that my baked goods and hot chocolate have been missing. I think I would like it to be a little heavier, but it works.