What? Vanilla is a perennial herbaceous climbing vine that can grow up to 25 meters (82 feet) high and takes up to 18 months to produce its first flowers. The small yellow-green orchid blooms for only a few hours before wilting unless it is naturally pollinated by insects, a rare occurrence, or by hand pollination by workers. Vanilla absolute is extracted from the beans of the plant. It is a thick brown substance that has a very sweet, vanilla aroma.
Why? Vanilla Absolute is popular for its sweet and gentle scent, and is widely used in the perfume and cosmetic industries. Vanilla Absolute is one of the most well known scents. The Absolute oil has a rich, sweet, vanilla odor. Vanillin is the main source of the characteristic vanilla scent and it has also been shown to have some antioxidant properties.