Seeds are magical, and the smaller they are the more beauty they possess. While the outer portion of the cured vanilla pod exudes a woody, spicy scent, the tiny seeds inside the pod contain the creamy, buttery and musky aspects of vanilla. The separated seeds are twice the price of the pod hulls and are known in the Spice Trade as "vanilla caviar."
To amplify the buttery decadence of the pure vanilla caviar tincture, Christi layered in companion tones of exotic natural plumeria concrete, as well as ambrette and sesame seeds - two other staples of the Spice Trade. This vanilla soliflore has a timeless quality and elicits a phantom "mouthfeel" - the litmus test of a true gourmand.