Cinnamon Sticks, Ceylon

  • Many of us may recognize the flavor of cassia* as cinnamon, but the only true cinnamon is Ceylon cinnamon - the inner bark of the Cinnamomum verum tree (the cinnamon tree), native to Sri Lanka.  Harvested by hand in Sri Lanka, our Ceylon cinnamon sticks have a complex flavor that is delicately sweet, and slightly spicy, with a note of citrus.  Perfect for adding a light cinnamon touch to desserts.  Click on the "Recipe Ideas" tab to find out more.

    We offer our Ceylon cinnamon in stick form (hand-selected to ensure you receive the highest quality product), or in ground form.

    *In the US, because of the similarities in flavor, we generally recognize cassia as cinnamon (bark from cassia trees have a higher essential oil content than true cinnamon bark, giving cassia a more pronounced flavor and aroma than true cinnamon).  There are different types of cassia such as Vietnamese cinnamon (the sweetest & spiciest cinnamon), and Indonesian cinnamon (the most common cinnamon sold in grocery stores).  If you would like to learn more, explore our article "Spices Unearthed: Cinnamon & Cassia"
  • From Apple-Maple Muffins to Banana Bread to Spiced Pecan Pumpkin Bread to Chocolate Chip Cookies, from French toast in the morning to Mulled Red Wine at night, our Ceylon cinnamon adds a wonderful aroma and flavor to desserts, drinks, and your favorite baking recipes. 

    Click on the images below for these recipes and more using cinnamon:

    Apple spiced muffin recipe with ceylon cinnamon by SeasonWithSpice.comrecipes using ceylon cinnamon
  • Our Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks are offered in the following jar size:

    - Large glass jar with gold metal lid (28g, 7-8 sticks)

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