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 Cinnamon spice powder with whole cinnamon sticks

Look at that beautiful Cinnamon brown!


Our cinnamon spice is made from high quality inner Korintje cinnamon bark, which has a beautiful aroma & strong flavor. Our cinnamon is fine ground into a powder for maximum flavor.

it is perfect for baking, desserts, spice mixes, etc.



Cinnamon spice is made by finely grinding cinnamon sticks.




Cinnamon has a warm woody flavor.









Cinnamon Spice Powder (Cassia)

Volatile oil content of 2.0%

4 oz. Cinnamon Powder
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8 oz. Cinnamon Powder
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16 oz. Cinnamon Powder
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8 oz. roughly measures 1 cup




Four Inch Cinnamon Sticks (Cassa)




2 oz. Cinnamon Sticks
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4 oz. Cinnamon Sticks
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Cinnamon Spice Cooking Hints:


Cinnamon is a classic American ingredient in apple pies and cinnamon rolls.

This particular kind of cinnamon is especially suited for baking because its flavor is as strong as the regular Cassia cinnamon, but has a smoother flavor with less bite.

In the US, cinnamon spice is often added to baked goods, stewed fruits, applesauce and is a common ingredient in many spice mixtures, puddings, pastry spices, mulling spice, and even on toast.

Try adding cinnamon to marinades, mulled wine, soups, meats, pasta, breads, pastries, and even vegetables as is often done in Europe and Canada.

Mexico's famous Mole sauce contains cinnamon and it is a favorite topping for hot chocolate there.

Cinnamon is a common ingredient in Indian cooking, included in curry powders and the Garam Masala spice mixture.

Try adding cinnamon to the elegant flavor lamb.

Cinnamon recipes below!

Cinnamon spice powder

Other Uses of Cinnamon:


Cinnamon, in one form or another, is added to many nonfood consumer products such as gum, mouthwash, toothpaste, and flavored cinnamon toothpicks. Its warm flavor is often found in ciders, and some specialty beers, such as pumpkin and winter brews.

It is also used in perfumes, potpourri, and scented sprays.

Cinnamon Sticks & powder are often used in crafts such as making cinnamon scented candles and soaps.

Medical benefits of cinnamon have been suggested for ailments such as high cholesterol and certain types of diabetes. A cinnamon cholesterol reducing treatment is often ingested with "cinnamon capsules", gel caps filled with several grams of finely ground cinnamon. Recent medical research has even revealed that cinnamon contains a high concentration of antioxidants*.




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The Cinnamon Tree:


This Cinnamon plants botanical name is Cinnamomum Aromaticum, or Cassia cinnamon and belongs to the Laurel family, as do bay leaves and avocados.

Cassia cinnamon is an evergreen tree growing up to 40 feet tall and is covered with an aromatic bark. The leaves are symmetrical, oblong, about seven inches long and, have an appearance similar to bay leaves. Small yellow flowers hang from the ends of the branches and bloom in early summer.

Cassia grows in hot, wet, tropical climates both wild and commercially. During harvesting, the branches are cut down when the cinnamon bark has matured. After being removed, the cinnamon bark is then cut into short lengths that curl as they dry into the spice we know as cinnamon sticks.


History of Cinnamon Spice:

 People have used cinnamon spice in many cultures for thousands of years. Among other things,the Egyptians used cinnamon in embalming, the Romans loved its flavor; it is mentioned in ancient Chinese writings, and even mentioned in the Bible.

 Today most of us enjoy cinnamon in apple pies & on cinnamon buns.

Cinnamon Recipes:



Cinnamon Sugar

Cinnamon Sugar can easily be made by combining white granular sugar and finely ground cinnamon. Mix together seven parts granulated sugar to one part cinnamon powder.


Cinnamon Tea

Add approximately 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon to one cup of boiling water and steep for ten minutes.



Java Chicken (In a delicately Indonesian curry)

This is a great recipe with cinnamon!

3 lbs chicken

4 brazil nuts, ground

1/2 tsp chili powder

2 tsp coriander ground

1 tsp galangal (Laos powder), optional

1 garlic clove, crushed

1/2 tsp turmeric, ground

4 tbsp oil

2 onions chopped

3 cups coconut milk

1 tsp cinnamon powder

1 lemon grass stalk

2 tbsp lemon juice

Salt to taste

  1. Mix nuts, chili, coriander, galangal, garlic and turmeric to a paste with a little oil and rub over the chicken. Cover and refrigerate for a few hours.
  2. Heat remaining oil in pan and fry onions until golden and then add chicken pieces and fry until golden.
  3. Gradually add coconut milk, stirring while bringing to the boil to prevent curdling. Add lemon grass and cinnamon and simmer uncovered for 30 minutes when the sauce is thick.
  4. Stir in lemon juice and salt.
  5. Serve with plain rice.


Cinnamon Butter

Add cinnamon too softened butter to taste, mix well, and let it sit un-refrigerated one hour. Place butter mixture evenly along one edge of a sheet of wax paper. Roll the wax paper up and tightly tie off the ends of the "butter roll". Refrigerated or freeze until firm and after removing the paper, serve in slices.


Cinnamon Scented Soap

 Soaking cinnamon powder in plain rubbing alcohol for several days can make a cinnamon extract scent. Run the mixture through a coffee filter. Then, simply allow the alcohol to evaporate, and you will have potent cinnamon scent. (For consumption, substitute a strong drinking alcohol with little flavor)

To make Cinnamon scented soap, add cinnamon concentrate too melted Neutrogena (or similar brand) soap and allow cooling in a mold for shape. Try adding a sprinkling of cinnamon, or a small stick to the mold before the soap cools to add a decorative touch.


Cinnamon roll recipes are widely available on the Internet. Click here for all recipes.




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