Cinnamon Ceylon

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Cinnamon sticks are obtained from the inner bark of trees from the genus Cinnamomum. Two types of cinnamon are available in India: Cinnamomum verum (referred to as Ceylon cinnamon) and Cinnamomum cassia (referred to as Chinese cinnamon).

It’s made from the inner bark of the Cinnamomum verum tree. Ceylon is tan-brown in color and contains many tight sticks with soft layers.The more expensive Ceylon cinnamon, which has a mild and sweet taste, is more suited to baking and desserts, and Chinese cinnamon, which has more of a spicy taste, is used in savoury dishes.

Ceylon cinnamon is one of the Spicekada products that isn’t produced in the Cardamom Hills. It is imported from Sri Lanka.

Cinnamon should be stored in an airtight glass container in a dark, cool place. Cinnamon sticks will stay fresh for about a year when stored like this, and even longer if the glass container is placed in a refrigerator.

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Ceylon Cinnamon Ceylon, or “true cinnamon,” is native to Sri Lanka and southern parts of India. It’s made from the inner bark of the Cinnamomum verum tree. Ceylon is tan-brown in color and contains many tight sticks with soft layers.

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