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Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks - 50g

Original price HK$98.00 - Original price HK$98.00
Original price
HK$98.00 - HK$98.00
Current price HK$98.00

Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks are a type of cinnamon derived from the Cinnamomum verum tree, also known as "true cinnamon."
Ceylon cinnamon is predominantly grown in Sri Lanka and is highly regarded for its distinct flavor and aroma.

Organic Ceylon cinnamon sticks are sourced from trees that are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or other chemicals, adhering to organic farming practices.
This ensures that the cinnamon sticks are free from harmful residues and are produced in an environmentally sustainable manner.

Ceylon cinnamon is known for its delicate and slightly sweet flavor compared to other varieties of cinnamon, such as cassia cinnamon.
The cinnamon sticks are derived from the inner bark of the Cinnamomum verum tree, which is carefully harvested and dried.
They are typically light brown in color and have a thin, brittle texture.

Organic Ceylon cinnamon sticks are commonly used in cooking, baking, and infusing beverages to add a warm, fragrant, and subtly sweet flavor.
They can be added to recipes whole, or they can be ground into a powder for easier incorporation into various dishes.

Due to its unique characteristics and organic production methods, Organic Ceylon Cinnamon is often considered a premium and sought-after variety of cinnamon.

How to use organic Ceylon cinnamon sticks
Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks can be used in various ways to infuse a warm and aromatic flavor into your dishes.
Here are some common methods for using them:

1. Infusing in Beverages: Add a cinnamon stick to hot beverages like tea, coffee, or hot apple cider to enhance the flavor and aroma. Simply place the cinnamon stick in the liquid and allow it to steep for a few minutes. Remove the stick before serving.

2. Flavoring Soups and Stews: Place a cinnamon stick in your soup or stew while it's cooking to infuse a subtle cinnamon flavor. Remember to remove the stick before serving the dish.

3. Mulled Drinks: Use cinnamon sticks in mulled wine, spiced cider, or other warm beverages. Simmer the liquid with the cinnamon sticks, along with other spices and fruits, to create a flavorful and comforting drink.

4. Baking and Cooking: Cinnamon sticks can be used in baking recipes like cakes, cookies, and bread. You can also add them to rice dishes, curries, and sauces to impart a fragrant flavor. Simply add the whole stick during cooking and remove it before serving.

5. Flavoring Syrups and Infusions: Add a cinnamon stick to syrups, infusions, or marinades to infuse them with a warm and spicy taste. Simmer the mixture with the cinnamon stick to allow the flavors to meld together.

Remember that Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks are generally more delicate and sweeter in flavor compared to other varieties of cinnamon. Start with a smaller amount and adjust according to your taste preferences. Enjoy experimenting with this versatile spice in your culinary creations!

How to make cinnamon powder? 

We use Vitamix to make cinnamon powder for our recipes. 

You can make your DIY cinnamon essence and syrup. For the cinnamon essence, add 2-3 sticks of cinnamon sticks to a bottle of rum or vodka and let it infuse for 2-3 weeks before using. For cinnamon syrup you can infuse a stick in your bottle of Coconut Syrup or jar of honey. For a more intense syrup, you can boil Coconut Flower Sugar with water and a stick of cinnamon to make a syrup too!

Other usage
Did you know that cinnamon has a powerful anti fungal properties? A cinnamon foot bath can be a remedy for Athletes foot. Break 4 sticks into your hot foot bath and soak your feet in the cinnamon bath for 20 minutes. Try it!

Is cinnamon low FODMAP?
Cinnamon is generally considered low FODMAP in small amounts. FODMAPs (Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, and Polyols) are a group of carbohydrates that can trigger symptoms in some individuals with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or other digestive sensitivities.

Cinnamon itself does not contain significant amounts of FODMAPs. However, some individuals with IBS may be sensitive to certain compounds found in cinnamon, such as cinnamaldehyde, which can cause digestive symptoms in larger quantities.

The Monash University Low FODMAP Diet, a leading resource for FODMAP information, considers a serving of 1 teaspoon (approximately 2.6 grams) of ground cinnamon to be low FODMAP and generally well-tolerated. Larger amounts may have a higher FODMAP content and may be less suitable for individuals following a strict low FODMAP diet.

It's important to note that individual tolerance to FODMAPs can vary, and some people may still experience symptoms even with low FODMAP foods. If you have specific dietary concerns or are following a low FODMAP diet, it's advisable to consult with a registered dietitian or healthcare provider who specializes in digestive health to determine your individual tolerance and make personalized recommendations.

Ingredients: Organic Ceylon Cinnamon from Sri Lanka

Nutritional value: N/A

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Anna-Karen Hoerdahl
Organic sweet cinnamon sticks

The cinnamon is really tasty, sweet, aromatic and spicy. Love it!

Thank you for your purchase and review ! How did you use the cinnamon sticks? Hope you enjoy it !