Cinnamon Cassia, also known as "China cinnamon" is the bark of the Chinese cinnamon tree. However, as is often believed, this is not an inferior variety of cinnamon. Cassia is a strong and slightly sweet cinnamon. From us, the spice was filled into high-quality Selection ceramic pots and closed with noble cork lids.
BIO ceramic potty spice cinnamon Cassia ground
- sustainable ceramic pot with cork lid
- from controlled organic cultivation
- Content: 70g
- Cinnamon Cassia**
- Ceramic potty
- Filling Weight
- ** Aus kontrolliert biologischem Anbau
*May contain traces of cereals containing gluten, mustard and celery For further Informations on Ingredients, Mandatory information according to LMIV, etc
Hartkorn Gewürzmühle GmbH
Mhhhh, what smells so good of Christmas and childhood? Yes, that's right, it is this uniquely warm, sweet and yet also spicy scent of our ground cinnamon Cassia. Let its aroma envelop you and discover how versatile you can use it. By the way, compared to its colleague, the Ceylon cinnamon, it tastes a bit stronger and spicier.
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