Botanical Name: Cinnamomum Burmanii. Kosher Certified by Kosher Certification Services. Certified Organic by QAI. Origin: Indonesia. Provides a lovely scent to your home when boiled or added to potpourri.
"great size for fresh ground chai spice blend orange peel,cinnamon chips, fennel seed,,cardamom pods, bay leaf, dried ginger root, cloves, and black peppercorns brew one of your fave teas (china black is mine) grind some chai spice blend and pour fresh brewed tea over the spices MMMMMMMMMMMM save the ground spices and add to H20 chill and strain for a great drink or make Ice cubes mmmmmmmmmmmmmm for the 2nd time"
"These are useful to add flavor to teas, coffees, and sachets; without having powder clogging up the filters or having grit in the liquids (like pickling spices). I've been using cinnamon chips in coffee for years. When I ran out, and tried using powdered cinnamon, the filter clogged and ran over onto the counter. Try them and see the difference chips can make."
"These are more like chips of cinnamon pieces. They are coarser than a coarse grind. It is hard to explain how they are ground and even harder to figure out what anyone would do with them. They are too big to add to a dish and if you add them to a tea you would end up spitting out little chunks. You could put them in a sachet or a tea bag, but why do that when you can buy cinnamon ground or cinnamon sticks?"
"I purchased this because it was the best buy on your site. I did not realize cinnamon came thick in pieces like that. This cinnamon was not a real problem I used my nutri bullet to make it like powder. I do like Frontiers cinnamon better."