"Maybe it's my nose, but this product has little smell or taste to me. I'm sorry I got a pound because I'm too tight to throw it away, so it will be around way too long. I feel like I'm eating brown sawdust."
"This is a fabulous product, we go through a lot of cinnamon in our house! This tastes much better than the products we have bought from the store! Saves money, tastes great, but a bag you will be surprised how easy it is to use it up!"
"I go through cinnamon like it's my job so it is natural for me to need a big bag like this. This cinnamon is much more potent than the low-quality cinnamon that you typically find at a grocery store. It is perfect for me and I don't have to worry about running out of it too quickly."
"I love to add cinnamon to oatmeal, cakes, pies, and many other baked goods. I decided to give this product a try, and then was surprised when it turned out to be the same product I'd been buying locally, from a bulk bin, only at several times the price! The cinnamon quality is high!"
"Good quality and good tasting cinnamon. We use cinnamon on a daily basis in just about everything. Love the flavor and the added health benefits. Happy to have found an organic cinnamon at a great value!!"
"I am really impressed with this cinnamon..... It tastes wonderful, smells great and, knowing that it is organic makes me feel good about serving it to my family! It may be a few cents more expensive, but the price is more than worth it."
"I have never tasted cinnamon SO good! It is not bitter, it has a delicate sweetness with the fragrant flavor of cinnamon that we expect. I use it daily in granola, on yogurt, in tea, and in baking. It is healthy, the price far beats what is available in the local stores, and I highly recommend it."
"This is not real cinnamon, it's actually a second cousin. You may not care, but if you're looking to reap the benefits of true cinnamon, I recommend looking for Cinnamomum verum/Cinnamomum zeylanicum. Cinnamon is produced from the inner bark of a small evergreen tree belonging to the Laurel family with the genus Cinnamomum. Although there are four commercial species of Cinnamomum, the global cinnamon market recognizes the product from only one species as true cinnamon. The product from the other three species, widely sold as cinnamon, is actually cassia."