USDA Certified Organic. Fair Trace Certified™. Cinnamomum verum. Non-Irradiated. Kosehr. Cinnamon - that most popular of spices - comes from the bark of an evergreen tree. Cinnamon's sweet spicy and warm fragrance adds pungent sweetness to your favorite baked goodies. You can also use it to add a depth of flavor to savory dishes as well. . By choosing this Fair Trade Certified™ product you are directly supporting a better life for farming families through fair prices direct trade community development and environmental stewardship.
"I love being able to purchase Frontier products at a better price than I can anywhere else, and I love Frontier products. When I first opened my bag of cinnamon, the aroma was what I first noticed. It is rich and textural. The taste is nothing like the cinnamon I have ever had, because it is Ceylon, the best and purest one can get."
"I received this product today and have since trashed it. I have used Frontier products in the past with really good results but this is the exception.
It didn't necessarily smell stale but it tasted very stale. It had a warm, objectionable peppery flavor that just lingered in a nasty way. I can take fermented, mint flavored cod liver oil straight but no way am I going to mess with this stuff."
"Had high hopes. Upon opening the bag was immediately put off by the odor - it smelled chemical. Being familiar with other "exotic" spices such as tumeric, coriander, cumin, hawag, etc., wasn't put off totally until this cinnamon was tasted. Unrecognizable, tasted adulterated. Cannot recommend."
"Yes, there is a huge difference in pseudo cinnamon and the real cinnamon bark that this product offers. There is no comparison between this and the "Vietnamese" or any other variety that's sold. Don't judge this fantastic product until you've tried it yourself. Yes, it's more expensive, but you're paying for quality. Trust me on this!"
"This is my first purchase of Ceylon cinnamon. I struggled to assign a rating because although it provides better nutrition than non-Ceylon cinnamon (usually Vietnamese) it has a very different flavor.The taste is much less sweet and pungent. But I'll gladly trade that extra punch of flavor for the health benefits I expect to have from this product."