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Organic Ceylon Cinnamon

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Ceylon cinnamon - a pinch full of excellent flavor

Cinnamon is associated with apple pie, mulled wine and Christmas. However, in fact, it will also work well in many other dishes. This exotic spice provides a unique flavor and plenty of warmth. Ceylon cinnamon belongs to the group of so-called thermogenics, i.e. food that has warming up and metabolism-boosting properties.

Oriental flavor and a lot of valuable substances in Ceylon cinnamon

What is cinnamon? This is the powdered bark of a tree, but not just any - Ceylon cinnamon comes from a tree that grows in Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, and also in Japan. This is the best variety of cinnamon because it tastes sweet and the bark of the tree is soft and it is very easy to grind it into a fine powder. Ceylon cinnamon has been used in cooking and in folk medicine for thousands of years. Its exotic and subtle taste is still eagerly added to dishes not only in oriental cuisine. Not only is it tasty, but it also contains many valuable substances and properties, including iron, calcium, manganese and fiber. Cinnamon is an excellent, natural ally for weight loss - people who struggle with excess kilograms should consume it as often as possible.

Ceylon cinnamon - for Christmas and everyday baking

Natural and ecological bio ground Ceylon cinnamon is one of the spices that should be present in a healthy kitchen all year round. First of all, it tastes great in all kinds of cakes, and goes especially well with apple pies. You can also add it to homemade cookies or grain bars - they will become more fragrant and aromatic. Of course, let's not forget that the smell of cinnamon is also associated with Christmas - it's worth adding a lot of it to Christmas gingerbread.

Aroma for coffee, tea and cocktails

Ceylon cinnamon also improves the taste of coffee and tea. But not only that - this spice can be a rescue for people who like freshly brewed ground coffee and hate coffee grounds - cinnamon sticks together the coffee grounds, making the drink not only more aromatic, but also transparent. A pinch of ground cinnamon can also be added to nourishing smoothies based on milk, kefir or yogurt. It will also be perfect as an aromatized additive to tinctures and to mulled beer or wine. It will be perfect for cool autumn and winter evenings.

Wondering where to buy cinnamon? The Ekogram online store offers high-quality Ceylon cinnamon at an attractive price.

Product Information Ceylon Cinnamon

Producer: Michał Pelc ANAGRAM, Wiarusa 3/3, 32-087 Zielonki

100% BIO Ground Ceylon cinnamon

Country of origin:


Net quantity:

25g / 100g


The product comes from organic farming, covered by the certificate: PL-EKO-03.

Allergens: The product may contain gluten, peanuts and other nuts, sesame and soy due to the processing in the facility where products containing these allergens are packed.
Expiration date: All products come from regular deliveries.

Ceylon cinnamon nutritional values

Nutritional value in 100g of the product:
Energy value 1332 kJ / 317 kcal
Fat 3.2 g
including saturated fatty acids 0.9 g
Carbohydrates 56 g
including sugars 55.4 g
Protein 3.9 g
Salt 0.06 g