Loose Leaf Herbal Tea
Cinnamon Chips- Cinnamomum Cassia
Description: Cinnamon has been used for thousands of years and was highly sought and expensive in ancient times. Cinnamon may aid digestion, flatulence and ease vomiting. Cinnamon may temporarily accelerate physiological activity and inhibit bacterial growth.
Cinnamon is a spice made from the dried inner bark of a tree that is native to Indian and Sri Lanka. Like other aromatic spices from Asia, cinnamon played a significant role in the spice trade and the expansion of global cultures, as well as the world map.
The warm, spicy-sweet flavor of cinnamon makes the spice a popular baking spice and beverage flavoring agent. The cut and sifted bark, or cinnamon “chips,” can be combined with fresh coffee grounds for an exotic morning brew. Similarly, cinnamon chips lend spice to hot or iced teas.
Flavor Profile: Warm and spicy with sweetness. Blends well with vanilla, nutmeg, cloves and other warm spices.
Infusion: Cinnamon Dosage: Powder: 0.7 to 2.5 grams/ Tincture: 2 to 4 milliliters/ Spirit: 1 to 4 teaspoons/ Cinnamon Water: 1 to 2 fluid ounces
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