Ceylon Cinnamon Chips, Quillings, Tea Cuts
Available on backorder
- Quilling No1: 2- 6 cm in size. Large broken pieces of cinnamon. End product of cutting and bailing cinnamon. 5% contains chips. Used for powder.
- Quilling No2: Mostly contains 2 cm size broken cinnamon. End product of cutting and bailing cinnamon. 15% contains chips. Used for powder.
- Chips No1: Contains dried bark of cinnamon tree stems & trimmings. Used for Grade 3 quality cinnamon powder.
- Chips No2: Contains dried bark of cinnamon tree stems & trimmings. Used for the distillation of oil.
- Tea Cut No1: Mostly contains No 1 Quilling. Used to make specialty teas.
About Ceylon Cinnamon
Ceylon cinnamon is native to Sri Lanka (Ceylon). Sri Lanka is the world’s largest producer of Ceylon cinnamon to the world. Other names: Cinnamomum zeylanicum Sp. Canela de ceilán Fr. Cannelle de Ceylan NL. Ceylon kaneel Ge. Ceylon-Zimt Sin. ලංකා කුරුඳු.
Ceylon cinnamon has a pale brown to slightly reddish color and is made up of multiple thin slivers of Cinnamon bark rolled into a cigar-shaped cinnamon stick. Ceylon cinnamon has a delicate, sweet flavor.
Ceylon cinnamon is the safest cinnamon in the world due to a lower level of Coumarin (0.017g/ Kg.) Ceylon cinnamon is graded according to diameter, number of whole quills, foxing, and cinnamaldehyde oil content.