Ceylon Cinnamon Chips, Quillings, Tea Cuts

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  • 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.
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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.

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