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Clearance Padang Cassia Cinnamon
Clearance Padang Cassia Cinnamon
Clearance Padang Cassia Cinnamon
Clearance Padang Cassia Cinnamon
Clearance Padang Cassia Cinnamon
Clearance Padang Cassia Cinnamon

Clearance Padang Cassia Cinnamon

Caramel, Hazelnut, Orange Zest

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Our fragrant Cassia cinnamon is harvested from premium cinnamon trees and has a stronger, pungent and spicier flavor than Ceylon cinnamon. This difference makes it perfect for everything from baked goods to savory stews and braising red meats - any dish that can benefit from a spicy burst of cinnamon flavor will transform with this spice!

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Top Recipes with Clearance Padang Cassia Cinnamon

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Highlights

Origin:

West Sumatra, Indonesia

Tasting Notes:

Caramel, Hazelnut, Orange Zest

100% Fresh Ingredients

You can trace our spices back to the farm where they were grown

Chef Tested

All our recipes are chef-tested (and tasted) -we don't sell it to you unless we love it

Straight From The Source

We work with farmers, nonprofit organizations, and agricultural cooperatives to obtain spices directly from the people who grow them

Give Back Program

A portion of proceeds from every sale goes to feed individuals and families in our local community through our foundation, Tribe for Change

Origin & Sourcing

West Sumatra, Indonesia

In the misty Kerinci Valley of Sumatra, Indonesia, near the city of Padang, cassia cinnamon trees grow in regenerative forest plantations long established in the fertile, volcanic soil deposited by the ancient eruptions of nearby Mount Kerinci. Generations of farmers have been harvesting cassia—fiercer in flavor than its more delicate cousin ceylon—every 10 years by stripping the tree bark on location for maximum freshness. Then, on sleds pulled by buffalo through winding backwoods trails, the fragrant raw material makes its way to our fair-trade-certified organic farm to be sun-dried and ground.

Chef Spotlight

With Chef Trent - Founder

Trent Blodgett's journey started from battling chronic depression to finding solace and purpose in cooking. Trained to cook at an upscale Spanish restaurant in San Francisco led to a chef position running large events and pop up dinners throughout the Bay Area. Immersed in the captivating world of flavors and scents, Trent became fascinated by the history and cultural influences of cuisine.

Driven by his newfound passion, Trent embarked on extensive travels, collecting spices that reminded him of the diverse culinary experiences he encountered. Cooking became his medicine and meditation, transforming his outlook on life. This transformative journey led Trent to establish Spice Tribe, a platform to share his spice blends, stories, and the belief that a shift in cooking perspective can profoundly impact one's existence.

Tips for Success

Cooking tips from our chefs

The flavor compounds of chiles disperse in oil. Use less in oil based dishes and more in water based dishes to find the right amount of heat.

Reviews

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    Althea S.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Cooking Skills Advanced
    Favorite things about the spice? Tastes Fresh, Great Value, Versatile, Great Flavor
    Which cuisines did you use your spice in mostly? North American, Latin American
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    10 seconds ago
    Delicious

    I use the cinnamon in my coffee every morning and it is delicious and delightful!!! I even had my son put some in his Turkey Chili and the taste was marvelous.

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    Laura T.
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    I recommend this product
    Cooking Skills Intermediate
    Favorite things about the spice? Great Flavor, Great Value
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 months ago
    Love this cinnamon

    I love the intense flavor of this cinnamon. It's wonderful for baking, cinnamon toast, sprinkled on coffee, roasted sweet potatoes, so many dishes

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is difference between Ceylon cinnamon and cassia?

Cassia has a stronger and spicier flavor while Ceylon is more subtle nuanced and floral. Ceylon is more expensive and has a softer bark that can be broken with your hands while cassia is much harder and made from older trees.

How many types of cassia are there?

There are three types of cassia Indonesian, Chinese and Vietnamese.

Where does cassia come from?

Our cassia is hand harvested from the bark of cinnamon trees in Indonesia.

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