Nothing but pure, organic, ground Ceylon cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum). No GMOs. No ETO (considered carcinogenic by the EPA). Not irradiated. Certified Organic by QAI. Kosher Certified by KSA. So good, it was voted "BEST" Ceylon Cinnamon by Epicurious in 2018.
You want "true cinnamon"? This is it. You’ll know Ceylon by its complex yet nuanced flavor. Ours is spicy in the true sense — but, with its 1 to 1.6% oil content, the flavor is mild and delicate. Comfortingly warm, not hot. Fruity, almost apple-cinnamony, floral and nectar-like, but only lightly sweet. It’s that complex. Its aroma is equally distinctive, with hints of floral and citrus complementing the warm-spicy notes.
Relationships matter. We source our Ceylon cinnamon from a long-standing co-op partner in Sri Lanka, where true Ceylon cinnamon originates. Close relationships with the small organic farmer co-ops allow us to help hand-select and develop supply, so we consistently bring you real Ceylon cinnamon with an exceptional flavor profile, and help ensure a consistent market for the farmers.
This award-winning cinnamon really shines in finer desserts with subtle flavors, like a spiced crème brulée. Experience its real, delicate flavor as a finishing spice on your French toast and fresh fruit. It’s also great in baked goods, but don’t stop there. Ceylon is the traditional cinnamon of Mexican cuisine, too. So, keep it handy for adding real, authentic flavor to everything from beverages and rice pudding to chorizo.
At Simply Organic, we are driven by the goodness of organics. From the field to your kitchen, we are committed to ensuring that our organic spices and seasonings are grown and processed in an ethical and sustainable manner.
We develop direct, honest and genuine relationships with growers to offer pure, premium quality spices for all your baking and cooking needs. And to contribute to the goodness of organics beyond your own kitchen, Simply Organic strives to nourish the millions of food insecure with organic foods through the Simply Organic Giving Fund, and supports numerous organic and sustainable farming communities as part of Frontier Co-op. To date, more than $2 million has been donated worldwide.