There's a science behind this cinnamon's potency: Local farmers use a unique harvesting technique that concentrates essential oils while the bark is still on the tree, so none of the flavor compounds evaporate during the sun-drying process.
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Also known as Saigon cinnamon, Royal Cinnamon is a hard-to-find heirloom variety comes from the mountains of central Vietnam. Our recipe developers agreed it was the sweetest and brightest cinnamon we have ever tasted, with an aroma you can smell from across the room. It's clean-flavored and boldly spicy-sweet, yet with a delicate quality. To fully appreciate its flavor, we recommend trying Royal Cinnamon first in simple applications.
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Use it to make homemade ice cream, or blend it into ricotta or mascarpone with a touch of sugar for a pastry filling. Or dust it over oatmeal or Greek yogurt. The spiciness of Royal Cinnamon makes it perfect for Mexican-style hot chocolate, which prominently features cinnamon as a warming element. Or use it for our molasses cookies; Burlap and Barrel's product simultaneously enhances the spicy ginger and balances the deeper flavors of brown sugar and molasses.
This particularly strong cinnamon has the punch of cinnamon red hot candies and we love dusting over chai tea or hot coffee.
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