Cinnamon Tree Organics single origin ground Ceylon cinnamon  1.25Oz
Cinnamon Tree Organics Single origin ground Ceylon cinnamon
Cinnamon Tree Organics single origin ground Ceylon cinnamon  3.5Oz
Cinnamon Tree Organics ground Ceylon cinnamon from Sri Lanka

Ground Ceylon Cinnamon


Cinnamon Verum or Ceylon cinnamon tastes very different to cassia varieties that are more widely available in North America, and yet preserves that cinnamon flavor you love in cinnamon buns and other baked goods.
  • Also known as Cinnamomum Verum or Cinnamomum Zeylanicum
  • Heirloom variety native to Sri Lanka
  • Sourced from the central hills of Sri Lanka 
  • Organically grown

Tastes floral and earthy with notes of honey and crystallized ginger.

Ceylon cinnamon is native to Sri Lanka (known as Ceylon prior to 1948) and is a rare find in North America. If you or someone you know usually says "I'm not a fan of cinnamon," that's because you've been eating the strong "in your face" cassia. Try Ceylon and you're in for a wonderful surprise!

Great uses

  • Bake into cakes, breads, cupcakes, muffins
  • Sprinkle over fresh fruit, yogurt, pancakes, oatmeal, chia pudding and other breakfasts
  • Add to your morning coffee and tea for a special treat and mix into smoothies and lattes
  • Shake over ice cream, puddings, cheesecake, chocolate tart and other desserts
  • Stir into soups, chili, curries and sauces to elevate flavors of other spices you are adding
  • Make fresh cinnamon tea: add 1 tablespoon ground Ceylon cinnamon or crush one Ceylon cinnamon stick into boiling water and steep for 10 minutes, covered.

Good pairing combos: cardamom, nutmegcloves

Detailed harvesting process

The harvest season for Ceylon cinnamon in Sri Lanka is from June to August each year. Our cinnamon farmer, Mr. Dinesh, works to harvest all of his crop at this time. We buy a portion of this as whole cinnamon sticks while the rest is milled on demand, grinding each small batch exactly when we need it. This way, the ground cinnamon that you get from us has its natural oils preserved — you will smell and taste the difference.

Did you know that cinnamon powder you buy off a grocery store shelf can be 4-5 years old? The natural oils that give the spice its flavor and aroma (not to say anything about any health benefits) will have already be dried up by then!