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Ceylon cinnamon sticks 500 g


£40.00* per 1 kg

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  • Whole cinnamon sticks
  • Mild, pleasantly sweet aroma
  • High quality Ceylon cinnamon
  • Perfect for desserts or home-made tea
  • No artificial flavouring, colouring or preservatives
Quality: Ceylon cinnamon sticks 500 g
Variety: Ceylon cinnamon sticks 500 g

Available, delivery time 6-7 days

BBD: 31.08.2023

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Do you like cinnamon? They you will love our Ceylon cinnamon! One thing is certain: not all cinnamon is the same. That's why we opted for the Ceylon cinnamon sticks, as you already know, we only select the absolute best products for you. What are you waiting for? Try our Ceylon cinnamon now and refine both sweet and savoury dishes with our all-rounder. Recipes with cinnamon The beautiful cinnamon sticks are particularly popular around Christmas time, when they are used for a wide range of recipes. Their flavour can't be missing when baking gingerbread, cinnamon cakes and rolls. But there are also lesser common ways to use it. We love to make it into an irresistible drink for cold winter mornings by mixing it with honey or agave syrup and hot water. A delicious home-made tea is the result. You can also use Ceylon cinnamon in hearty dishes, get creative! In Northern Africa and Asia, cinnamon is used as a spice on meats. It is also a component of these areas most used spice mixes, such as

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 1137 /  272
Fat 3.2 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 0.9 g
Carbohydrates 56 g
thereof sugar 55 g
Dietary fiber 24 g
Protein 3.9 g
Salt 0.07 g
Product number: ZIMT_002
Origin Sri Lanka
Content 0.5 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260654783117
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store at room temperature, protected from light.
Ingredients 100 % Ceylon cinnamon
Cross contamination No allergenes according to EU-VO 1169/2011 guidelines.
Best before date 31.08.2023
Trade Name Ceylon cinnamon sticks
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Questions & answers: Ceylon cinnamon sticks 500 g
To ensure that the cinnamon retains its intense aroma for as long as possible, you should store the spice in a cool, dry place. Our Ball Mason Jars are ideal for this purpose.
To produce cinnamon, the bark of the cinnamon tree is stripped of the outer layers. The Ceylon cinnamon is harvested in very thin layers of bark, which are then stitched together so that their appearance resembles a cigar. The cinnamon sticks are then dried.
Cinnamon is said to have a labor-promoting effect, but this is only noticeable when a very large amount of cinnamon is used. Cinnamon in large quantities can lead to side effects. However, the Ceylon variety in particular is not a problem for most women when taken in moderation. Nevertheless, we recommend that you consult with your doctor.
According to German authorities, the upper limit for cinnamon consumption is approximately 600 g per year. This corresponds to approximately 1.6 g per day.
Yes and no - Ceylon cinnamon is definitely a better choice for your baby due to its lower coumarin content. However, only small amounts of cinnamon are enough to cause lasting harm to your baby. We therefore recommend that you do not give your baby Ceylon cinnamon.
You should also be careful with cinnamon when breastfeeding, as large amounts of the spice can lead to side effects. We therefore recommend that you consult with your doctor.
Yes, our Ceylon cinnamon is vegan. Except ground cinnamon literally nothing comes into our bag, so the spice is purely vegetable.
Yes, our cinnamon sticks are gluten-free.
Our organic Cassia cinnamon is slightly spicier than the Ceylon cinnamon from our spice range. Cassia cinnamon sticks - from which the powder was ground, are coarser and thicker than the cinnamon sticks of Ceylon cinnamon. But this is not the only difference between the two varieties: Cassia cinnamon is darker and more intense in taste.
Sure! For savory dishes, such as stews, you can of course also give the cinnamon sticks whole in the pot. But if you need ground cinnamon, you can grind the cinnamon stick with a grater. If it does not have to be too precise, a crushing with the mortar is also sufficient. Our tip: Take a look at our ground organic Ceylon cinnamon - so you can save the crushing of the cinnamon sticks.
Our Ceylon cinnamon sticks have a wonderfully mild, pleasantly sweet aroma and convince simply every cinnamon lover. That's why you get the spice in the practical 500 g value pack. So you can share your favorite spice with your family members or flatmates without fearing that your next porridge will run out of cinnamon. If these are not arguments enough for our delicious cinnamon, we don't know what is.
Cassia cinnamon can be harmful to dogs due to its generally higher coumarin content. Ceylon cinnamon is harmless in small quantities and can even do your dog some good. However, you should discuss the exact amount with your veterinarian. And if you are looking for a wholesome food for your four-legged friend, take a look at our dog food assortment.

Varieties & Origin


Made from the inner bark of the Cinnamomum verum tree, Ceylon is the original form of cinnamon. The thinner the rind, the finer and more aromatic the cinnamon taste, which is nobler, more aromatic and less pungent than that of the Cassia variety.

Cultivation by country in tons
Country Tons
Indonesien 83734
China 81545
Vietnam 29053
Sri Lanka 24020

Cinnamon is a very old spice that originally came from Asia. Cinnamon trees are grown on plantations and harvested immediately after the rainy season, as the bark is then fresh and moist and can be easily peeled off. The quality of the cinnamon is based on the texture and color of its quills.


Fast normale Weihnachtsstimmung

Leckere Weihnachtsplätzchen im Winter und dazu der Duft von Zimt in der Nase: Unser Cassia Zimt schmeckt nicht nur gut, sondern weckt auch Erinnerungen an längst vergessene Weihnachten. Die Kollegen im Office sind aber nicht wählerisch und würden die Plätzchendose auch im Juni leer räumen.

Ganz ohne Eselsbrücke: Cassia Zimt stammt von...

... festhalten – der Zimtcassie. Die Pflanze gehört zu den Lorbeergewächsen und ist eigentlich in China heimisch. Das zimtig riechende Gewächs wird aber mittlerweile in vielen Ländern angebaut, unser Cassia Zimt stammt aus Indonesien.

Von Hand geerntet

Womit Du Deinen Milchreis verfeinerst, kann keine Maschine ernten. Denn die Rinde der Zimtcassie muss von Hand entfernt und dann von ihren äußeren Schichten befreit werden. Durch das Trocknen rollt sie sich dann aber ganz alleine zur Zimtstange zusammen.

Von wegen alles Zimt

Cassia vs. Ceylon: Beides geht bei uns als Zimt durch. Dabei unterscheiden sich die beiden Gewürze nicht nur leicht im Geschmack und ihrem Cumaringehalt – auch ihre Form ist anders. Die feine Rinde des Ceylon-Zimtbaums rollt sich wie eine Zigarre zusammen, Cassia Zimt sieht eher aus wie ein Rohr.

Snacks im Dutzend

Geerntet, getrocknet, gemahlen und verpackt. Wer das alles durchgemacht hat, hat sich eine kurze Verschnaufpause in bester Gesellschaft verdient. Deshalb warten unsere Snacks und Gewürze hier in unserem Lager auf Deine nächste Bestellung.

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7 Reviews

Carmela M.  | 16.06.2022

Excellent purchase

I am very happy to have found these Ceylon cinnamon sticks, indispensable for some herbal teas or in soups, such as pumpkin soup. Unlike others, which I had purchased elsewhere, these sticks are intact, not crumbled and have such a good aroma that they can be reused 2-3 times.

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Diana D.  | 25.04.2022

to recommend

Purely visually flawless, from the aroma, as cinnamon should be, how it tastes, I can say when the mulled wine is pulled through. Fast and uncomplicated delivery

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Anonymous  | 18.05.2021

Smell fantastic as soon as you open the package.

Smell fantastic as soon as you open the package. Toller would have been the resealable packaging, but we still use it enthusiastically.

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Anonymous  | 13.05.2021

Hier kann man nur sagen Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis stimmt

Hier kann man nur sagen Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis stimmt einfach und geschmacklich schmeckt der Rotkohl oder Milchreis mit dem Zimt sehr gut.

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Anonymous  | 24.03.2021

Finally a way to make a bulk pack of cinnamon sticks

Finally a way to buy a bulk pack of cinnamon sticks. All sticks intact and the scent is super cinnamony 😄

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Anonymous  | 27.01.2021

Nice uniform rods. No broken ones underneath. Super!

Nice uniform rods. No broken ones underneath. Super!

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