We all know that cinnamon is one of the most beloved spices in the world, but most of us don’t know where it comes from?
We are using cinnamon everyday, but do you know where it grows and how it comes to us as final product?
Cinnamon is a sweet spice, and it goes very well with many different kinds of food, such as soups, meat and chicken. We use it in variety of desserts, such as churros and cobblers. Also, it is our best friend at breakfast.
Some of us are using cinnamon when they want to lose some weight or get some much needed beauty sleep. Cinnamon is great to enhance your metabolism on a natural way.
You will be surprised when you find out where cinnamon comes from.
Cinnamon is actually the dried and curled up inner bark of one of several varietals of trees in the genus Cinnamomum.
Cassia Cinnamon is one of those varietals and the majority of it grows in the lush Kerenci Valley on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia. It’s a sustainable crop that has been harvested in more or less the same way for centuries.
Come along as we show you how the inner bark of the tree is harvested and dried to form this incomparable spice loved around the world.