Origin: Indonesia Botanical Name: Cinnamomum Burmannii
Cinnamon is derived from the bark of a tropical evergreen tree . In the United States and England, Cinnamon is most popular in sweet dishes such as apple pie, muffins, and cookies. The sticks are stirred into hot beverages, including mulled cider and wine.
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