Cinnamon is a spice that comes from the inner bark of cinnamon trees native to China and Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon). Cinnamon, you either love it or you hate it! Actually, it's not that simple, it's all a question of quantities and choice of cinnamon.
Cinnamon is said to have stimulating and anti-inflammatory properties.
Chinese cinnamon is rich in coumarin, a substance reputed for its beneficial effect on blood circulation, but it should be consumed in moderation if you have liver complaints.
The sweet flavour can make it a substitute for sugar in some desserts.
A classic for evenings in the mountains to warm the body and soul.
Orange peel, cinnamon, and clove to brew for the cosiest après-ski moments.
While there are hundreds of varieties of cinnamon, the one we use in our infusions is Madagascar cinnamon.
The subtle and peppery Madagascar cinnamon brings warmth, a woody aspect, and a lingering flavour to our recipes.
It's ideal for a delicious scent in pastries, for example, or paired with its best friend, the apple.
Just like ginger, the benefits of cinnamon can be enjoyed in many herbal tea recipes.
It brings indulgence to our Apple&Cinnamon infusion, a job well done by our brewmasters with zero artificial flavours. Full of cinnamon goodness!
A touch of milk will round it off nicely: try our Chai Latte recipe for a moment of peace in the cosy warmth of your burrow.