Cinnamon Sticks - 1.25oz
Item #: RTS201
Our Price: $4.99
54 units available



Cinnamon is one of the oldest and most versatile spices in the world. The spice is produced from the bark of a small laurel-like evergreen tree. The outer bark is removed leaving the fragrant inner bark to be rolled into the familiar cinnamon stick.

Use in desserts, baked goods, beverages, curries, stews, meat, vegetables and fruits.

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