Cinnamon, Vietnamese (Cassia)

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Meet Vietnamese Cinnamon, our favorite for baking! Vietnamese cinnamon, also known as Saigon cinnamon, is a type of cinnamon that originates from Vietnam.

Vietnamese Cinnamon is technically Cassia. Cassia and cinnamon are both spices derived from the bark of trees in the Cinnamomum genus, but they come from different species and have different flavor profiles.

This rich, vibrant Vietnamese cinnamon has a sweet, spicy flavor with notes of clove and citrus. Vietnamese cinnamon has a strong and fragrant aroma that fills the air when you're baking. Vietnamese cinnamon is prized by pastry chefs for its superior flavor.

If you bake, you want Vietnamese Cinnamon in your spice rack. We love what a pinch does in a batch of chocolate chip cookies. This cinnamon is amazing in your morning oatmeal. We use Vietnamese Cinnamon to blend our signature baking blends: British Cake Spice, Apple Pie Spice and Gingerbread Spice.

Suggested Recipes:

Three Ingredient Palmiers
Maple Tahini Latte
Aztec Chocolate Mousse
Cinnamon Spiced Candied Bacon
Cardamom Coffee Cake
Monkey Bread with Vanilla Bean Glaze
Apple Blueberry Crisp
Soft and Sugary Ginger Cookies
Honeycrisp Apple Sangria
Cherry Chia Granola
Hazelnut Coffee Cake Muffins
Easy Cardamom Cruffins
Sock it to Me Cake

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