Frontier Co-op

Frontier Co-op Korintje Cinnamon Stick Chips, 1/4" - 1/2", Organic 1LB

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Indonesian cinnamon (Korintje cinnamon) is the most common cinnamon found in the US, frequently used for toast, muffins, oatmeal, and more in powder form. Frontier Co-op Korintje Cinnamon Chips are the perfect addition to soups, teas, coffee, stews, and more. Use them as an aromatic addition to cosmetic products or use to enhance the fragrance of a room. Our Korintje cinnamon chips are sourced from high elevations in Indonesia and are organic certified and kosher certified. 

  • Kosher
  • Organic
BOTANICAL NAME: Cinnamomum burmannii (Nees & T. Nees) Blume
FORM: Chips
LENGTH: 1/4-1/2"
ORIGIN: Indonesia
PACKAGING: Bottle w/disc cap
PLANT PART: Bark

ADDITIONAL PRODUCT DETAILS

Product Features

KORINTJE CINNAMON - This type of cinnamon is part of the cassia family and is also known as Korintje, Batavia cassia, Padang cassia, and Indonesian cinnamon. It’s the bark of an evergreen tree that grows to around 20 feet high and is known for its cinnamon aroma and intense flavor that comes from the bark.
A VERSATILE INGREDIENT - Most of us are more familiar with cinnamon in its ground form, but Korintje cinnamon chips are great for spicing stews, soups, and curries. And adding a whole Korintje stick to a pot of rice or curry highlights cinnamon’s clove-like sweetness.
FLAVORFUL AND AROMATIC - Our cinnamon (Cinnamomum burmanii) comes from Indonesia, where the altitude contributes to the spice's intense, reddish-brown color. It delivers a strong flavor kick along with a pleasant and spicy aroma.
ORGANIC FROM INDONESIA - Frontier Co-op Organic Korintje Cinnamon Stick Chips are grown and processed in Indonesia. This product is kosher certified, organic certified, and non-irradiated. There are no artificial additives or chemicals used during any step of the growing process.

Suggested Uses

Teas, Stews, Soups, Curries, Beverages.