Cinnamomum cassis Once used in love potions and to perfume wealthy Romans, this very ancient spice comes from the bark of a tree that thrives in Sri Lanka (formerly known as Ceylon, a name still used to identify true cinnamon) and the Malabar Coast. It is extremely mild whether rolled in a stick or ground. While used mostly in sweets, it adds intrigue to savory dishes and meats. Some possible uses are: Baking, Desserts, Pomander Powder Spice, etc.
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