Kidichi Ceylon Cinnamon

(11 customer reviews)


Woody but subtly sweet, this single origin cinnamon is grown completely organically by our partner small-hold farmer in the Kidichi village.


Flavour Notes:

Demerara Sugar - Citrus Fruits - Liquorice Root


This cinnamon is grown in what once were the private spice gardens of the first Sultan Seyyid Said, but the area has now been split up between multiple small-hold farmers. The cinnamon grows in a dense forest together with clove, jackfruit and rambutan trees.

Farmers take great care in removing the outer bark after which the inner bark is carefully peeled off and sun dried. They deliberately do not produce cinnamon quills as they feel this reduces the chance of any contamination and thus improves the quality.

Our cinnamon can be described as little sticks of citrusy, woody sugary goodness. When the cinnamon touches your tongue, you can just feel the sugar dissolving on your tastebuds.

Add a piece of cinnamon to simmer in stews, curries and rice dishes or sprinkle on top of some of your favourite desserts or baked goods.

11 reviews for Kidichi Ceylon Cinnamon

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  1. Very prompt delivery. Having smelled them at a friends, decided that they were perfect Christmas Gifts and a way of supporting people in the Global South who are more vulnerable to the global heating we in the West with are causing.

  2. I didn’t know cinnamon could taste like this! So sweet and fresh, it will dramatically improve my baking!

  3. Warm fresh aroma, really enhanced stewed frozen cherries. A little paler & more coarsely ground than the ‘big brand’

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Who grew our Kidichi Ceylon Cinnamon?
Ridhwan Amour Ali
Kidichi Farm
Ridhwan was born and raised in the Kidichi village. He is a farmer of fruits and spices and has been doing it for over 20 years. Ridhwan is very passionate about organic farming and is urging the world to make the switch.

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