Cinnamon sticks Madagascar
Cinnamon is the dried bark of the cinnamon tree. The cinnamon tree grows in tropical maritime climates, at low altitude, on sandy soil. Cinnamon is used in pastry, fruit syrups, sauces, mutton tagines, fruit compotes, rice.
Our Madagascar cinnamon offers unique flavors with a sweet and slightly sweet cinnamon.
- Power of the spice: 6/10
- Main notes: a sweet and sweet cinnamon on the palate
- Use: Ideal for all savory dishes, especially meats
- Origin: Madagascar
Discover our cinnamon from Madagascar in stick and powder. Buy very high quality Malagasy cinnamon at the best price. The best cinnamon in the world in your kitchen.
Cinnamon sticks Madagascar
It is here at Comptoir de Toamasina, a real Comptoir des épices that you will buy the best cinnamon from Madagascar. It is a cinnamon of a chef, a cinnamon of gourmet with sweet and suave notes.
Cheaper than Ceylon cinnamon, it offers aromas that approach it.
So come and discover us and find out the price of cinnamon from Madagascar.
Comptoir de Toamasina tries to work as close as possible to cinnamon producers in Madagascar.
Purchase and Sale of Madagascar Cinnamon Stick or Madagascar Cinnamon Powder
The little story of Madagascar cinnamon
Cinnamon stick or powder comes from the cinnamon tree, an evergreen tree that can grow up to 15 meters in the wild. In cultivation the cinnamon tree measures a maximum of 3 meters.
You should know that cinnamon from Madagascar is true cinnamon. That is to say the original Ceylon cinnamon.
The first traces of cinnamon come from Sanskrit texts and in the Bible.
In the Middle Ages we find traces written in stew recipes, broths, creams.
Cinnamon was a rare and very precious spice.
During the discovery of the Indies by the Portuguese he had conflicts for this spice.
The conflict was between the Sri Lankans, Portuguese and Dutch in the 15th century then with the French and English in the 18th.
The Dutch settled on the Isle of Ceylon today Sri Lanka in 1656.
To have a monopoly on this spice, the Dutch destroyed all the plantations in India on the coast of Malabar to have a monopoly on the spice.
Following the conflicts, cinnamon was imported into other territories to avoid supply problems.
Today cinnamon is mainly consumed in North America USA in particular, Spain, Great Britain and Brazil.
Don't hesitate to discover our Madagascar vanilla.
What is cinnamon from madagascar
Cinnamon is the bark of the cinnamon tree, this tree grows only in the tropics. This bark is rolled up on itself to form a pipe.
For the cinnamon harvest, every two years the producers will take the inner bark of the tree to dry it.
Then during drying, the cinnamon rolls up on itself and becomes cinnamon pipe.
Cinnamon from Madagascar - CINNAMOMUM VERUM
Cinnamomum verum is true cinnamon. It’s the best cinnamon in the world.
This cinnamon comes from Ceylon, Brazil, India and Madagascar.
It is the most expensive cinnamon but its taste has the greatest finesse.
This is the high end of cinnamon.
Also discover our Bourbon vanilla from Madagascar
Product: Cinnamon from Madagascar
Packaging in Sachet or bottle: 30g in stick or 40g in powder
Feature: Frank notes with a slightly sweet taste
Tips for using cinnamon from Madagascar
In the kitchen, cinnamon perfumes hot wines, hot chocolate, coffee and tea very well.
In France, it is generally used to flavor desserts, pastries, cakes and cookies.
We love it especially in apple cakes.
In the Maghreb, Asia we will let it infuse in meats simmered with dried fruits.
As you can see cinnamon can be used in savory or sweet cooking.
Conservation of Madagascar cinnamon
To keep Madagascar cinnamon in the best conditions, Comptoir de Toamasina recommends that you store the extract protected from light and any temperature shock.
The virtues of cinnamon
Cinnamon does not exempt you from making an appointment with a health professional.
The virtues come from various works and they are just informative
Cinnamon is a natural stimulant.
It stimulates in particular the circulatory functions, it is also antiseptic and antispasmodic.
A long time ago we carried small boxes with cinnamon inside because it protects us from contagious diseases.