If the word “gourmet” is familiar to you, it means you like to cook. And cooking, of course, means use of spices. Cinnamon, a spice from the bark of the tree, grows in Madagascar, despite the fact that it is called the Ceylon cinnamon tree. Flavour your dishes with this classic of culinary art, packaged in the form of Cinnamon Sticks.
A spice that symbolises Madagascar’s East coast beauty
Madagascar’s East Coast is best known for its greenery. The cinnamon trees are found in this lush flora. The region is home to a large number of endemic plants, including well-known varieties such as the Ceylon cinnamon tree. The spicy sticks come from the bark of the tree. Its fragrance recalls the fresh sea breeze and the humid warm climate. Its delicate notes will delight everyone. You should also try the Cinnamon Powder which is easy to use and highly flavoured.
Cinnamon Sticks, tasty to the very last bite
In the morning, at tea time, at lunch, or at dinner, you know very well that cinnamon is your best ally. It brings a sweet aroma to breakfast. Cinnamon also adds a touch of fantasy to home recipes with white or red meat. Whether you cook turkey or lamb, you can be sure of the result. If you prefer desserts or sweet food, cinnamon is perfect. Cinnamon Sticks are a key spice in your candied or boiled fruit dishes such as compotes and jams. It also has extraordinary health virtues. It strengthens immune defences with its antibacterial and anti-free radical properties. It protects muscles from inflammation in case of fatigue. Finally, to prevent colds, a cinnamon herbal tea will do you a lot of good.