Cinnamon tea is a beverage made by soaking cinnamon stick in hot water, or by steeping organic cinnamon tea. This yields an aromatic beverage that tastes best when blended with other flavors and teas.
Cinnamon is a popular spice derived from the inner bark of the Cinnamon tree. It is produced in Sri Lanka, India, China, Vietnam, Brazil and Madagascar. The best variety of Cinnamon, with the best aroma, comes from Sri Lanka.
Cinnamon is made from the peeled, rolled inner bark of the cinnamon tree. Shoots from the coppiced cinnamon tree are harvested. Then the tough inner bark is pried out in long shoots that rolls into tight quills as it dries. The meter-long rolls are cut into portions.
The wet rolls are dried in a well-ventilated and warm room, usually within 4 to 6 hours to prevent infestation by pests. After the rolls turn into quills, it is graded according to size and the finished product is packaged for sale.
Making Cinnamon tea is very easy! Just break two or three cinnamon sticks in pieces (or two teaspoons of powder) and put in a cup. Pour freshly boiled water and steep for 10 minutes. Now you have aromatic cinnamon tea.
The aromatic Cinnamon tea tastes best with other teas and foods, which can be an option for others who can’t drink cinnamon tea alone. Cinnamon sticks can also be soaked to other teas for additional flavor.
Popular and great tasting ingredients to add to cinnamon tea are cream and honey. Cinnamon tea tastes good with pastries and cakes.
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