About Us Rewards Program FRANCHISING Email Newsletter Contact Us
Login  Join   Shop   Search   View Cart
Satisfaction Guaranteed! (888) 677-3322

Cinnamon, Vietnamese, Saigon Cassia: Chips

Expand Product Info ▼

Native to Vietnam and still grown there exclusively, this cassia is thought by many to be the best. Cassia is what we here in the States commonly known as cinnamon. But in reality, “true” cinnamon is the bark of a cinnamon tree, whereas what we know as cinnamon is the bark of a cassia tree. We crack Saigon in small batches weekly to ensure freshness.

Cassia trees must grow for 20 to 30 years before they can be harvested.

The unmatched flavor of Vietnamese Saigon cassia is stronger and sweeter than your best store bought cinnamon. The bark is thicker and darker than Indonesian cassia, producing a rich dark brown cinnamon. These chips are perfect for flavoring drinks or for grinding your own fresh and potent cinnamon.

Purchase in bags:

1 oz.

bag

$2.75

2 oz.

bag

$4.35

4 oz.

bag

$7.05

8 oz.

bag

$11.70

16 oz.

bag

$19.45

Purchase in glass bottles:

Small glass
(net 1.00 oz)

$3.85

Medium glass
(net 2.00 oz)

$5.55

Large glass
(net 6.00 oz)

$11.00

Purchase bottle refills (in bags):

Small refill (in bag)
(net 1.00 oz)

$2.70

Medium refill (in bag)
(net 2.00 oz)

$4.35

Large refill (in bag)
(net 6.00 oz)

$9.60

Vietnamese Saigon cassia is native to Vietnam and is still grown there exclusively.
The following recipes use Cinnamon, Vietnamese, Saigon Cassia: Chips.

“I just want to thank you for the service and products I received. The staff was friendly, knowledgeable, and genuine. I left with quality ingredients, recipes and a smile. I was able to pass on the sweetness and smiles to others with my new recipes!”

-Trista V. of Colorado Springs, CO

“I just want to thank you for the service and products I received. The staff was friendly, knowledgeable, and genuine. I left with quality ingredients, recipes and a smile. I was able to pass on the sweetness and smiles to others with my new recipes!”

-Trista V. of Colorado Springs, CO