Cinnamon Cinnamomum cassia is the inner bark of a tropical evergreen tree native to India and South East Asia. It is one of the oldest and most popular spices, commonly used in baking and to make desserts like pies, cakes, puddings, cinnamon rolls, and breads. It is used in coffee, tea, mulled cider, and other beverages, as well as in chocolate sauces and syrups. It is used to flavor rice dishes, couscous pilaf, and in making curry powders. It is also an ingredient of garam masala, a spicy curry seasoning common to North India and South Asian cuisines. Organically grown in Vietnam. Protective amber glass jar. kosher and pareve.