Types of Cinnamon Quills

Whole cinnamon are taken from the barks of the sticks of evergreen trees. They are harvested by peeling off the tree bark, and allowing it to curl up in quills as it dries. They are categorized in to many types according to the diameter of the sticks and no. of quills per kilo gram. Given below are the most common grades that the company has been dealing with.

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ALBA

The most expensive and extremely best quality cinnamon

Diameter of quills (6mm - 7mm)

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C4

Non Organic which is yellow in color

Diameter of quills (13mm - 14mm)

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H1

 Selected portion of rough Cinnamon in general quality

Diameter of quills (21mm - 22mm)

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Quillings - No.2

 Small chips of Cinnamon quillings

Small Cinnamon chips from preparation process

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C5 SPECIAL

 The 2nd best quality Cinnamon

Diameter of quills (8mm - 9mm)

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M5

Thin sticks and rough on the surface

Diameter of quills (15mm - 17mm)

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H2

 Sorted part of rough Cinnamon thicker than H1

Diameter of quills (23mm - 25mm)

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Cinnamon Powder

Fine Powder of Cinnamon obtained after processing

Fine powder min 90% < 0, (US 30 Mesh)

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C5

The 3rd best quality Cinnamon

Diameter of quills (10mm - 12mm)

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M4

Kind of sorted Cinnamon which are similar to M5

Diameter of quills (18mm - 20mm)

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CINNAMON QUILLING'S SPERFINE

Larger parts of Cinnamon quillings

Large Cinnamon chips from preparing process