The Indonesian cassia is derived from the bark of the evergreen tree Cinnamomum burmannii Blume species. It has botanical term of “Cassia Vera”. Cassia is mainly produced in the region of Korinci, West Sumatra, whereas Padang and Medan served as the main distribution centres.
The trees need at least ten years before it can be harvested. The branches are cut off during harvest. The outer bark is peeled off in order to expose the inner bark, which curls as it dries.
Currently, we offer several grades of Cassia as follows: