Cinnamon was discovered in Sri Lanka by Portuguese. They
Identified it is a wild tree, researching its benifits and designing
method to cultivate and harvest it. In timecinnamon cultivation and
export became one of our prime assets as Sri Lanka produces 90% of
world's supply of true cinnamon.
This spice is used in both and savoury
foods, has a highlu fragrant aroma and is incredibly benificial for
health, frequently in traditional ayurvedic remedies.
Cinnamon isn't as well known as its tea export counterpart. Many that
live in and visit Sri Lanka are sure to see tea plantations and tea
Cinnamon cultivation is very unique process, also a scarcely
known operation. It is truely a one of a kind experience that is both
interesting and different, but if we cannot get your attention with
knowledge, then may be the cinnamon infused teas, cocktails or biscuits,
4 cours lunch might be more appealling.