It can be visually appealing, it tastes good, and it definitely smells good. Cassia Cinnamon Bark has many uses that appeal to senses. These chunks of cinnamon bark are from the Cassia Cinnamon Tree, Saigon Cinnamon, and are higher in oil content than most cinnamon. Ground it if you’re going to use it for cooking, or use whole for potpourri. Cassia Cinnamon Bark is fantastic in mulled wines, cider or even in your morning cup of coffee. Just add one tablespoon directly to the coffee in your filter basket before brewing. Whether it’s looking pretty in a glass bowl on your coffee table, making the room smell nice or jazzing up your coffee, this cinnamon bark is good to have around!