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Cinnamon oil...the aroma of "home for the holidays" fills your kitchen. Mix cinnamon oil with  sugar, light corn syrup, red food coloring, and confectioner's sugar to make rock candy!

Cinnamon oil soothes the soul in homemade candles, soaps, body sprays, and massage oils. Some use cinnamon oil as a home remedy for toothaches! At least two studies- one from a multi-national team of surgeons and another from French researchers indicate that cinnamon oil nullifies certain bacteria. Thus, you'll find cinnamon oil in natural sanitizers along with lemon balm and menthol-eucalyptus oil.

Cinnamon oil flavors cider, hard candies, coffees, cocktails, apples, desserts, and old-fashion toothpicks! 
For a water-soluble cinnamon solution, try our Cinnamon Bark Flavor!


It is employed mainly in the flavouring industry where it is used in meat and fast food seasonings, sauces and pickles, baked goods, confectionery, cola-type drinks, tobacco flavours and in dental and pharmaceutical preparations.
Appropriate for use in chocolates and coatings, but may cause some thickening. Add liquified coconut oil, or cocoa butter to thin/smooth (typical use is ¼ to ½ teaspoon per pound). 
This product is not water soluble. 


Contains: FDA Approved Natural & Artificial flavors and propylene glycol.
All of our oils are highly concentrated and are meant to be diluted. Do not apply any of our oils directly to your skin as redness and irritation may occur. If your skin doesn't come in contact, wash off with cool water and a small cloth.

Product Updates:

This product was previously named Cinnamon Bark Oil. Cinnamon Bark Oil is now Cinnamon Bark Flavor.  

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  1. high quality

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Apr 2018

    tried to buy cinnamon oil locally but it just didn't smell right. took a chance and ordered online and it was just as i remembered as a kid.

  2. Applebutter time

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Oct 2017

    Great for apple butter.

  3. Not as Strong as Expected

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Jan 2017

    In the old days you used to have to be careful with cinnamon oil because it would burn you. Although there was some risk, it was preferable because you could determine the strength in recipes. The oil doesn't seem to be near as strong now. Not sure what happened or why. With that said, this about as close as I have gotten to concentrated cinnamon oil so glad to have found it and the shipment was prompt and as promised.

  4. Not Hot

    Posted by Pat Fritze on 30th Dec 2016

    I used this in my Hot cinnamon Candy recipe and find it not to be hot. Only used 1 tsp as recipe called for. Maybe I need to use more. When I made the candy before I bought the oil at a pharmacy and it was very HOT.

  5. Not what I expected

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Dec 2016

    Tried to make candy with it, I began to wonder if it was even for cooking, tasted bitter

  6. Wonderful cinnamon candy

    Posted by Amy on 29th Dec 2015

    Very good quality cinnamon oil. Everyone said it was the best candy I have ever made. Must have been the oil.

  7. Great Cinnamon Oil

    Posted by Jim on 20th Oct 2014

    Bought it for years and has always been the best Cinnamon Oil I have found.

  8. Great house fragrance

    Posted by Rob on 30th Nov 2011

    Boil cinnamon sticks in a quart of water & add a couple of drops of the cinnamon oil to "super-size" the aroma!!

  9. Great for cinnamon toothpicks

    Posted by Sharon on 21st Jul 2011

    I was able to make the cinnamon toothpicks I use to make as a teenager. All I needed was the Cinnamon Oil, toothpicks, a plastic tub and time. What a fun and simple thing to make.