What Makes Weeks Ceylon Cinnamon Honey Special?

What Makes Weeks Ceylon Cinnamon Honey Special?

Did you know that there is only one TRUE Cinnamon? Scientifically Ceylon Cinnamon (which comes from the plant Cinnamomum zeylannicum) is called Cinnamomum verum, which translates to "true cinnamon." This is the true cinnamon contained in Weeks Award-Winning Cinnamon Honey Spread.

Other lesser Cassia products are produced using derivatives of Cinnamomum cassia, sometimes referred to as "Chinese cinnamon", "Saigon cinnamon", "Java cinnamon", or "Padang cinnamon."

Ceylon is more expensive than the before mentioned cinnamon types. Both Casia and Ceylon cinnamon have potential benefits in regulating blood sugar. Ceylon cinnamon is unique in the fact that it contains coumarins, which are naturally occurring plant components with strong anticoagulant properties (blood thinners).


We no longer make our award-winning Weeks Ceylon Cinnamon Spread. The current Ceylon Cinnamon is made with the came ingredients, but does not require refrigeration.


Ceylon is native to Sri Lanka and the product is rarely found in the United States. This cinnamon has a more delicate and complex flavor, with citrus, floral and clove notes. Cassia cinnamon tends to be stronger, and hotter in flavor.

Weeks has perfected its honey with over 10,000 gallons of raw honey testing. CEO and President of Weeks Honey Farm Ray Crosby spent years developing the perfect conditions and mix to perfect his recipe. Developed to garnish everything from homemade biscuits to gourmet dishes Week's Ceylon Cinnamon makes an excellent topping and delicious treat. We even enjoy it in our coffee and hot tea!


Alone they are good, together they are great, and in more ways than taste.

Other Proposed Medicinal Helps:

Heart Disease, Insect Bites, Arthritis, Hair Loss, Bladder Infections, Toothaches, Cholesterol, Colds, Infertility, Upset Stomach, Gas, Indigestion, Influenza, Longevity, Pimples, Skin Infections, Fatigue, Bad Breath, Hearing Loss

Simply Google one of hundreds of articles written over the years about the power of Ceylon Cinnamon and Honey. 

As always, use caution when taking advantage of alternative therapies and natural remedies.

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  • Do you still make the cinnamon honey spread?

  • Do you still make the cinnamon and honey spread? I have looked in web site and can’t find it.

    Thomas Renfro

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