Cinnamon Oil 1 dram

Product Code: 0010-0100

Remember the red, spicy cinnamon candies? Our Cinnamon Oil Flavoring will bring back those fond memories when added to your recipes.  

1 dram = about 1 teaspoon

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). 

Caution: Cinnamon Oil is highly concentrated and can cause irritation and a burning sensation similar to the oil of a fresh hot chili pepper. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or mucous membranes. For contact with skin, wash area immediately with warm soapy water to remove oils. For contact with eyes or mucous membranes, flush with cool water. Seek medical attention if burning sensation persists. As with all our super strength flavors, we recommend the following safe handling tips: keep out of reach of children, wipe-up spills immediately, do not use with plastic utensils, avoid direct contact with countertops and avoid rising steam when making hard candy.

Kosher certified • Gluten-free

Looking for sizes larger than a dram?  See the 1-Ounce and Larger Sizes page
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Code Size Price Quantity
0010-0100 1 dram
  • $1.60
0010-0112 12-unit carton
  • $19.20
Our Cinnamon Oil Flavor was one of our Featured Flavors

Enhance applesauce by adding a couple drops of Cinnamon Flavoring.

Use Cinnamon flavor in hard candy, general candy making, cakes, cookies, frosting, ice cream and a wide variety of other baking and confectionery applications.

For more information on how much flavoring to use, please see our  Suggested Usage Table. 
Visit our Learn page to learn more!

A little goes a long way!  LorAnn’s super strength flavors (also known as candy oils or flavoring oils) are three to four times the strength of typical baking extracts. 

Typical uses: hard candy, general candy making, cakes, cookies, frosting, ice cream and a wide variety of other baking and confectionery applications. 

Note: When substituting super strength flavors for extracts, use ¼ to ½ teaspoon for 1 teaspoon of extract. 

See the About our Flavors page for safe handling tips, FAQs, and more information.

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John Friend From United States
Cinnamon Tooth picks
January 14, 2019
My dad loves to make cinnamon tooth picks, you start with one Jar of oil and quarter cup of water, soak your tooth picks for about one week or longer. then dry your tooth picks on a towel. once done you have a tooth pick that gives you great flavor, great for kids and adults after popcorn or a meal.
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Pamela Rippy From United States Georgia
Best for Christmas Candy
November 10, 2018
Strong cinnamon flavor. Makes a very pretty red hard tack candy for Christmas. This was one of everyone's favorite flavors. Be careful of the fumes when mixing this one. Yummy!
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