Cinnamon Oleoresin is mined from Cinnamon bark by supercritical CO2 extraction process. Enormous quantity of Cinnamon bark powder can be substituted by small quantity of oleoresin. Cinnamon is the foundation of cinnamon bark, fruit, leaf and their essential oils and many Cinnamomum species yield a volatile oil on concentration with different aroma characteristics and composition.
The ironic, sweetened, creamy flavour of this excellent product, makes it perfect for bakery, confectionery and beverage application .The bark and leaves are extremely aromatic. The viable cinnamon bark is reddish-brown and has a sweet, warm, spicy, woody flavour. Both the bark as well as oil have a long history of culinary and medicinal uses.
Cinnamon Bark oleoresin
|Description||:||Extract of dried bark of Cinnamomum cassia Blume.|
|Specifications||:||Appearance : Reddish brown powder|
|Odour:||:||Characteristic mild aroma of red chillies|
|Shelf life and Storage||:||12 months under the specified storage conditions. Store in full, tight containers in a cool, dry, place protected from light|
|Packing||:||25, 10, 5kg HDP drums|
|Additives||:||Permitted additives added on request of the customer. No preservatives or antioxidants added|
|Handling||:||Avoid contact with skin and eyes|
|Dispersibility/solubility||:||Can be dispersed in dry/liquid carriers such as sugar, dextrose, propylene glycol, lecithin, benzyl, alcohol etc. Soluble in alcohol.|
|Spice Equivalent||:||One Kg replaces 20 kg of Cinnamon bark.|
|Labelling||:||Free from Microbial contaminants.|
|Solubility||:||Soluble in alcohol|
|Residual solvent||:||10 ppm-EOA|
|Microbiology||:||Free from Microbial contaminants.|