Cinnamon Bark Syrup

Cinnamon-Bark-Syrup

Due to an overwhelming number of requests for the Cinnamon Bark Syrup, I’ve decided to give it a solo post for easier searching. Happy syrup making y’all!

Cinnamon Bark Syrup

  • 1 oz or approx 0.06 lb Cinnamon Bark (7 or so sticks should do it)
  • 2 Cups of Water
  • 2 Cups of Sugar (Demerara used here)
  1. Muddle Cinnamon Bark until it is in shards. Throw it in a sauce pot.
  2. Add Sugar & Water, and slowly bring to just barely boiling on loooow heat.
  3. Reduce and simmer for 4 minutes.
  4. Let sit overnight.
  5. Double strain into container. Smell it. Think of the possibilities!

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*Edit: Please note that this is a living document. if something has changed slightly since the last time you visited this recipe, it’s cause I’ve been tinkering and found a better method!

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