Be aware - not best quality cinnamon sticks
Big, thick, knarled pieces of old bark with low quality cinnamon flavour. Best to buy proper cinnamon sticks, unless you plan on cooking catering quantities of low budget food. You get what you pay for, and in this case, quantity does not mean quality!
This is not real cinnamon, do not buy. The real cinnamon is curled up and is very fragile, this is hard bark from fake cinnamon.
Product is mis-labelled. This is cassia (chinese cinnamon), not true cinnamon.
Despite being told that this is not cinnamon it is still labelled cinnamon sticks.
Do not buy 1
Poor quality, very little smell of cinnamon. Definitely would not purchase again or recommend !
Tesco, please, this is not cinnamon! It is cassia
Tesco, please, this is not cinnamon! It is cassia, and there is a big difference!!!!
Should not be labelled cinnamon
This is not cinnamon, it is cassia: often called sweet cinnamon
Actually cassia bark not sweet cinnamon. Can be us
Actually cassia bark not sweet cinnamon. Can be used in curries, but not dessert dishes
This is not cinnamon: it's is cassia bark. Supermarkets need to start making this distinction.