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Holiday Gift: Cinnamon Bark Boxes

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Holiday Gift: Cinnamon Bark Boxes

December 15, 2010

The scent of cinnamon is a powerful olfactory force for conjuring up holiday memories. Here's an easy gift idea: fill boxes made from the naturally fragrant bark of the cinnamon tree (Cassia) with sugar, tea, or coffee and tie with natural twine or a colorful ribbon.

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Above: Round Cinnamon Boxes from Nom Express; a set of three is £19.99 (also available individually). In the US, similar boxes are available from Ten Thousand Villages for $10 each.

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Above: Round cinnamon boxes filled with coffee, tea, and sugar.

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Above: Square Cinnamon Boxes from Nom Express; a set of three is £19.99 (also available individually).

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