cinnamon stick

noun

Definition of cinnamon stick

: a small roll or quill of dried cinnamon bark used as a spice

Examples of cinnamon stick in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web For a pop of color: Prickly Cooler 1 1/2 parts Milagro Silver; 3/4 part prickly pear juice; 1 part fresh lime juice; 3/4 part agave nectar (or simple syrup); 3 parts club soda; 1 pinch Mexican ground cinnamon; lime wheel; cinnamon stick. Jillian Dara, Forbes, 31 May 2021 Minty and perfumed with cedar, but with a solid core of huckleberries and kirsch, before a palate that glides across the tongue with plum pudding, cracked pink peppercorns, Chinese five-spice powder, dark cocoa powder, and cinnamon stick. Brian Freedman, Forbes, 17 May 2021 Garnish with a bar spoon of grappa sprinkled over the top, and cinnamon stick or conservative sprinkle of cinnamon on top. Amanda Schuster, Forbes, 23 June 2021 Top with club soda and garnish with lime wheel and cinnamon stick. Jillian Dara, Forbes, 31 May 2021 The garnishes, which change regularly on all of Alebrije’s cakes, included a puddle of chocolate sauce, a cinnamon stick and flower petals on my order. Paul Stephen, San Antonio Express-News, 27 Apr. 2021 This flavorful tea is well known for its effects of lowering blood pressure and maintaining good liver health and can be made even more flavorful with the addition of a cinnamon stick. Kellie Speed, chicagotribune.com, 11 Apr. 2021 Think cinnamon stick, orange peel, clove, hot cider, spiked with bourbon or brandy. Dana Mcmahan, The Courier-Journal, 5 Apr. 2021 Add a whole cinnamon stick and briefly torch the tip of it with a lighter to add some cinnamon smoke aroma. Leslie Kelly, Forbes, 12 Mar. 2021

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First Known Use of cinnamon stick

1616, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of cinnamon stick was in 1616

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Last Updated

1 Oct 2021

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“Cinnamon stick.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cinnamon%20stick. Accessed 16 Oct. 2021.

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