What is Cascara?
A light and refreshing tea made from the dried pulp of coffee cherries. Cascara has existed for centuries in ancient coffee producing nations such as Ethiopia and Yemen. In modern coffee production Cáscara is usually used as a compost for the next generation of coffee trees, but some pioneering coffee producing countries have seen an opportunity to export this unique and vibrant tea.
This particular lot comes from the Buena Vista Mill in Bolivia’s Caranavi Province and exhibits flavours of cranberry, plum, apple and elderflower.