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Cascara means in Spanish "husk", "peel" or "skin", also referred as a coffee cherry tea. A lot of the time pulped cherries are just discarded or in better cases used as compost. But recently most coffee-producing countries have found great use of it as a delicious tea.

Long history

While it might be a fairly new and unknown product for most people, coffee farmers in Yemen and Ethiopia have been drying and brewing cherries like this for centuries, maybe even before coffee was made as a drink for the first time.

Much less caffeine

Cascara contains 3-5 times less caffeine than the same amount of coffee and has a lot of antioxidants.


It can be brewed with hot or cold water (cold brew) and it has a fruity taste with notes of rose hip, hibiscus, and cherry.

Location Langbiang Mountain plateau (peak 2167m), Lac Duong district, 15km from Dalat city
Altitude 1500-1650 masl
Variety Catimor
Harvest season 2023/2024
Producer Zanya Cooperation, which is working together with over 30 smallholder farmers from K´ho ethnic minority
Bags on stock 0
Price 1000000₫/kg without VAT
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