Brenda Ciummo wrote: Cascara, which means “husk,” “peel” or “skin” in Spanish, is the dried skins of coffee cherries. These pulped skins are collected after the seeds (aka coffee beans) have been removed from the cherries. They are then dried in the sun before they are packaged and shipped off. These dried bags of coffee cherries are not unlike bags of tea—the main visual difference is the pieces of cherries are slightly bigger than a tea leaf and have a leathery, woody look similar to dried raisins or the shell of a nut.
The big question: Cascara and Caffeine?
Cascara compares best with green tea which has around 25 mg of caffeine per cup.
Origin: Yemen Process: Natural Artisan (roof-tops)
Notes: Sweet Honey, Black tea taste