from The Klatch Team
The Klatch team is very excited to introduce our new Cascara Tea. This high quality tea is made from coffee cherries, giving it a prominent, bright and unique flavorful profile.
Coffee cherry tea is an herbal tea made from the dried berries (or "cherries") of the coffee plant. It is also known as cascara, from the Spanish cáscara, meaning "husk", and is different from cascara sagrada tea, a powerful plant-based laxative.
Coffee cherry tea is rarely produced for export, but is commonly drunk in some coffee-growing nations, notably Bolivia and, as the variant Qishr, in Yemen.
It is commonly consumed in Bolivia, where it is referred to as Sultana, and is made of sun-dried and lightly toasted coffee cherries. It may also be mixed with sticks of cinnamon. It is also called "the poor man's coffee", and "the coffee of the Army".
Coffee cherries contain caffeine, as does the tea, however the caffeine level in coffee cherry tea is quite high. The taste of coffee cherry tea is different from coffee, and has been described as somewhat sweet and cherry flavored, surprisingly pleasant.
Thank you for taking the time to check out our blog. Stay tuned for more updates on new coffees and new things to "klatch about".
To get weekly updates of what's new in the world of Klatch, make sure to sign up to our Newsletters.
If you'd like to start your own business or just interested in any Roasting training click here for more information, click here and get up to date news about coffee,training and Klatch events.