Cascara, which means “husk,” “peel” or “skin” in Spanish, is the dried skins of coffee cherries. ... Normally coffee cherries are considered a by-product of the coffee-making process and are either discarded as waste or used as compost. Now these cherries are being reused to produce a unique drink of their own.
This coffee cherry comes from producing collective in the town of Planadas in the Tolima region of Colombia. Grown at around 1500 masl it consists of a mix of Castillo and Caturra Varietals.
Whole Cáscara - Tastes like Grape, Rose hip, Hibiscus
Broken Cáscara - Tastes like earthy fruity red curent tea.