Cascara Tea: Natural Process - El Paraíso, Honduras

Cascara is the dried pulp of the coffee cherry. After the bean has been removed, the skin and pulp of the coffee fruit are sometimes discarded or composted. However, when producers choose to dry the pulp, it can be stored and used to make a lively tea, kombucha, sweet cascara syrup, or even carbonated cascara soda!

Produced by Nelson Paguaga of Risus Coffee in El Paraiso, Honduras, this Natural Process Cascara carries notes of rose, peachy sweetness and caramel - bright, refreshing, lightly caffeinated and high in antioxidants. 

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