Introducing our Cascara Shrub

A vibrant and refreshing base for your cocktails & sodas


Cascara is the husk or skin of a coffee cherry, produced when the ripe cherries are pulped before the beans are processed. Historically, Cascara has been seen as a byproduct of coffee production, and discarded or mulched. The potential for its use, though, is unlimited. 

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Pursuing Bolivian coffee's magnificent potential

Visit our journal to learn more about the incredible work that Pedro Rodriguez and his daughter are doing in Bolivia.

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