Coffee-Tea with Brioche Toast

An old tradition from Jemen and practiced in some countries in South America, is to use the pulp of the coffee fruit to make an infusion. In Jemen known as Quishr and in South America as cáscara, meaning the peel (of the fruit).

A slice of toasted Brioche, with butter, to accompany the coffee made from the fruit pulp/peel.

 

 

Cáscara, served at Blue Bottle Coffee (Chelsea, New York) with a small bourbon infused marshmallow.

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