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    No chance of roasting it, but Im curious to try Cascara.

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    Re: Cascara

    Originally posted by 74666B73070 link=1303812321/0#0 date=1303812321
    No chance of roasting it, but Im curious to try Cascara.
    I think a healthy fibre filled diet and some prune juice would be easier.... Unless you are spamming where upon up your post will have the desired effect on many of our members ;D

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      Re: Cascara

      I think "salt" may be referring to this one Brett ;D.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coffee_cherry_tea

      Mal.

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        Re: Cascara

        Bump: This has just cropped up as the new trend it would seem, utilised in a fair few of the ABC signature drinks this year. Picked some up at a non-sponsor yesterday and looking forward to trying later this evening. Smells delicious, like dried fruit (essentially what it is - haha).

        Anyone else had a brew?

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          Re: Cascara

          Originally posted by 2D303434203A590 link=1303812322/3#3 date=1336558823
          Anyone else had a brew?
          I scored a 30g sample when I was at Cafe Biz in Sydney, we brewed it at our Wed cupping session at Dimattina in Perth--general concensus was good, it produced a lovely tea-like brew, nice and clean with delicate berry fruit and herbal notes, this cascara was from a dry process ethiopian, noticed yesterday that Market Lane are selling it

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