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Qishr, Yemeni spiced coffee-cherry tea -

Many of us enjoy the taste of coffees and teas but don’t care for the effects of too much caffeine. It can be difficult to find a brand that offers strong natural flavors that don’t rely on additives to achieve their results. It may not be an option for the connoisseur to simply stop drinking coffee or tea to lower caffeine intake. For those invested in these drinks, not simply as a quick fix in the morning but as a source of pleasure, or even a hobby, there are other options to ensure that they can regularly partake without the...

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roasted coffee, roasted haraaz, roasted mocha -

For the coffee connoisseur, there’s always a new flavor to try. The question then becomes, which flavor to try today and which can wait for another time. If you find yourself in this position, it may be time to turn your gaze to other parts of the world and give your tastebuds a world tour. It may be time to expand your horizons and find some roasted coffee that’s outside of your comfort zone. Finding bold new flavors can be just the thing to bring your love of coffee back and stronger than ever. Roasted Haraaz Fresh Microlot Coffee The...

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qahwa, qahwa recipe, stovetop qahwa -

Stovetop Qahwa is a very light coffee made with Fatemi Coffee roasted coffee beans and sugar. Here is our recommended recipe.

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brew qishr, cascara, coffee tea, qishr, qishr recipe, tea -

What is it? Coffee-producing communities, such as Yemen, have been making hot tea by brewing coffee cherries for as long as they have been cultivating coffee. The drink, called QISHR in Arabic, is made from coffee husks, ginger, caraway seeds and cinnamon. In Ethiopia, it’s called Geshar or Hashara, and its darkly roasted until almost black, and infused in water for a longer period to create an intensely fruity brew. In Bolivia it’s called Sultana, where they enjoy it with cinnamon, clove, and sugar. What does it taste like? QISHR produces a highly aromatic and distinctly syrupy drink which offers traces of brown sugar, apple,...

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