A new caffeinated option is popping up in Dallas: a tea-like drink made up of something that used to be considered an unwanted byproduct of the coffee-producing process. Cascara comes from same tree as coffee beans but is much closer to a tea than coffee - in fact, it is just like a tea, except instead of using tea leaves this drink is made with the skin of the coffee cherry.

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