cas·​cara | \ ka-ˈsker-ə How to pronounce cascara (audio) , -ˈska-rə \

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Recent Examples on the Web The coconut latte is also made with blonde espresso and a touch of cascara sugar on top. Erin Booke, Dallas News, "Starbucks adds new dairy-free drinks to its 2020 lineup, but no oat milk yet in Texas," 7 Jan. 2020 Save Salvo Patria for dinner; expect decadent dishes like smoked trout yucca croquettes and pork ribs marinated in coffee cherry cascara vinegar. Michaela Trimble, Vogue, "An Insider’s Guide to Chapinero Alto, the Williamsburg of Bogotá," 12 Apr. 2019 The choices are blueberry ginger and cascara, made from the cherry fruit of a coffee tree. Kathy Flanigan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Vennture Brew Co. brings coffee and beer to Washington Heights neighborhood," 11 July 2018 Also in the rotation is a cascara vermouth, made to mimic the flavor profile of a Negroni. Alyse Whitney, Bon Appetit, "This Coffee Mai Tai Is the Cold Brew Cocktail You Need," 18 Sep. 2017 The first of the new drinks is the Nitro Cascara Cloud, which is a slow-steeped Starbucks Reserve Cold Brew poured over vanilla bean syrup and topped off with a special cold foam made with milk and cascara syrup. SELF, "Starbucks Brews Up New Nitrogen-Infused Coffee Drinks," 11 July 2017

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First Known Use of cascara

1879, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for cascara

Spanish cáscara husk, bark, probably from cascar to crack, break, from Vulgar Latin *quassicare to shake, from Latin quassare — more at quash

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“Cascara.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 12 May. 2021.

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cas·​cara | \ kas-ˈkar-ə, -ˈkär-; ˈkas-kə-rə How to pronounce cascara (audio) \

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