Thanksgiving dinner with Cafe Touba December 01 2014

At a recent family Thanksgiving dinner, we busted out the Café Touba and just about everybody--except Cousin Lori, maybe--loved it. Now Café Touba isn't your workaday stuff. It is potent in several ways: the robusta beans jack the caffeine, the djar spice is unfamiliar to the American palate. But for an after-dinner coffee--fragrant and flavorful, sure to counter the turkey's Tryptophan--it was a big hit.

College student discount on Cafe Touba October 18 2014

Café Touba makes college finals a delicious breeze. Cassicafé is offering a college student discount through the end of the year--$1 off each pound of Café Touba with your account sign-up. Put you college name on the account. 

Café Touba may revive West African coffee industry September 11 2014

Café Touba, the unique spicy coffee of Senegal, really its national drink, may resurrect the West Africa coffee industry. According to reports, Café Touba has lept the borders of Senegal and is vying with the ubiquitous Nescafé on streetcorners in Guinea-Bisseau and even making its way to Europe. When I visited a Café Touba factory, where they roast the beans and djar spice on huge trays inside ovens, they told me most of the beans were sources from plots in Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) or Gabon.

Harvest hits in major producing countries such as Brazil are turning eyes to the once-thriving, long-since-dwindled West Africa robusta beans. Arabica's richer flavor will always be the preference but we introduce Café Touba to North America and hope it spurs interest in its unique flavor while fostering new plantings in old West African fields.

Try Café Touba. It is a one-of-a-kind taste worth acquiring. We ship two-pound orders for free, USPS priority (2-3 days delivery).