The taste of coffee cherry fruit is exactly like the taste of fruit like mango, guava, or pomegranate. In contrast, coffee cherry tea tastes like you are drinking a decoction of dried fruit, like rich, dark, and somewhat bitter but utterly different from coffee beans’ taste.
Can you buy coffee cherries?
Is coffee made of coffee cherries?
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Is the coffee cherry edible?
Yes, the short answer is that coffee cherries are edible, but you might find yourself having a hard time trying to chow down. Unlike most fruits with a wide inner layer, the inside of a coffee cherry only has a thin covering of sugar called the mucilage and a slimy film that protects the bean.