The traditional coffee of Senegal but also of Guinea-Bissau! It takes its name from the city of Touba in Senegal. It is a coffee flavored with Selim or Guinea pepper beans (the dried fruit of the Xylopia aethiopica bush), known as djar, in the Wolof language and sometimes clove. The addition of djar, introduced in Senegal from Ivory Coast or Gabon, is the important factor that differentiates café Touba from plain coffee. The spices are mixed and roasted with coffee beans and then ground into a powder. Coffee is made with a filter.
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