This is a specific coffee named after the religious city of Touba in Senegal. It’s coffee has a kick flavor as the coffee beans are ground with “djar”(in wolof language) or “xylopia aethiopica”, generally called Guinea pepper. Served with lots of sugar.
Hibiscus (Roselle) is called Bissap in Senegal. The plant is valued for its acidulous taste. Bissap is a traditional Senegalese tea, consists of brewed hibiscus flowers and copious quantities of sugar. This tea is bright red in color and has a sweet and sour.
Senegal used to be French teritorry, and much more French people live than neibough country. That's why there are plenty French restaurant even high cost. The foods contain rich amount of butter and fresh cream, so that Senegalese French is so grace! Yes there is an Africa, so that hot piment is with them.