How To Brew
- Boil water.
- Add water & Rasa to french press (1 tbsp per 8 oz of water)*
- Wait 10-15 mins...or instead of just waiting there, because “a watched Rasa never brews,“ you can:
- meditate, dance
- meal prep
- clean your kitchen
- take a shower
- play with your pet unicorn
- Pour. Sip.
We think you’re going to love Rasa—so many people do! But if you tried them all with your favorite creamer and didn’t find one you love? We won’t judge (okay, we will try not to, promise).
Here’s how it works: if you’re dissatisfied with a sample pack, we will give you 100% of your money back on your first sample pack order. If you bought an 8oz or 2lb bag (one-time purchases or first subscription orders only) and are dissatisfied, we will give you a full refund in the form of store credit.
All you have to do is ask nicely! (And we mean that: in this age of unkindness-from-behind-a-screen, we feel that common courtesy and basic human respect are important values to uphold).
- travel mug
Nothing compares to Rasa!
I found that I am too sensitive to caffeine and was looking for a tasty alternative. Rasa is so delicious and now I crave it instead of coffee. I love knowing I’m treating my body well while enjoying my morning cup of hot beverage. I especially love how the Dirty has a little kick of caffeine when I really need it, but I don’t get the jitters like I would with coffee. Once you get into the routine of making Rasa, the process becomes a meditative ritual. I highly recommend!
Simply The Best!!!!!
I’ve tried almost every RASA blend and they are all Aaahmazing!! Seriously so wonderful to enjoy every morning. Coffee was way to acidic for my system along with the fact that is addicting… no thanks! I wish everyone would try RASA because it just makes you feel so beautiful inside & out because your giving your body a great big hug/mug of Love every morning :~>
I had high hopes that this would be an easy way to drink Rasa at work, but instead I’m now looking for a better option — one that actually keeps it hot and isn’t as messy. I’ve been testing it to see how fast I would have to drink it after it’s in the bottle, but even after two hours it’s room temperature while the rest of my insulated drink bottles/cups keep my drinks hot at least 8 hours. Since the bottle feels hot on the outside when I fill it with hot water I am not surprised that it is not actually well insulated. I’ve also had the filter cover come off so that the rasa can not be properly strained, and even when that doesn’t happen, much of the actual ground rasa escapes so that it is not well strained. I suspect that most tea or cold brew coffee options would work better.
Good for some occasions
I took this on a trip where I needed to brew my RASA every day for a month. It definitely took more time and effort than the French press, but it did do a great job steeping the tea. I would recommend for occasional use when you have to get out the door and don’t have time to use the press, but I don’t recommend for everyday use.
Game changer for travel
Love this! Previously, I was taking fillable empty tea bags to brew my rasa on travel mornings. Not ideal for many reasons. Now I put the Rasa and the water in this, close the lid, and go to the meetings or whatever. By the time I arrive, the Rasa is brewed and its still hot. (Or, for extra long meetings, I brew a first batch in here while getting ready, pour it into my travel mug, then fill this brewing thermos with a second batch of Rasa for when I finish the first! Still hot those couple hours later. :-) )