It’s been a while since I have had a chance to post. Good to be back, and excited to share what I have just discovered…
Having quit caffeine products over 4 years ago now, but with a strong love of the taste of coffee, the challenge is always finding a happy place of enjoying that nutty, roasted, deep, sensuous flavor without the heart palpitations, withdrawal headaches and a jittery addiction.
Being blessed with some fantastic decaf coffee products in recent years, I still often look for the real alternatives. I have tried the chicory root ‘no coffee variations’ and always felt a little cheated! They look so delicious on the package and when you sip them, they are just so unsatisfying.
Until I tried RASA KOFFEE.
An Ayurvedic Adaptogenic Herbal Koffee that i saw posted on my instagram (thank you AI) . Super skeptical, I ordered it reading the owners declaration of full refund if you don’t like it. I won’t lie, I was super excited to see the beautiful Indian inspired packaging and when I opened it to find this bark like substance inside that smelled like someone dug up some earth from my back yard, i was immediately terrified!
BUT… I went with it and I am so glad I did. I steeped it in my French Press for 5 mins plus, they suggest 15 mins, but who wants cold coffee and as I poured it out, this delicious luminous dark coffee like liquid and aroma hit me. One sip…. I am hooked.
This is the real deal. Obviously it doesn’t taste 100% like coffee but it’s nutty, dark, aromatic, sweet, comforting and absolutely delicious especially with a little coconut cream.
Having just had 2 surgeries back to back, I am looking for ways to help repair my body and this is full of the good stuff, lots of Ayurvedic herbs including: Burdock root, Dandelion Root, Eluthro root, Shatvari root, He Shou Wu, Ashwaganda, Cadonopsis, Chago Mycellieum, Rhodiola root, cinnamon and Reshi. Read more about the ingredients HERE
If you are keen to ditch the addictions and feed your body with something great, I recommend this product, I got it on Amazon and the cost is close to a good quality coffee. You can also reuse the serving to make a few cups out of one press, which is great too.