Prompting a Pause.
For centuries, cultures have embraced sacred drinking rituals to make sense of things: to slow life down, help navigate it better, discover what’s truly worthwhile.
Be it the South Korean custom of never pouring your own soju, or a swiftly served aperitif in Italy, alongside plump olives and fresh bread, each custom uses beverages like a punctuation mark: a comma or period organizing life’s noise, leading us to focus on the present moment.
New rituals in the making
Rasa is a tool to enhance and enrich today’s drinking occasions. To at once embrace tradition and ritual, but empower the courage to reinterpret it and set the stage for enhanced moments that matter in the here and now.
On its own. In cocktails. With alcohol. Or not. Whenever your spirit needs restoring.
Ruby Artemisia Recipesdiscover decoction
Refreshing and aromatic. This cocktail has a core bitterness, with subtle intricacies of aged red wine amaro.
A bold, flavorful concoction. Yunnan pu’er tea is balanced with the sour, sweet, and tangy finish of ume variety plum.
Initial fresh hits of citrus, balanced by sweetness from agave and rounded out with a lasting bitter finish.
Refreshing and sparkling, Starry Night’s core bitterness is cut with fresh mint and the sweet, slightly tart taste of blackberries.
Rose Bergamot Recipesdiscover decoction
Lofty floral top notes mix with exotic citrus and the bitter-sweet flavors of angelica, wood grown ginseng, and schisandra berry.
A little prickly, like the name. Elemental earthiness and floral aromatics meet and mingle with the tang of fresh pineapple and hibiscus.
Fruity, floral, and herbaceous notes are cut with a delicious sour twist of yuzu. Think vibrant, enlivening, and summery.
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Refreshing and highly aromatic, tropical fruits are balanced with a bitter undertone to deliver a tangy taste with a lingering finish.
Compact and complex, Little Italy is layered with bitter notes plus zesty hits of orange peel and tart juniper.
La Vie En Rose
Sweet and bitter combine with orange aromatics to deliver a smooth, classic taste.
A dominating fresh citrus expression is subdued by the sweetness of simple syrup and the base of bitterness.
Black Ginger Recipesdiscover decoction
Ginger—an inimitable flavor that’s at once zesty, hot, and slightly woody—combines with top notes of lemon for a refreshing take on the traditional spritz.
Double hits of spicy ginger are mellowed by the sweetness of tonic water, and the comforting sweet-sour hit of a lemon squeeze.
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Hits of black pepper are awakened by macadamia milk—creamy and nutty—and rounded out by earthy turmeric and the honeyed taste of agave nectar.
The concentrated sweet-sour syrup of pomegranate molasses encounters citrus notes, a hint of aniseed, and bitter, spicy undertones of black ginger and wormwood.
An eternal classic. Refreshing, with round, complex flavors that oscillate from bitter to creamy, the Rasa Sour has a silky, foam texture on top, courtesy of egg white.
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This highly aromatic cocktail has a floral, herbaceous and tangy scent on the nose with tart, fruity flavors from mango, citrus, and guava.
Heels To Jesus
Two icons meet. A play on the espresso martini and go-to Italian pick-me-up, the shakerato, this creamy cocktail heightens the best notes of each. Black ginger enriches the bitterness of coffee, while lemon oil enlivens the citrus notes.