Passionfruit Amla Gotu Kola

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
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Flavors
Gooseberry, Hot Hay, Passion Fruit, Summer, Sweat, Sweet, Tart
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  • “Strange VariaTea traveling (herbal) tea (powder) box? I’ve been wanting to try Rishi for a while, so it was nice to see this in here. The powder itself is kind of a muddy and unimpressive yellow,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “derrrrrk. Thank you for this. The mountain air is getting chilly and the leaves are dropping in fits… I love having seasons again. I opened up my drawer of magical powdered things in anticipation...” Read full tasting note
  • “In contrast to Roswell Strange’s experience of sweaty body odor and bile, I am eating this straight outta the bag with a spoon. It’s that good. I want to make a thick syrup out of it for drizzling...” Read full tasting note
  • “Iced Tea! I wanted to like this one so badly but the moment I started whisking it up for my drink I could tell that I wasn’t going to like it. The aroma was very faint, but it was exactly that kind...” Read full tasting note

From Rishi Tea

Made from the tart and juicy seeds and fruit pulp of Passionfruit with adaptogenic Amla (Indian gooseberry) and Gotu Kola, a zesty and citrusy herb that is featured in Thai juice and drink recipies to promote mental clarity and focus. These tasty fruit and herbs combine to a lovely canary yellow color that lends a beautiful hue to mixology recipes.

Organic passionfruit extract powder gotu kola extract powder, gooseberry extract powder, organic tapioca syrup, malto-dextrin (tapioca based).

Tasting Notes
A zesty and citrus-tart powder made from passionfruit, gotu kola and gooseberries

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Strange VariaTea traveling (herbal) tea (powder) box? I’ve been wanting to try Rishi for a while, so it was nice to see this in here. The powder itself is kind of a muddy and unimpressive yellow, which made me apprehensive. As soon as the water hit it, though, a glorious, spot-on aroma of passionfruit wafted up. My apologies to everyone after me who won’t get to drink this because I will be keeping it. It made for a really great morning latte. Bonus: the excellent and very specific kind of sweet-tart of passionfruit brought back pleasant memories of fresh fruit on our Taiwan trip earlier this year.

AJRimmer

I may have to order some of this!!

Kaylee

I’ll send you some to try so you can decide!

Inkling

I got scared off by the color; now I wish I’d tried it!

AJRimmer

Oh it looks like the minimum order amount is 125 grams, so that’s super nice of you to help me decide, thank you!

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derrrrrk. Thank you for this.

The mountain air is getting chilly and the leaves are dropping in fits… I love having seasons again. I opened up my drawer of magical powdered things in anticipation of some kind of cozy-thick latte thing… ended up with a lukewarm cup of summer in front of the fire.

I maybe leaned a little light on my powder-to-water ratio here, so the faint reminiscence of Theraflu is totally on me. I always think of gooseberry as a kind of nondescript flavor, so rightly expected the passionfruit to be the leading layer…. but hot damn, if the scent of summer in the backyard - drying grass and sweaty bodies and sun-hot gooseberries - weren’t exactly what my brain found when it went digging.

I’ll save the rest of this for next summer, I think. Dreamy.

Flavors: Gooseberry, Hot Hay, Passion Fruit, Summer, Sweat

derk

You’re welcome. Sounds like you’re enjoying the new mountain home!

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In contrast to Roswell Strange’s experience of sweaty body odor and bile,

I am eating this straight outta the bag with a spoon.

It’s that good.

I want to make a thick syrup out of it for drizzling on something. Jicama, grapefuit and avocado salad? Papaya? Unsweetened yogurt? My body? Was that too far?

It is passion fruit, after all.

Flavors: Passion Fruit, Sweet, Tart

Cameron B.

I nearly spit out my tea at “my body” lmao! Sounds wonderful though, I love passion fruit everything.

Roswell Strange

Haha, yeah this definitely seems to be one where I’m the odd one out. Even though I know it’s a common association w/ the actual fruits, I don’t usually get the body odor kinda thing from tropical fruits so I was surprised I got it here. Glad everyone else is enjoying it, though!

Leafhopper

LOL. Rishi seems to have some good teas.

Martin Bednář

Leafhopper: and some which tastes and smells like paint; not kidding, I remember writing it into tasting note

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Iced Tea!

I wanted to like this one so badly but the moment I started whisking it up for my drink I could tell that I wasn’t going to like it. The aroma was very faint, but it was exactly that kind of sweaty “body odor” type of tropical fruit that just doesn’t sit right at all.

What’s most shocking to me is that I portioned this out for three other coworkers to also try with me and all of them really enjoyed it – I was DEFINITELY the outlier in our tasting. There were positives as the bright, almost sour tropical notes had this ere of being almost like a fancy and more exotic lemonade, but then the taste of sweat would kind of bleed into the sip and just ever so slightly trigger my gag reflex. At one point I thought about bile and after that I was just done. I couldn’t drink any more of this.

I so, so rarely toss out mugs of tea. Even when something is kind of bad I prefer to still drink it for the education of it – but I just dumped this one out. It’s not for me. My coworkers, though? Big thumbs up on their ends…

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