Moroccan Mint Tea Recipe

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Moroccan Mint Tea Recipe

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Ingredients

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2 Cups Fresh Mint Leaves
2 Tbsp Green Tea, Loose Such as Chinese Gunpowder Green Tea
6 Cups Water
To-Taste Amount Sugar Optional, of course.

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The first glass is as bitter as life, the second glass is as strong as love, the third glass is as gentle as death.

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Moroccan mint tea is the national drink of Morocco since the British influence of the 1850s and is now commonly consumed all through the West Arab World. It is served all day, with or without a meal, and as a welcome drink for guests which is impolite to refuse. They pour it from a distance to produce a foam on the top of the tea and is usually served 3 times. Moroccan mint tea is also described in this Moroccan proverb: “The first glass is as bitter as life, the second glass is as strong as love, the third glass is as gentle as death.” Enjoy!

Steps

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Bring water to boil. In a teapot, combine mint leaves, sugar or Stevia (if you desire), and the loose green tea.

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Let it stand/steep for 5-10 minutes, strain the tea, pour it to mugs or heat resistant glass cups.

Romana Sharmin

Romana Sharmin is a Bengali writer who is studying English literature and has a knack for gastronomy. She has been contributing her cooking skills to numerous cooking e-books for the past 2 years. She is specialized in her own cuisine namely, Bengali, and she has also the experience of writing about Mexican, American, Italian, Moroccan, Egyptian, Colombian, and Indian cuisines. Romana is an expert on the renowned diets, paleo, vegan, raw, Atkins, etc.

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