Moroccan Mint Tea
Mint tea isn’t just a drink in Morocco. It is a sign of hospitality and friendship and tradition. Because this drink is so popular, it is served all day long, after every meal and with every conversation.
- 4 sprigs of fresh mint,
- 2 teaspoons green tea
- 3 tablespoons sugar (or more to taste)/ honey
- 4 cups water
- Boil the water.Switch off the gas.
- Combine the mint and green tea and sugar in the teapot.(sugar is optional)
- Let the tea brew for three minutes.
- Set out glasses for the tea.
- Fill just one glass with the tea, then pour it back in the pot.
- This helps to dissolve and distribute the sugar.
- Pour the tea.
- Garnish with the remaining mint.
* if we add sugar in boiling water taste is a bit different.
*sometimes we want with honey and without sugar then we have option.
*if we add sugar in all we can’t kept it for long time.
*if we want to drink cold that time mix sugar or honey then it is good.
*if we kept sweet water for long it has vaat (Ayurvedic concept) which is not good for health.