Moroccan Style Mint Green Tea


Moroccan Style Mint Green Tea

Prep:5-7 mins

In many parts of the world, mint tea is served to welcome family and visitors to the home. Specifically in Morocco, the preparation of Mint Tea (or Maghrebi Tea as it’s often called) is symbolic of hospitality and friendship. Moroccan Mint Tea is traditionally served three times out of generosity. Each glass has its own meaning in the circle of life; the first oneis said to be “as bitter as life”, the second is “as strong as love”, and the third is “as gentle as death”. All of the three offerings should be drunk out of politeness and respect for the culture. 

Loaded with health benefits, mint has been known to ease stomach aches, soothe sore throats, and warm you up on cold winter days. Green tea, mint, and honey are an unbeatable trio when it comes to boosting immunity. This herbal tea recipe is perfect for unwinding in the afternoon or evenings, and it is sure to sweeten your interactions with your family at teatime!

Ingredients to make Moroccan style mint green tea:

1-2 sprigs of fresh mint leaves

2 tsp

2 cups water

Steps to make Moroccan style mint green tea:

Boil the water in a kettle.
In the meantime, fill a teapot with fresh mint, Peppermint Leaves with Green Tea and Multiflora Honey.
Add boiling water to the teapot and let the tea brew for 3-5 minutes.
Divide it into small tea glasses.
After another minute or two, pour the tea back into the glasses from up high to help the honey dissolve evenly and create a layer of delicious foam on top.
Drink this herbal tea with your loved ones.

Tips for the perfect Moroccan style mint green tea:

1. Serve with a lemon wedge to add an extra bit of zing to this mint tea
2. You can also refrigerate this tea and serve it as a delicious iced green tea

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