Tea lovers rejoice! This Moroccan mint tea recipe is the perfect way to enjoy a cup of tea. Made with fresh mint leaves, green tea, and sugar, this refreshing beverage is perfect for any time of day.
In Morocco, a day usually begins with a cup of Moroccan mint Tea. It is also served after every meal. Moroccan mint Tea is a symbol of hospitality and is often offered to guests as a gesture of welcome.
To make Moroccan tea, you will need a Moroccan teapot or something similar and gunpowder green tea. Moroccan mint tea is best made with fresh mint leaves, but if you don't have access to fresh mint, you can use dried mint leaves instead.
Moroccan mint tea is traditionally served very sweet, so don't be afraid to add a lot of sugar.
A Moroccan teapot is not necessary to make Moroccan mint tea, any teapot will do.
Using the right gunpowder tea is important for a good Moroccan mint tea. Moroccan tea is usually made with gunpowder green tea.
You can serve Moroccan mint tea with these delicious Moroccan pastries.
Last Updated 24 October 2022