Moroccan Mint Green Tea
- 20 ct - 20 tea bags in a box
- Case - six 20 ct boxes
- 30 ct - 30 tea bags in a box
Case - six 30 ct boxes
A delightful and exotic blend of green tea and mints, with a hint of lemon. China Young Hyson green tea, spearmint and peppermint from Oregon, and freshly cut lemongrass are combined for a fragrant, refreshing, and aromatic Moroccan Mint green tea. It is a superb drink hot or iced. Try it Moroccan style, sweetened with sugar.
In the bazaars of Morocco in North Africa, tea is served on a "sinya" or three-legged tray, usually made of brass, plus a smaller tray that holds three boxes, one for green tea, one for mint, and one for sugar. The tea is prepared in a samovar which brews strong, highly concentrated tea. Then it is heavily sweetened with sugar and a touch of mint. The tea is then poured into a teapot (known as a Moroccan style pot) which is elongated rather than round with a longer spout. The tea is poured from this teapot held high in the air into small crystal glasses with brass handles. Moroccans enjoy the social ritual of making this sweet flavorful tea which goes well with their hearty lamb stew, couscous, nuts, and apricots.
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Green tea, spearmint, lemongrass, peppermint
1-3 minutes at 170-190 degrees Fahrenheit
Tea Bag Packaging
- Variant: 20 ct tea bags
- SKU: 64535
I love this minty green tea and drink it every day. It's delightful!
Love this tea! The mint blend is wonderful, smooth, and strong without any bite. Although it has been many years it seems to be the same as the mint tea I had at 14 while visiting Morrocco where mint tea is the national drink.
Next to Earl Grey tea, Moroccan Mint Green Tea. is my absolute favorite. I have tried other versions from different sources. But Stash's version is the very best in terms of refreshing taste, smoothness, and health!!! Way to go folks...you did good!!! 😊
A great way to get a little caffeine and have a refreshing cup of tea at the same time.
Love the taste of this tea. It is becoming one of my favorites and I do drink a lot of tea.
In the Middle East when I lived there, mint tea was a favorite often served in shops when I visited. That's what I was after when I ordered this tea from Stash. I was not disappointed!