Moroccan Mint Tea is a blend of green tea and fresh mint leaves.
It is an ancient Moroccan custom to be served at tables and in Moroccan occasions, and was commonly used in the south.
This Moroccan tea is known for its characteristic and light taste, as well as the fact that it contains many important nutrients, such as vitamins and important minerals such as calcium, magnesium and potassium.
Moroccan mint tea was famous at this time for its effective role in eliminating excess weight because it burns calories in the body at a high rate.
If you’ve never had Moroccan mint tea, here’s your chance!
How to make a refreshing Moroccan mint tea?
You will need:
- 2 tsp Moroccan Mint Tea
- 700 ml of boiled water
- fresh mint
- 1 lemon cut into slices
- ice cubes
Put the green tea in a teapot and add 700 ml of boiling water. Leave for 4 minutes and then remove the tea.
Add the lemon slices, honey and put the jug in the fridge for at least 1 hour. Serve in traditional small glass glasses with a slice of lemon, an ice cube and fresh mint.