Moroccan Mint is traditionally a fusion of green tea and peppermint leaf, also sometimes called Moroccan green tea.
Moroccans drank mint 'tea' long before green tea found its way there from China a couple of centuries ago. When it did, they discovered that blending the two made a delicious, refreshing and health-giving infusion. Moroccan Mint has since become popular in other parts of the world.
This version is a blend of organic peppermint leaf and gunpowder green tea.
Quantity: 4g (1tsp) per cup
Water temp: 80°C
Steeping time: 2 minutes
Green tea tip!
Boiling water can damage green tea leaves, and over-steeping can cause astringency or bitterness in green tea!
It takes a longer than just a few minutes for boiling water to cool to 80°C. Best to add some cool water to your cup or pot before introducing the leaves.