Moroccan Mint Black Tea Blend is an interesting and tasty tea from North Africa. This tea is made with black tea leaves, Ceylon teas, Indian teas, and Peppermint leaves. The traditional Moroccan Mint tea is made with green tea and fresh mint leaves.
The Origins Of Moroccan Mint Tea
Moroccan mint tea has been around since the 18th century when the British brought it to Morocco for the first time. At that time, tea was seen as a luxury and was only drunk by the wealthy. But as time passed, tea became more readily available, and Moroccan Mint tea became popular in Morocco and other parts of North Africa.
The Difference Between Moroccan Mint Black Tea Blend And Classic Moroccan Green Tea.
The Moroccan Mint Black Tea Blend differs in many ways from the Classic Moroccan Mint Green Tea. First of all, using black tea leaves gives it a stronger and bolder flavour than green tea, which has a light and delicate flavour. The combination of Ceylon and Indian teas gives the tea more flavour and complexity. The Peppermint leaves give the tea a cool, refreshing taste that goes well with the solid and bold flavours of the black tea leaves and Indian teas. As a result, this blend makes an excellent drink for a hot summer day.
The Ceylon teas in the blend give the tea a bold, full-bodied flavour. On the other hand, the Indian teas give the blend a malty and earthy taste. Mixing these two teas gives you a unique, strong, and complex flavour.
The tea has a smooth, refreshing flavour that makes it great to drink on its own, but it can also be used in recipes. You can use it to make chai lattes, cocktails, and hot and cold teas.
- Luxury Black Tea and Luxury Peppermint Leaves
- Sri Lanka, India, USA
- Approx between 27- 35mg per cup
- Wonderful Mint
- Bright and coppery, tending greenish
- Flavoursome and malty with cool mint finish
- WELL BEING:
- Lively Tea
- Medium Bodied
- CAFFEINE CONTENT:
- HARMONISATION CODE < 3Kg:
- HARMONISATION CODE > 3Kg: