The flavor of true hospitality comes alive in our combination of aromatic mint and tea. In North Africa, tea is used to greet guests and it is served with flair. The preferred tea is a blend of China greens and fresh mint, sweetened with a strong dose of sugar. The bubbly tea is often served with savory snacks and lively conversation. The essence of an everyday ritual is what makes Moroccan Mint so very special.
Insider Tip: You can cold infuse this tea for a lighter flavor. We also recommend adding a hint of honey - or a large dose of sugar, if you're going for the true, Moroccan style tea!
Caffeine Level: Low.
Teas can be flavored a number of ways, through the inclusion of ingredients - such as flowers, nuts, or berries, the addition of oils or extracts - such as citrus or vanilla, or by using artificial flavors. After being added to a base tea, these ingredients are blended together in a number of ways, either in large batches in a blending machine or in small batches by hand. Some teas are flavored through their processes, such as Lapsang Souchong, which is smoked over pine fires during drying.
At The Tea Smith, we pride ourselves in blending many of our teas by hand, carefully calculating our blends, and selecting only the best teas and the best ingredients to be used in our collection.
Ingredients: Organic gunpower green tea, organic peppermint leaves.