Moroccan Mint Tea

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150 °F / 65 °C 3 min, 45 sec 7 oz / 200 ml

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From Whittard of Chelsea

The original Arabic blend of Green Gunpowder tea and spearmint blend is tremendously reviving and a most refreshing digestive. Best brewed very light, but locally in North Africa made strong with sugar.

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392 tasting notes

Made another pot of this for today cause my bf drank all of the rest of my first pot – lol. He apparently really likes iced mint green tea.

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892 tasting notes

Thank you Ellyn! I love me some Moroccan Mint. I ordered some from Whispering Pines and the label said to steep it in 212 degree water for 30 seconds. I thought it was a bit odd and didn’t think it would turn out good but for some reason I find it more flavorful and bold rather than steeping it like a normal green. I pretty much chugged this down after a HUGE meal. I had a tummy ache :[ But it’s gone now :D
Thank you again :]

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Try it for 45 seconds or 1 minute next time. I’ve been playing around with the time on Moroccan Mint and have found that bitterness only starts to occur after 1 minute :)


I will try it :D

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123 tasting notes

Cold brewed this overnight using 2 tsp leaf for ~450 ml water.

Wow, these gunpowder leaves expanded a lot. The spearmint aroma is assertive yet smooth, both in the dry leaf and liquor, but its flavor is soon followed by an unpleasant and long-lasting sourness, which seems to be made worse by the addition of sugar. I did a second overnight steeping in the fridge which came out more mildly flavored, yet the icky tanginess remained. This is my first time making Moroccan mint tea, so I probably need to learn the right brewing tricks to make it taste right.


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32 tasting notes

I don’t drink a lot of moroccan mint, because I don’t like gunpowder. That said, I did enjoy this tea: there’s a great balance between green tea and peppermint, you can clearly taste both without one overpowering the other. I don’t know if it was good enough to make me want more of this tea, though.

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I got this tea from my friend and had doubts about it because mint is not one of my favourites (therefore I’ve never drunk mint tea before so i cannot compare). Unexpectedly I really enjoyed it. Quite refreshing and fine taste but still would not buy it by myself. Glad that i own it, though :)

1 tsp 7 OZ / 200 ML

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35 tasting notes

Nice Tea but too strong for me. Available in loose tea or bags

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This tea is really refreshing. Makes a nice change from traditional peppermint tea, have even converted my boyfriend. Brilliant when working and after a large meal

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828 tasting notes

made a pot to help get through the work of the evening. loading up on agave nectar to imitate the traditional taste, without the sugar.

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