Want to know how to make mint tea? It’s easy. And if there’s anyone who knows a thing or two about mint tea, it’s the Moroccans. They’ve been drinking it for centuries. So here’s how to make mint tea the way it’s meant to be made – in the traditional Maghrebi style.
A traditional Maghrebi mint tea is a mix of green and mint tea. In North Africa, the serving can take a ceremonial form when prepared for a guest, but we’re going to keep it simple. All you need is a kettle, a teapot and some glasses to serve.
MOROCCAN MINT TEA INGREDIENTS
Four cups of water
Two Lipton® Pure Green Tea bags
A bunch of fresh spearmint