How to Make Mint Tea
Ice cold or piping hot, it doesn’t matter how you like your mint tea. Follow our Moroccan mint tea recipe, and you’ll soon be feeling refreshed and energized.
How to Make Moroccan Mint Tea
Traditional Maghrebi mint tea is a mix of green and mint tea.
Moroccan Mint Tea Ingredients
- Four cups of water
- Two Lipton® Pure Green Tea bags
- A bunch of fresh spearmint
- A squeeze of lemon
Moroccan Mint Tea Process
- Boil four cups of water in your kettle.
- Pour the water into a teapot holding two Lipton® Pure Green Tea bags.
- Leave to steep for 10 minutes.
- Twist and tear up some fresh spearmint leaves. Put them in a glass, and pour the tea over them. This disturbs the mint, letting the flavor infuse quicker.
- Add a squeeze of lemon, and you’re done.
Moroccan style, hot or cold. It’s up to you how you enjoy your mint tea. One thing’s for sure though: it’s time to jazz up your afternoons with mint tea.