Moroccan mint tea post lunch or dinner is as popular as having paan in India. So, this particular beverage is more than a wash down drink, it is a at times a must have.
As part of my JTTC I have already shared the east african tea but considering this beverage is so dear to me, I was willing to try another recipe. I am hooked on to green tea which I love to sip while I am at work...I prefer to let my tea sit in for long time in boiling hot water....this is apparently the process for this exotic tea....
Mint is a natural cooler, so this hot beverage works wonders in 38 degrees centrigade weather...
2-3 cups water
2 tspn green tea / 2 green tea bags
big bunch of fresh mint leaves
1) Pour in a tea pot boiling water (very very hot) and drop 2 green tea bags. Cover and let it sit for 4-5 min.
2) Wash a handful of fresh mint leaves and throw them in the pot. Cover it again
3) Strain this and serve in a glass or cup. Let it cool down a bit and enjoy your sip.
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