Marrakesh Mint

Marrakesh Mint

Prepare to be delighted by this tea with the perfect balance of fresh Chinese green tea and Egyptian peppermint leaves, best described as inspiring, refreshing and reviving. While the sweet mint flavour shines brightest and cleans the palate the green tea wafts underneath and warms the soul.

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Serve as isserve as iced tea
1 tspn per cup80°c3-4 minAs isIced


A delicious combination of refreshingly cool mint and the delicious taste of green Sencha tea.


There is nothing that produces so fresh a feeling as the smell of freshly brewed mint in the air! In Northern Africa friends and family should always be greeted with a cup of green mint tea, it's just good manners. To achieve the rich flavour the region is famous for the green mint tea should be steeped three times. There is a famous Algerian proverb to explain this process 'the first glass is as gentle as life, the second glass is as strong as love, the third glass is as bitter as death' A delicatelicate green tea with the benefit of being antioxidant rich, lowering cholesterol and reducing the risk of diabetes and mint to sooth the mind, relax the body and feed the soul.


1 tsp per cup in water at 80°c for 3-4 mins


Just as it is. Try it iced.


Green tea and peppermint.


China and Egypt

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