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Inspired by traditional Moroccan mint green tea, Marrakesh combines a Chinese gunpowder green tea with crisp mint and a dash bergamot oil. Try this exotic blend and rock the kasbah!
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- 1.5 tsp per 8 oz of water, 175°F, 3 min
- We've named this tea after the city of Marrakesh, one of Morocco's most famous cities.
- We recommend drinking this cooling beverage with spicy cuisine, as the cooling nature of the mint tames even the spiciest of foods!
- To duplicate the flavor profile of the Moroccan tea used in Moroccan tea ceremonies, add sugar and a bit of fresh mint.
- Chinese gunpowder tea, thankfully, does not taste like gunpowder! The name comes from the tightly rolled tea pellets, which sounded like gunpowder pellets when shaken in their metal tin storage containers.
- Mediterranean cuisine, such as tabbouleh or a mezze plate
- Jasmine rice
- Moroccan cuisine
- Sushi or sashimi
- Any freshly and simply prepared fish
- Any chocolate dessert
- Indian rice pudding
China green gunpowder tea, Egyptian and Moroccan mint, flavoring