Our tea taster says
Traditional Moroccan green tea with mint is typically drunk sweet - very, very sweet. This is because they use Gunpowder Green, a tea so strong that sugar is needed to remove the astringency. We opted for a more delicate chunmee green tea known as Precious Eyebrows. Better to change the base tea than your teeth, we reckoned.
How does it taste?
A delicate green tea known as "precious eyebrows" blended with peppermint leaves for that traditional Moroccan experience.
Good if you're feeling
Rough on the inside and even worse on the outside; green tea and mint are a great cure-all.
1 tea temple per person. Brew for 3+ minutes. Best with water boiled to 80 degrees C.
(If you don't have a fancy kettle or thermometer on hand, popping the kettle just before it boils will do the trick!)
Chunmee green tea, peppermint leaves.
Nutrition per 100ml
- 3 kcal
- 0 sugar
- 0 fat
- trace carbohydrate
Dairy free, gluten free, suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Made in a factory that handles nuts. This tea naturally contains caffeine.