Louise our tea taster says:
"Whilst haggling in the souks of Morocco, we discovered tea with mint and sugar - lots and lots of sugar! The lovely people of Morocco have their tea super sweet, this is partly because the Gunpowder Green tea they use can sometime be a little harsh – the sweetness melts that away. After a bit of trial and error, we opted for a green tea called Chunmee or as we prefer Precious Eyebrows, which is a more delicate tea. Better to change the base tea than your teeth, we reckon!"
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.
how we like it
Authentic - brew up, add a little sugar, grab your hallway carpet and flog it to the people at the bus stop.
Iced - just cover one tea temple with boiling water and infuse for 3 minutes. Remove temple and fill glass with iced water. Spoon in some sugar.
good to know
what is in it?
Chunmee green tea and peppermint leaves.
brew for 3+ minutes
chunmee green tea from china