Moroccan Mint

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Green Herbal Blend
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  • “As the other reviewer has rightly pointed out, this isn't Moroccan mint tea, which is supposed to be (heavily) sweetened! This is just a green tea with peppermint, and it is not sweetened. BUT I do...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I don't think this is true Moroccan Mint, if Numi's description of their Moroccan mint is correct (that it comes from North Africa and tastes like spearmint). This tea uses peppermint leaves...” Read full tasting note
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    bburrowes 141 tasting notes

From Dilmah

Gentle and at the same time stimulating and aromatic. Pure Ceylon Young Hyson Green Tea with Peppermint leaves. A pleasing all natural combination of gentle Green Tea and the sweet fragrance of peppermint leaves. The olive green Hyson leaf is tightly curled but opens when infused to reveal the full tea leaf, yielding a medium strength amber liquor which is embraced by peppermint to produce an aromatic and zestful tea. The elegance of this Ceylon green tea with the minty ‘coolness’ of the peppermint leaf, makes this a perfect after dinner tea.

The dry leaf appears as an attractive mosaic of green – in essence, curled bold leafy green tea mixed with flaky medium sized mint leaves. Full leaf with flakes, yellow green (cooked yellow colour) with minty aroma in the infused leaf. A medium bodied tea of honey coloured liquor and with an elegant texture. The subtle flavour of herbs and mint are present on tasting. Good balance of aftertaste from the right mix of the mellow tasting green tea with the soothing but subtle mint. A racy and refined tea.

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As the other reviewer has rightly pointed out, this isn’t Moroccan mint tea, which is supposed to be (heavily) sweetened! This is just a green tea with peppermint, and it is not sweetened. BUT I do like it more than traditional Moroccan mint tea. :P The refreshing mint flavour goes pretty well with the light green tea base.

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Boiling 2 min, 0 sec
Tabby

I think they have this at my local Big Lots. Maybe I should try it…

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I don’t think this is true Moroccan Mint, if Numi’s description of their Moroccan mint is correct (that it comes from North Africa and tastes like spearmint). This tea uses peppermint leaves instead and mixes them with green tea. I did not know this when I drank it earlier this evening, so thought it strange when I tasted peppermint instead of the spearmint flavor I was expecting. I really did not taste the green tea at all, just the peppermint. It was fine as a peppermint tea, but should have been described as such.

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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