Moroccan Madness

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  • “Sipping Moroccan Madness out of my teacup from Sawadee Tea House while sitting in the remains of the sun. I've got nearly half an hour left worth of sun to come in my window, and I intend to sit...” Read full tasting note
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Region: Sri Lanka, India, USA
Grade: Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe
Ingredients: Black tea, Peppermint.

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Sipping Moroccan Madness out of my teacup from Sawadee Tea House while sitting in the remains of the sun. I’ve got nearly half an hour left worth of sun to come in my window, and I intend to sit here and enjoy that, my tea and a book the whole time.

This is the first time I’ve brewed this tea, which I picked up last week at Sawadee. I was waiting for the all clear on their peppermint and since it was declared safe earlier in the week I feel that it’s time to test out the Moroccan Madness. The Sawadee Peppermint is extremely bold and in your face…Something I appreciate, but not what I was looking for at the moment. Luckily, the Moroccan Madness seems to only have a smattering of peppermint amongst the black tea. The smell is mild but minty, and refreshing.

Steeped, I am excited. The smell is a bit more of mint candies (you know, sweets!) than of mint leaves. This is a big departure from the peppermint, but that’s what I’m looking for. First sips are lovely and soothing. The mint is there, I can taste it and feel it in the coolness of my mouth, but it’s not hitting me over the head. It’s dominating the black tea base, but I still know the tea is there. At the end of the sip I get a hint of that ever familiar orange pekoe flavour. This is, for me, excellently blended. The mix is perfect, and really refreshing. I might add more mint to this on days when I’m looking for more of a kick, but this is fantastic right now. Just what I’d hoped for.

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QuiltGuppy

It sounds like they have some amazing teas hiding up there in Canada. :)

aisling of tea

That’s it. I’m going to Halifax just to try this tea house.

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