Marrakesh Mint Tea

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Edit tea info Last updated by Josie Jade
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “My tea of last night. Why did I take such a long break from it? Its quite good, fresh, minty, without feeling at all like mouthwash. And it was a lovely tea to drink on a nice evening like...” Read full tasting note
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  • “We went out to dinner tonight, so I decided mint tea would be just the thing right now. This tea is probably a little older, I can't remember exactly when I got it but it has to have been a while,...” Read full tasting note
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    JosieJade 358 tasting notes

From The Spice and Tea Exchange

Very refreshing tea made of China green & gunpowder tea leaves mixed with mountain peppermint. Also great as an iced tea.

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My tea of last night. Why did I take such a long break from it? Its quite good, fresh, minty, without feeling at all like mouthwash. And it was a lovely tea to drink on a nice evening like yesterday was.

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We went out to dinner tonight, so I decided mint tea would be just the thing right now. This tea is probably a little older, I can’t remember exactly when I got it but it has to have been a while, since we don’t have a Spice & Tea Exchange in our town. I was surprised to see when I was making this tea that it has gunpowder green tea and mint in it – not just mint. It smells really strongly of fresh mint, but the tea itself has a nice green tea and mint aroma. This is a nice balance of flavors. It’s not too overwhelmingly mint, and it’s a heavier sort of tea. There is a nice little cooling mint aftertaste, but again, it’s not in-your-face mintiness. The label says that it’s great as an iced tea too, and I can believe it. I think it would also be good to have on hand for when you’re not feeling well. It’s a nicely refreshing cup.

-Dry blend has a mixture of small pieces of green tea and mint leaves.
-Dry leaves smell strongly of fresh mint. Tea liquor aroma is of green tea and mint.
-Tea liquor is a clear dark yellow color.
-Heavy vegetal and mint flavor and finish. Light cooling mint aftertaste.
-Best with sweetener.
-Very good tea. A nice refreshing balance of mint and green tea.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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