Nanah Morocco

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  • “Our postwoman was stung by a bee or wasp today and had a bad reaction. I waited for the ambulance to come for her and called the office she works from to let them know and then waited for them to...” Read full tasting note

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An authentic tea from the Atlas Mountains. Whole leaves of Nanah mint rolled into gunpowder rounds. Powerful in mint flavours.

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Our postwoman was stung by a bee or wasp today and had a bad reaction. I waited for the ambulance to come for her and called the office she works from to let them know and then waited for them to come get her truck.

Naturally, neighbors saw and were curious so I let them know what had happened and one joined me on the porch to wait. Since she was only home for lunch hour, I made tomato sandwiches with our fresh garden tomatoes and served a pitcher of this, iced and unsweetened.

It was hot outside but low humidity for once so it was pretty pleasant in the shade on the porch. I was so pleased that my neighbor LOVED the tea, because she had professed to loving sweet Southern style black tea with lots of sugar but wanted to learn to like unsweetened drinks. When she took a good gulp of this one and professed it to be tasty, I informed her that it was free of sweetener. The mint is so refreshing and lends enough of its own kind of sweetness such that I personally would never consider adding sugar to it. I think I like this as well as Moroccan Mint from Tin Roof Tea! Both have spearmint. Yum.

It was four hours before the relief postman showed up for the truck, so I am glad I went back in the house and made a lemon pound cake.

Now, truthfully, can this story get any more Southern? Tomato sandwiches, front porches, iced tea, bees, and pound cake. Good stuff.

Fjellrev

Aw, that so nice of you to help out the postal worker, and to feed your neighbour delicious sandwiches!

Helena

Poor postal worker. At least you were a good person who did the right thing calling for the ambulance. Feeding the neighbours is also a very kind thing to do.

K S

The world needs more front porches and good neighbors. I was waiting for you to break out the fried chicken.

gmathis

I have a mosquito bite on my knee…one slice of lemon cake, please :)

ashmanra

Gmathis: come on over! I am sure a slice of pound cake will fix that right up!

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