Moroccan Tea

One of my favorite things about Morocco is Moroccan tea. It has become our daily beverage.

DSC05323Moroccan Tea is a mixture of green tea, mint leaves, and sugar. It is also easy to prepare. My favorite part is the art of pouring it and making bubbles.

Here’s how I make it.

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2 Responses to Moroccan Tea

  1. bebs1 says:

    It looks refreshing and yes, easy to prepare. Are those sugar cubes in the third photo?

    • Eat-O-Live says:

      Yes they are sugar cubes. They usually put more but I try not to add so much. Even though they add double the sugar that I use, they still stay thin. I’m trying to figure out there secret!

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