Moroccan Mint Green Full-Leaf Tea

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$13.75 - Tin - 5.1 ounces / 50-60 cups #10025
$43.00 - Bulk - 1 lb / 200 cups #30025
$13.00 - Refill - 5.1 ounces / 50-60 cups #11025
$5.50 - Taster Tin - 1.02 ounces / 10 cups #87025

Tea of Good Health - Cool and refreshing, this brew is traditionally sipped from glass teacups with an overindulgence of sugar. Fragrant gunpowder and refreshing peppermint brews a soothing cup.

Caffeine

Green tea contains less than a quarter the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping green tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water just short of boiling. Then pour water over tea and steep for 1-3 minutes (if using a tea bag) or 2-4 minutes (if using full-leaf tea.)

Ingredients

Finest Formosan gunpowder green tea leaves and peppermint

Calories

0

Country of Origin

China

Citizen Reviews
  • 4.5 Star

Not what I was expecting

2 Stars Not what I was expecting

from WA on wrote:

I'm not an expert on Moroccan mint tea, but from other Moroccan mint teas I've had, this taste was not what I expected. Maybe it's not the right variety of mint, or the mint is too strong. I'm not sure, but we did not enjoy this.

Moroccan Mint tea

5 Stars Moroccan Mint tea

from VA on wrote:

Almost like being in Morroco...their tea as well as the mint tea in Turkey are sooooo favorable. Love it!!!

Best mint tea

5 Stars Best mint tea

from MD on wrote:

This makes the absolute best cup of mint tea. I make a large iced pitcher weekly. It's so refined, never biting or bitter, but almost floral and soft in its mintiness. I will buy this for life.

Absolute Favorite Tea!

5 Stars Absolute Favorite Tea!

from NC on wrote:

I bought this because I was looking for something to help with nausea stemming from various health issues. This Tea is comforting and tastes wonderful! Totally eliminates my nausea and actually helps some with Migraine!

Grew up with this tea

5 Stars Grew up with this tea

from NY on wrote:

First of all, let me say that this tea was so close to what I grew up with I was almost sorry for my mint out back. I have gunpowder loose tea my uncle brought back from Morocco. (we are Moroccan.) we grew up drinking the tea out of short clear glasses with the Moroccan spiced cookies grandma used to make. I think this will be our favorite.