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Moroccan Mint Tea Recipe
The smell of spicy fallen leaves, the smell of dry roses, the smell of fresh mint... the smells of fall and the smells... Morocco, where autumn is only on the calendar. Moroccan mint tea... There is nothing easier and nothing more delicious.
Instructions
  1. Tea can take, in principle, any from black to green without additives. I chose this one, from the new year series Hyleys, it seemed to me ideal for Moroccan tea: a mixture of hibiscus and black tea, cinnamon, dry pink petals...
    Tea can take, in principle, any from black to green without additives. I chose this one, from the new year series Hyleys, it seemed to me ideal for Moroccan tea: a mixture of hibiscus and black tea, cinnamon, dry pink petals...
  2. Rinse the jug with hot water and pour the tea into it. Pour a glass of boiling water...
    Rinse the jug with hot water and pour the tea into it. Pour a glass of boiling water...
  3. ... stir with a wooden stick and quickly drain the water, trying not to splash out the tea leaves.
    ... stir with a wooden stick and quickly drain the water, trying not to splash out the tea leaves.
  4. To tea put an entire mint and sugar.
    To tea put an entire mint and sugar.
  5. Pour the remaining boiling water.
    Pour the remaining boiling water.
  6. Let the tea brew for 5-8 minutes. Remove the surface of the mint leaves - and serve! If desired, sugar can be added. In cold the form of tea, too, tasty!
    Let the tea brew for 5-8 minutes.
Remove the surface of the mint leaves - and serve!
If desired, sugar can be added.
In cold the form of tea, too, tasty!

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