Moroccan national drink - mint tea o (` ω ́ ) o guest at Moroccan home, the owner will offer a cup of fragrant mint tea, more traditional people will also receive three cups, as the saying goes, these three Cup of tea means blessing, advice and vigilance: the first cup wishes the guests' love as sweet as honey, the second cup wants the guests to understand that life is sometimes as difficult as mint, and the third cup is to remind the guests of the ruthless death. (⊙ω⊙) Although not in Morocco, you can also have a cup of North African-style mint drink. The recipe is from the Moroccan god interviewed by Rachel Khoo.
Have an empty kettle ready
Put 3 tablespoons of green tea
Put 6 cubes of sugar
Put 3 fresh mints and stuff them together in the teapot
Pour hot hot water and leave it for ten minutes
Pour the water from the pot into the cup in the form of alpine water, then pour the water from the cup back into the pot, repeating twice, so that the tea & mint & sugar mix well
1. Be sure to use hot water to infuse the taste. 2. In order to make the sugar in the tea fully "bubble", you need to lift the teapot high and pour the water into the tea cup in the way of mountain water. Then pour the tea in the cup back to the teapot, and repeat it twice before it is OK~