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Gryphon Marrakesh Mint Tea Bags
Marrakesh Mint blesses your nostrils with a refreshing aroma and slides down your tongue in sweet, herbaceous notes, staying true to its Moroccan recipe. This lovely tea houses the notable gunpowder green tea and spearmint, ready to complement all your dishes for a memorable experience.
Tasting Notes from the Curator
Combining the soul of Chinese gunpowder tea with spearmint leaves, peppermint leaves, and lemongrass, this Moroccan mint tea from Gryphon is on a journey to wow your mind, tongue, and body with invigorating aroma, sweet and flavorful taste, and cooling properties.
Taking a bite with Gryphon Marrakesh tea doesn’t only reinvigorate you, but also leaves you with its loads of health benefits. You can pair this tea with any meal you have in mind, from breakfast, launch, to dinner recipes, just as it has been served beside several meals in Morocco for centuries. To get your tea ready, all you have to do is get your boiled water and include a sachet of your gryphon tea. You can then go ahead to pair this drink with your vegan or chicken dishes, complex desserts, dark chocolates, salads, and other sweet or savory foods. Ensure to take your time to taste each gulp as it slides down your tongue for an extraordinary revelation.
For best results, steep 1 sachet in 200ml of water at< 95°C for 5 mins before drinking.
A Native Recipe to Morocco
Moroccan mint tea is famous around the world for its delectable taste that spread through your mouth as it flows down your throats. It is a native recipe of Maghrebi, Morocco. However, there is no exact date of its introduction. The most accepted account is that it became a practice during the reign of Ismail Ibn Sharif in the 17th to 18th century. And during the 1850s, the diversion of tea by the British Indies Company to Morocco led to more adoption of this practice. By the 20th century, Mint tea drinking was now a part of social life. Today, It is both preferred as a ceremonial drink for guests, and around the clock for various meals. The Gryphon Marrakesh tea combines both the gunpowder tea and spearmint leaves used for the tea alongside peppermint and lemongrass to provide tea lovers a drink that reminds them of this famous tea but offering a whole lot more.
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