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So much to see and so much to do in the country of Morocco. Start with a few cups of Moroccan Mint Tea and begin your journey through the diverse country known as Morocco.
M O R O C C A N M I N T T E A
1 tablespoon gunpowder green tea
5 cups boiling water
3 tablespoons sugar (for sweetness)
1 large bunch of fresh mint leaves
Put the gunpowder green tea in a teapot and pour one cup of boiling water in the teapot. Swirl gently allowing the tea to mix with the hot water. Strain and discard the water, reserving the tea leaves in the pot.
Next add the remaining four cups of boiling water and let the tea steep. Stir in the sugar and mint leaves.
Set out some glasses and pour the Moroccan Mint Tea.
Serve and enjoy!
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