Review: Moroccan Mint

Green Tea, Gunpowder Tea, Mint Tea, Add comments
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Thumbs up!"This honest merger of mint and green blends the spike of the herb with the base of the tea in accurate measure."
Brad’s Teaview: 7/10
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weareteamoroccanmintAs appropriate, the dry leaves provide a sharp, green, minty aroma which cools down to a more tolerable level after brewing. The aftermath is closer to a spearmint gum than a mint tea, but this is somehow both acceptable and peaceful. The result is a reasonable introduction.

As a blend of gunpowder green and dried mint leaf, this blend presents itself honestly. It is a respectable green tea spiked by natural mint to provide a minty aroma and a minty kiss on the tongue. The methodology behind the merger is not revealed on the site, but the marriage of the two feels proper.

The cooling aspect of the mint is understated, allowing an uplifting texture to continue its intended function. Flickers of bitterness and the fast drag of coarse greens fit together to provide a predictable but enjoyable experience. The aroma even sifts about in the mouth and nose after the swallow. This is a sharp blend, ideal for early afternoons and late mornings. It's a productive blend. Anyone seeking a mint tea should try this.

— To purchase Moroccan Mint, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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One Response to “Review: Moroccan Mint”

  1. Lisa B Says:

    I grew mint one year to make in my own tea. It was awesome. I can imagine this tea is very lovely!

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