Maghreb Mint was the original ingredient to make a perfect Moroccan Mint tea. Gunpowder green tea out of China mixed with mint grown in the Maghrebi region of northwestern Africa made for a satisfying sweet tea like no one else had.
Love your traditional Moroccan Mint tea, but just wish it had a heavier caffeine kick? Or that you could do it as a latte without the green tea getting lost in the lipids? The Maghrebi Matcha is for you. With the caffeine content of a cup of black coffee, this drink will wake you up with the pleasantly smooth bite of peppermint.
Brewing Suggestions (Sweet Matcha Latte)
- Warm a ¼ liter (≈8 oz) of a milk or milk substitute.
- Boil a ¼ liter (≈8 oz) of water to 80°C/175°F
- Mix together, and add ½ tbsp of powder and ½ tbsp of sugar.
- Stir thoroughly.
- Enjoy, and drink without straining!
Brewing Suggestions (Traditional Bowl)
Suggested tools: Matcha Bowl, Matcha Whisk, Matcha Spoon.
If you wanna get started, consider a Matcha Starter Kit!
- Prewarm a ¼ liter (≈8 oz) glass (or a bowl, if you're traditional).
- Use ¼ liter (≈8 oz) of 80°C/175°F water in the vessel.
- Use 1 tsp of powder, or a full scoop from a traditional matcha spoon.
- Whisk thoroughly until there is a fine froth, then drink without straining.
Powdered Chinese Zhejiang green tea, powdered Kenyan Nandi green tea, & powdered American Washington peppermint leaf.