No one knows exactly when drinking mint tea became a custom in Morocco. There are many stories and historians have not reached a consensus.
Some claim that the tea was brought 12. Some say that the Phoenicians came to Morocco around the 16th century, while others say that the first nomadic Berbers imported it from Asia.
Some say that tea was introduced by Arabs who arrived in Morocco, others that the sweet drink was brought by Spanish and Portuguese conquerors in the 20th century. century.
Be that as it may, there is no denying that this road now has a firm place in the consumption habits of Moroccans. Morocco is one of the world’s biggest tea importers. As tea is not grown in Morocco, it is usually imported from China.
Ronnefeldt offers carefully crafted chewable teas in portions designed to make a single cup of tea. The tea is packaged in a large, eco-friendly natural fibre packet that unfolds to its full size when boiling water is poured over it, releasing the true aroma and flavour of the tea.
Green tea, blended with the enchanting, aromatic sweetness of Moroccan mint.
Ingredients: green tea, rolled mint leaves.
15 pieces per pack