No tea is grown in the African country of Morocco, yet the national beverage is green tea flavored with peppermint and sweetened with sugar. Over the long summer, the Chinese make tons of gunpowder green tea for export and one of the prime markets is North Africa. Over the years, a symbiotic relationship has been developed. With this tea, we are able to enjoy of the most popular teas in Africa and France.
The leaves of this gunpowder are very dark and tightly balled, made from tougher leaves. Also there are the dull green flecks of the cut peppermint leaves.
The mint in this tea and the oxidation process darken the liquor to a light brown.
A slight charred or burnt aroma due to the drying process, as well as a strong mint aroma.
This tea has a lighter body and a little less caffeine because of the mint.
This tea has slightly charred vegetal flavors with strong tones of mint.