• How to Make Moroccan Mint Tea

    One of the most unforgettable parts of my trip to Morocco was the numerous glasses of mint tea that I drank in the various cities that I visited. Moroccans love their green tea, flavoured with fresh spearmint, which is served at any time of day on a tray – complete in a traditional Moroccan tea pot called a berrad, and slender, cylindrical tea glasses that appear in a variety of colours and designs.   Mint tea, or “atay” (“tea”) as Moroccans refer to it, is an essential part of their culture and is a sign of hospitality. Upon our arrival at our hotel in Chefchaouen (or the Blue City), we…