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Mint Tea, Morocco    Glasses filled to the rim with mint, and a healthy helping of sugar, stand ready for the preparation of Morocco’s distinctive green tea. The beverage refreshes the spirit on a hot day in Marrakech, but it’s far more than a thirst quencher. The tea’s preparation and enjoyment are an essential part of the Moroccan culture and a “must-try” experience for any visitor.

Mint Tea, Morocco Glasses filled to the rim with mint, and a healthy helping of sugar, stand ready for the preparation of Morocco’s distinctive green tea. The beverage refreshes the spirit on a hot day in Marrakech, but it’s far more than a thirst quencher. The tea’s preparation and enjoyment are an essential part of the Moroccan culture and a “must-try” experience for any visitor.

With Morocco 'A Culinary Journey...' (Chronicle Books, June 2012), Jeff Koehler takes us on a visit of the country's various regions through their foods from 'spice-scented markets of Marrakech to the date-filled oasis of Zagora'. I was not surprised to find sardines or steamed sheep heads in 'Street Food' chapter, yet did not expect to see snails in spice and tea laden broth served at Marrakech's Djemaa El Fna. Om Djemaa El Fna Snails in...

With Morocco 'A Culinary Journey...' (Chronicle Books, June 2012), Jeff Koehler takes us on a visit of the country's various regions through their foods from 'spice-scented markets of Marrakech to the date-filled oasis of Zagora'. I was not surprised to find sardines or steamed sheep heads in 'Street Food' chapter, yet did not expect to see snails in spice and tea laden broth served at Marrakech's Djemaa El Fna. Om Djemaa El Fna Snails in...

Marrakech, Morocco. An enchanting city of winding streets, delicious food, warm people, and the ever-present scent of woodsmoke. This blend is a twist on a traditional Moroccan mint tea with a touch of citrus and camomile.

Marrakech Loose Leaf Tea Blend - Mint, Camomile, and Lemon Green Tea - 10g bag

Marrakech, Morocco. An enchanting city of winding streets, delicious food, warm people, and the ever-present scent of woodsmoke. This blend is a twist on a traditional Moroccan mint tea with a touch of citrus and camomile.

Marrakech, Morocco. An enchanting city of winding streets, delicious food, warm people, and the ever-present scent of woodsmoke. This blend is a twist on a traditional Moroccan mint tea with a touch of citrus and camomile.

Marrakech Loose Leaf Tea - Moroccan Mint Tea - The Wanderlust Tea Collection - Mint, Camomile, and Lemon Green Tea - 50g tin

Marrakech, Morocco. An enchanting city of winding streets, delicious food, warm people, and the ever-present scent of woodsmoke. This blend is a twist on a traditional Moroccan mint tea with a touch of citrus and camomile.

The scrumptious Street Food of Marrakech by Bruised Passports http://www.bruisedpassports.com/wheres/street-food-marrakech

The scrumptious Street Food of Marrakech by Bruised Passports http://www.bruisedpassports.com/wheres/street-food-marrakech

When you think of Morocco and Marrakesh in terms of food or drink, do you think about spicy tagines, couscous and maybe a nice refreshing mint tea? Although these are flavoursome dishes that are recognised as Moroccan cuisine around the world, there’s so much more to taste in Marrakech!

When you think of Morocco and Marrakesh in terms of food or drink, do you think about spicy tagines, couscous and maybe a nice refreshing mint tea? Although these are flavoursome dishes that are recognised as Moroccan cuisine around the world, there’s so much more to taste in Marrakech!

(d)Jema El-Fna Marrakech  All the labyrinthine streets of the medina lead to Djemaa el Fna. Before sunset, sit on a terrace, sip hot mint tea, and take in the panoramic view of the teeming central square. As the sun lowers in the sky, the ancient mud walls turn pink to orange and smoke wafts as hundreds of cooks start barbecuing. The food stalls are organized in rows; the local fare is sumptuous; and the prices are fixed, which is a nice break after haggling in the souks or square for…

(d)Jema El-Fna Marrakech All the labyrinthine streets of the medina lead to Djemaa el Fna. Before sunset, sit on a terrace, sip hot mint tea, and take in the panoramic view of the teeming central square. As the sun lowers in the sky, the ancient mud walls turn pink to orange and smoke wafts as hundreds of cooks start barbecuing. The food stalls are organized in rows; the local fare is sumptuous; and the prices are fixed, which is a nice break after haggling in the souks or square for…

The Djemaa el-Fna (or Jemaa el Fna) is the main square in the city of Marrakech, Morocco. Always bustling, it's worth a visit at any time of day, but after night falls, it turns into one of the most fantastic food markets you'll find anywhere. Delicious Moroccan eats like grilled meats and tajines (claypot Berber stews) are everywhere, and more unusual offerings like sheep's heads and snails are available, too. The sizzling dishes can be washed down with refreshing (and ubiquitous) mint tea…

Best Night Markets Around the World

The Djemaa el-Fna (or Jemaa el Fna) is the main square in the city of Marrakech, Morocco. Always bustling, it's worth a visit at any time of day, but after night falls, it turns into one of the most fantastic food markets you'll find anywhere. Delicious Moroccan eats like grilled meats and tajines (claypot Berber stews) are everywhere, and more unusual offerings like sheep's heads and snails are available, too. The sizzling dishes can be washed down with refreshing (and ubiquitous) mint tea…

Marrakech, Morocco - slow-cooked lamb spiced with cumin and served on a round of bread, along with a glass of mint tea.

Top 10 Cities for Finding Cheap & Tasty Street Food

Marrakech, Morocco - slow-cooked lamb spiced with cumin and served on a round of bread, along with a glass of mint tea.

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