Mint tea is the national drink of Morocco, It's part of everyday life, served several times a day and is a large part of the hospitality that Moroccans pride themselves on.
The tea is served on a "sinya" or three legged tray, usually made of brass, plus a smaller tray which holds three boxes, one for green tea, one for mint and one for sugar.

The tea is prepared in a samovar which brews strong, highly concentrated tea. Then it is heavily sweetened with sugar and a touch of mint. The tea is then poured into a teapot (known as a Moroccan style pot) which is elongated rather than round with a longer spout. The tea is poured from this teapot held high in the air into small crystal glasses with brass handles.

This fragrances is inspired by the mint tea of's a blend of Chinese gunpowder green tea, Mint, Lime, Bergamot and Sugar. Very fresh, green and uplifting, with a touch of sweetness.

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