Moroccan Tea by Alokozay

MoroccanTeaTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy: Alokozay

Tea Description:

Moroccan Tea is a perfect balance of Gunpowder Green Tea and dried Peppermint leaves, this stunning classic is refreshing, reviving and inspiring. 

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Sometimes the teas that hit the spot are the simplest teas that you ignore in the back of your stash.  I haven’t been ignoring this one per say but I don’t always drink tea bagged tea anymore.  I seem to leave those as a last resort.  For shame on me once again!

I have noticed this brand several times on Amazon but never really took a second look.  For a Moroccan Tea this one isn’t too bad.  The mint is strong and the green is tea is nice and refreshing.  This tea didn’t provide any kind of wow factor that I usually look for.

Not sure I would love to own more of this but to try it, I’d say its decent.  I just really enjoy some of the other tea companies versions of this tea like Tealated.  Telated has a marvelous Moroccan Tea that is simply done but there is a bit more complexity to it with a roasted finish.

Like I said, I wouldn’t run right out and pick more of this up, but I definitely favor this bagged tea over others.  I’m curious now about this brand and want to try some more.  Looks like they have some interesting flavors on their site. I do have to say it is nice to have a reliable tea on hand for when guests are around or when you don’t want to mess with loose leaf tea.  This one could fit that bill pretty well!

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