Ingredients: Organic green tea with jasmine, organic peppermint.
If you want to make a cup at home:
Water Temperature: 195°F
Leaf to Water Ratio: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces
Steep Time: 3-4 minutes
When I was a kid I used to love to eat mint gum. It didn’t really matter what kind it was, and I’m sure most of them weren’t even a specific kind of mint – they were definitely more sugar than anything else. What mattered to me was the way it felt to breathe in and have the cold air hit my teeth. There was a freshness that didn’t exist anywhere else, and I loved it. Then, I entered high school and a teacher told me the best way to study for a test was to chew on spearmint gum and use a green highlighter and black pen for notes. Not taking the time to fact check this, I took her at her word and this became my study habit. Soon after, I found myself drinking a cup of peppermint tea before bed every night and couldn’t sleep without it. It’s pretty safe to say my life has revolved around mint flavours.
Moroccan Mint could possibly be the perfect mint tea blend. As I’ve gone to different cafés I’ve noticed that no two places seem to have the same recipe. Infuse Café has a perfect blend. It begins with a simple organic green tea, which has that classic sweet, grassy taste to it. It is blended with organic peppermint and jasmine which bring elements of fresh and sweet with them. Put all together, Moroccan mint has the cool taste you’ve come to expect from mint teas but it’s also deliciously sweet. Belonging to the green tea family it has about half of the caffeine you would get from a black tea which makes it perfect for the afternoon. I find it’s best to grab a cup when I’ve still got a couple hours of work left in the afternoon and need just a little pick me up. It provides a little boost of energy while also relaxing me with the cool fresh mint flavour that has been at the centre of my life.
A cup of Moroccan Mint will leave your breath fresh and your mind revitalized. If you love mint teas, this is a must have.