All around the world, Moroccan tea is probably the most famous emblem of this North Africa kingdom. Did you know we have a Moroccan tea waiting for you in the desert? What are you waiting for? Welcome to Auberge Café du Sud, we invite you to spend a few days in our company, in order to enjoy your holidays in the Sahara Desert, southeast Morocco.
Moroccan tea isn’t just a drink. It is a sign of hospitality, friendship, and tradition. Because this drink is so popular, it is served all day long. Come and drink a tea in the Sahara. On the picture above you can notice the beautifully decorated table that is located just in front of our hotel. The traditional red teapot stands near a glass filled with mint, and a pot with sugar. You can also clearly notice the amazing sight of Erg Chebbi dunes. Our desert hotel invites you! Join us!
How to make Moroccan tea?
- Boil 1 liter of water.
- Swirl a bit of the boiling water – around 1/4 cup – in your teapot to rinse it. Dump the water.
- Add the gunpowder green tea to the pot, then pour a few tablespoons of boiling water covering the leaves. Let the leaves soak temporarily, then swirl the pot to wash the leaves and dump the water.
- Add the mint leaves and the sugar, and fill the pot with 1/2 liter of boiling water. Leave the tea resting for 7 minutes.
- Kindly mix the tea and serve.
- Drink with friends.