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 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.