POP­U­LAR TEAS IN THE MID­DLE EAST

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Morocco: Pre­pared with mint leaves and sugar. Jor­dan: Usu­ally comes in the form of loose leaves, has a dark am­ber color and a smoky fla­vor. Ye­men: A very sweet black tea spiced with car­damom and con­sumed with con­densed milk. Iraq: Dark and strong, con­sumed with cin­na­mon sticks or car­damom. Syria: Black tea with anise seeds and sugar served with sprin­kled chopped nuts. Egypt: Dark and ex­tremely heavy, it is sweet­ened with cane sugar. Qatar: Strong car­damom fla­vored black tea con­sumed with sugar/con­densed milk. Afghanistan: A black tea with sugar or honey served with sweet and salty snacks.

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