POPULAR TEAS IN THE MIDDLE EAST
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.