Although the Moroccan Tea ritual is a tradition practiced to conclude meal times, it is also be practiced in isolation at various times of day. Often before or after school or the wok day or when guests come to the house. It is an act of love, and hospitality, and a reminder to take a minute to unwind, and connect with those that you appreciate. 

The tea, green tea with fresh mint and honey, is prepared in front of the guests. The host or hostess will present the tea in a tea pot, with beautiful moroccan tea glasses and honey on a little silver tray. Then pour the tea into the glasses from an impressive height. This act is an art form in itself. 

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Laurie Furber
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