Moroccan tea, also known as “Achai” or “Mintee”, is an integral part of Moroccan culture and hospitality. It is traditionally prepared from green tea, fresh mint and sugar and served in special teapots with a long spout. The preparation of the tea is a ritual process in which the green tea is infused with hot water in the teapot. Fresh mint is then added and the tea is sweetened with sugar. The tea is then repeatedly poured into glasses to achieve optimal blending and a pleasant aroma. Moroccan tea is known for its refreshing and aromatic quality. It is often served on social occasions, at gatherings with family and friends, or as a sign of hospitality. Drinking tea in Morocco also has a symbolic meaning, representing community connectedness and appreciation.