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The famous mint tea shares its place in the Moroccan daily with a wide variety of drinks.

Fruit or vegetable juices, smoothies and milkshakes, through cafes and other more local beverages such as the spicy drink "Khoudenjal".


Ness-Ness means literally half-half, a mixture of milk and coffee. If it was only half coffee half milk, it would be too easy!... 10.2k views

Where When
Street food Drinks
Taste Price
Sweet Cheap
Strong coffee with milk
Ness ness

"Broken coffee" is what is meant by the name of this drink: "kahoua mherrsa".... 8.9k views

Where When
Street food Drinks
Taste Price
Sweet Cheap
Strong coffee with milk
Kahoua mherrsa

Other than mint, Moroccan like to add other herbs and plants in their tea.... 8.9k views

Where When
Street food, Homemade Breakfast, Tea break, Drinks, Snack food
Taste Price
Sweet Affordable
Herbal tea
Atay betkhalete

Famous the whole world, it doesn't need to be introduced anymore. The mint tea is the first ambassador of the cuisine and the art of living of Morocco.... 8k views

Where When
Street food, Homemade Breakfast, Lunch, Tea break, Drinks, Snack food, Dinner
Taste Price
Sweet Cheap
Mint tea
Atay b naanaa

Impossible to miss this very popular drink in Morocco. Creamy, rich and slightly sweet.... 6.2k views

Where When
Street food, Homemade Drinks, Snack food
Taste Price
Sweet Affordable
Avocado milk-shake
Aassir dlavocat

The milk is let to ferment at ambient temperature (under the effect of lactic acid bacteria naturally occurring in milk).... 5.8k views

Where When
Street food Lunch, Drinks, Snack food, Dinner
Taste Price
Acidulous Cheap
Fermented and beaten milk
Lben

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