Marocco

Tea? A tradition not a drink

Drinking mint tea is among the nation’s most cherished traditions. It plays an important role in Moroccans’ social lives, from serving as a drink of hospitality in homes and souks to uniting café patrons. Regardless of where you sip the refreshing brew, your host or server will likely ease out of the kitchen carrying a tray adorned with a long-spouted, silver teapot and several small glasses. Observe carefully as the tea is poured from at least a foot above the small drinking glass to create a thin layer of foam on the surface.

Hamam? The local of course

For tourists, visiting a hammam feels exotic; for Moroccans, bathing in a hammam is a centuries-old tradition. Akin to a spa experience, the scrubbing and cleansing that takes place leaves skin exfoliated and rejuvenated. Many upscale hotels offer stylish, full-service hammams in-house; however, to ensure an authentic experience, ask your hotel’s staff to recommend a neighborhood hammam that is frequented by locals.

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