Mint tea is drunk in all the Moroccan pavement cafés, mainly frequented by men.
It is unusual to see women in these places, unless they are of dubious morals. Tea
is served in sturdy glasses, poured from a silver pot, and is usually very sweet.
Traditionally it is made from gunpowder green tea; we also like it with Darjeeling,
as it then needs little, if any, sugar.