I never in my life thought I would ever do a post on TEAPOTS however it all changed after my visit to Morocco. I have had this post in my drafts for about 2 years now and thought I should finally publish it.
Tea is a integral part of Moroccan culture and sometimes even considered an art. Tea is traditionally a man’s affair: prepared by the head of the family. It is served to guests, and it is impolite to refuse it and because of that Moroccans love their TEAPOTS. Okay well I lie they love their MINT TEA and well it is served in TEAPOTS (brilliant I know). As I traveled through Morocco one of the things I couldn’t avoid were TEAPOTS… they are literally everywhere you turn. They are being sold or being used or just sitting there on the street outside of a door. Taking pictures of them became a little obsession of mine while I was there and am now sharing that obsession with you.
Have you been to Morocco?
Did you notice their love with tea?
Did you get Tea-d out after a few weeks there?
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