Moroccans do not only love tea, they have made a tradition out of tea drinking. Ever since the late 17th century which was the time tea was introduced to Morocco by traders, tea became one of the national drinks of Morocco. Their love for tea was so profound that it became and essential drink for every Moroccan today. Tea is used as a greeting, as a way of saying thank you, your welcome and even the acceptance of someone to the circle of acquaintances of a family or a group of friends. This importance of tea prompted Moroccan artisans to create and develop Moroccan tea glasses as custom made vessels for serving tea. The wonderful designs they have incorporated in drinking tea surely elevated it from just drinking a delicious beverage into a tradition of exotic culture and beauty.
Moroccan tea glasses are an important thing to have especially if you are a tea connoisseur. Loving tea isn’t confined with just the knowing brews, or labels or tastes, but also how tea is prepared and served. Everything is important for a person that really loves drinking tea, from the tea pot where it is boiled, to the glasses it is served, even to the table it is placed on, every one of these things matters heavily to a person that wants to have the full experience in drinking tea. In many western societies, drinking tea is often portrayed as a casual and care free afternoon activity, as the traditional song says that tea is a drink that goes with jam and bread. More so, as English traditions made tea time a metaphor for taking a break or having a rest from an activity. However, this portrayal of tea drinking is not so to cultures such as in Morocco. Tea is a not just a drink, for Moroccans, it is a cultural heritage which have influenced their whole nation and created a tradition and way of life which endured for the last 300 years of Moroccan history. Tea is not a simple beverage, but a savory spring of flowing culture. In Morocco, Tea is served from a Moroccan teapot and poured into Moroccan tea glasses.
A Moroccan teapot is the basic example on how impressive Moroccan art is. Moroccan teapot motifs are among the best in the world and almost nothing compares to it. One reason for this incomparability comes from the fact that its designs do not compete with other current designs; it is a unique design not comparable to others. Every time tea is served in these exotic Moroccan tea glasses, your drink is instantly transformed from being ordinary tea into an elixir that invokes the emotion and induces relaxation and comfort. With Moroccan tea glasses, your tea drinking activity will never be the same again and you will forever love the beauty and style of having these wonderful products from Morocco.
Moroccan art also creates wonderful kettles and various Moroccan teapot designs. This fanciful way of enjoying tea is one of a kind as it allows you to literally savor beauty and taste art. The wonders of Moroccan art are the fusion of beauty and culture to form a unique style or a way of life. As an example, Moroccan tea glasses and tea pots get its exotic aura not because it is comes from Morocco. The art and design the world sees is not the country, but the fusion of everything that defines the Moroccan way of life, from its people, tradition, the passion and devotion of its artisans and the exotic history it imbues on everything that is Moroccan. It is in this great environment that Moroccan artisans labor extensively in creating art which is unique from any other in the world.