Tea is a very popular drink in Tel Aviv, it being served at various cafés or drunk at home. Tea is prepared in many ways, from plain brewed Russian-style with sugar, to tea with lemon or milk, and Middle Eastern-style with mint (nana).
Nana tea represents the Israeli equivalent for mint tea, it being widely consumed throughout Middle East. It is made of black tea with lots of sugar and mint leaves. These are crushed with the fist, after what hot water is poured over. The drink is very aromatic and refreshing, mint leaves being considered very good for digestion.
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How To Make Nana Tea, turkishkahve.blogspot.com
Mint Tea, www.jewishrecipetrader.com