Taghazout teapot is a Moroccan copper teapot is a traditional tea making container that is commonly used in Moroccan culture. It is also known as a “Moroccan kettle” or “Moroccan teapot”. The teapot is generally made of copper and has a distinctive shape with a curved beak and decorative handle.
Moroccan copper teapots are used to make traditional Moroccan mint tea, which is a sweet green tea that is flavored with fresh mint leaves. To make tea, the teapot is filled with water and brought to a boil. Green tea leaves are then added, along with a generous amount of fresh mint leaves and sugar. The mixture is simmered for several minutes before being poured into small glasses to serve.
Copper is a popular material for Moroccan teapots because it conducts heat well and helps keep the tea warm for longer periods. In addition, copper gives the teapot a beautiful rustic look that is very appreciated in Moroccan culture. However, it is important to note that copper can react with acidic substances, so it is not recommended to use the teapot to make other types of tea or to store liquids for long periods of time.