DJ 3000 - Moroccan Mint Tea album download
|Moroccan Mint Tea|
|The Right Of Passage|
|mt-039||DJ 3000||Moroccan Mint Tea (12")||Motech||mt-039||US||2013|
|MTD 039||DJ 3000||Moroccan Mint Tea (4xFile, MP3, 320)||Motech||MTD 039||US||2012|
|MT-039||DJ 3000||Moroccan Mint Tea (12", TP, W/Lbl)||Motech||MT-039||US||2013|
With the Moroccan Mint Tea EP (MT-039), DJ 3000 puts the evolution of his funk on full display. The title track, "Moroccan Mint Tea", embodies its namesake, an acidic melody with a tart drop of funky bass line and an assortment of percussive elements to compliment the melody. Moroccan Mint Tea" shows DJ 3000 flex his progression from heavily laced ethnic compositions and strict Detroit Techno influenced production to a well balanced repertoire of world funk, Detroit melodies and both traditional and electronic percussive elements
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DJ 3000 - Moroccan Mint Tea (Original Mix).
2. The Right of Passage (Original Mix). 122 bpm, 8A, A minor, 2012-12-03, Techno, 1 4. DJ 3000. 3. Serpiento (Original Mix). 124 bpm, 11B, A major, 2012-12-03, Techno, 0 4.
Maghrebi mint tea, also known as Moroccan mint tea, is a green tea prepared with spearmint leaves and sugar, traditional to the Greater Maghreb region (the northwest African countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Mauritania). It has since spread throughout North Africa, parts of the Sahel, France and the Arab world. It is most closely associated with Morocco and in Spanish is known simply as "Moorish tea", té moruno
A great favourite, this fine TWG Tea green tea is perfectly blended with suave and strong Sahara mint. Grand Classic Tea Blends.
Moroccan Mint Tea and Moroccan Tea Culture. Cultura RM/Tim E White/Collection Mix: Subjects/Getty Images. Historians differ as to when they believe tea was introduced to Moroccan culture. Although some say it may have been as early as the 12th century, others claim that it was only as recent as the 18th century. If the latter is correct, Moroccans were quick to embrace tea drinking as a norm of their own, resulting in Morocco's current standing as one of the top importers of tea worldwide