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Have you heard about Thai Iced Tea? Do you like ‘em?
I love me some Thai Ice Tea!
It’s always nice to have it with your meal when you’re dining out at a Thai restaurant, oh talking about eating out, I don’t think any of us can do it anytime soon 😦
Anyway, back to the tea (before my mind drifted again), whenever I miss drinking it, I’ll make it myself at home, let me show you how!
There are 3 ways in making it here they are:
Thai Iced Tea
– 16oz Cold Beverage with ice
First with Nara Instant Thai Tea Drink (the middle one)
Just like its name, to make this this tea is instant, you just pour one whole package into a 10oz glass then pour it with the hot boiled water.
This the easiest to make but my least favorite.
Second with Wangderm Authentic Thai Iced Tea (the one the right)
Steep it in a 10oz hot boiled water for 4-5 minutes (or as long as you like, I like mine longer for stronger taste) then add Sweetened Condensed Milk to make it sweet (or sugar if you like sugar better), and then stir it well. I like this one quite alright since it’s pretty easy to make and tasty.
Third with Pantai Thai Tea Mix (the one on the left)
So you need a French Press for steeping and straining.
Pour a good spoon of the Thai tea mix into the press the pour the 10oz hot boiled water, let it steep for 4 minutes or longer then press it once done and pour it out with superfine strainer into a glass, add Sweetened Condensed as desire then stir it well. Harder to make but the most delicious! I think most Thai Resto who serve yummy Thai Iced Tea are using this brand.
All Thai Iced Tea are better drink cold (you can tell from its name), so let it stay in the room temperature for sometime then add-on ice once ready to be enjoy 🙂