How to Make Thai Tea – easy recipe

How to Make Thai Tea - easy recipe

Here’s a simple recipe for deliciously sweet and refreshing Thai iced tea, that will have you begging for more while keeping your pocketbook happy on this Emmymade How-to. New videos every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday!

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Thai Iced Tea

4 cups water
1 cup Thai tea
3/4 cup sugar
2-3 tablespoons of evaporated milk (half and half, condensed milk, coconut milk, etc.)
ice

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18 Comments

  1. I found substituting evaporated milk with sweeten condensed milk. Unlike adding the evaporated milk, the sweeten condensed is added first, before the tea.

  2. Emmy I recommend you to try half and half with Thai tea, instead of condensed milk, it's good I promise you! @emmymadeinjapan

  3. +Emmymadeinjapan OMG I LOOOOOOVE Thai Iced Tea and I am def using this recipe to make it on my own and stock it in the fridge!

  4. Where would I get the Thai Tea from? Can I get it from my local grocery store, like Von's or Ralph's? I don't have any local Asian markets near me.

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