The simplest and most delicious way to make Thai Iced Tea right at home! This is a simple and delicious way to make our version of Thai Iced Tea. You can use a caffeinated black tea chai or you can use an herbal with no caffeine. Both are linked below within the recipe.
One of the highlights of going out for Thai food is that delicious, sweet, creamy beverage known as Thai Iced Tea. Some recipes add spices to black tea, but we make it simple by using a chai with the right spices already blended in. No mixes either. It’s just fresh, quick to make, and absolutely scrumptious! The recipe is for one, so multiply the ingredients for as many glasses as you want at a time. The main thing to remember is to make sure the coconut milk and sweet condensed milk are thoroughly mixed together before pouring into the glass. You can pour in the milk first or the tea…they’ll look different but taste just as good either way.
Makes 1 16-20 oz. Thai Iced Tea
Multiply ingredients X #glasses desired)
1 heaping TBS loose Spicy Chai https://bit.ly/2sHTl14 or Rooibos Chai https://bit.ly/2roINlA
(or 2 bags tea bag chai …not as good!)
1/4 tsp. vanilla extract
1.5 to 2 oz. each. coconut milk & sweetened condensed milk
(to taste for stronger tea taste or sweeter creamier taste)
16-20 oz. glass or tumbler, filled app. 2/3 full of cracked ice
Steep tea in 8 oz. 195F water for 5 min.
Strain, add vanilla extract and chill
Whisk or thoroughly stir together coconut milk & sweet condensed milk
Pour chilled tea over glass filled with ice, then pour milk mixture over top.
Drink ‘as is’ or stir to combine all flavors.
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