Thai tea, also known as "cha yen" or "Thai iced tea," is a beloved beverage originating from Thailand. This sweet and creamy tea is renowned for its striking orange hue, achieved through the infusion of strongly brewed Ceylon or Assam tea leaves, followed by a blend of condensed milk and sugar. The result is a flavorful and indulgent drink with a perfect balance of sweetness and a subtle hint of spice. Often served over ice, Thai tea is a refreshing and aromatic delight enjoyed not only in Thailand but also globally. Its unique taste and vibrant appearance make it a cherished part of Thai culinary culture.
Ingredients: Black Tea, Flavoring and Coloring
1. Add 1 teaspoon per cup of boiling hot water.
2. Let tea brew for 5 - 10 minutes.
3. Strain tea leaves.
4. Add cream and sugar.
5. Enjoy hot or cold.
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I make a zero calorie Thai Tea using 7 cups of boiling water, 4 tablespoons of Tea Haven loose leaf Thai Tea and 1 1/3 cups of granulated Splenda (cup for cup sugar replacement). I place the 7-cup Thai Tea into a glass container and put it in the refrigerator to cool. To make one glass of Thai Tea, I put 1 tablespoon of Smart for Life Zero Calorie coffee creamer into a glass, fill glass with ice cubes (or crushed ice) and then pour the Thai Tea mixture over the ice and creamer. This makes a delicious Thai Tea with zero calories -- you will love it!
I love this tea, I make it in a drip coffee maker. It has a very beautiful orange color,just add a little cream and drink hot or cold.I buy six pounds at a time to save money.
Family favorite, we live for this tea.
Love it, excellent hot or iced
Searched online for Thai tea after not being able to find it locally. Tastes just like the tea at our local Thai restaurant. Fast shipping ..thanks!
My wife always orders Thai tea at Thai restaurants ,but I could never find it locally.So I searched the net,found Tea Haven,bought a pound of loose tea.Now my wife has a cup every morning on her way to work,and is very happy.
I first had Thai tea at a coffee/tea shop that's a few hours from me. Since then, I couldn't find it anywhere else - so I went searching online to see if I could make it myself. I'm not a fan of powdered mixes, so finding an option that was more brewing instead of just mixing with hot water option was excellent. It tastes just right, too - wondering if this is what they use at that coffee/tea shop I visited ;)
I am unfamiliar on how traditional Thai tea should taste. I bought it because I want to try different types of Black Tea. The flavor is very distinct, that of something like honey and milk. The texture is on the "powdery" side, and a little goes a LONG way. I use half the measure I would normally use of a regular Black tea. I make iced tea with it, along with other teas at hand (white, green, etc).