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Edit tea info Last updated by yssah - Love is Tea (LIT)
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec 6 oz / 177 ml

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  • “I'd never had Thai Tea before so I thought I'd give this a try. It brews up bright orange! Like, really orange! So strange! I added a dash of milk to it because that seemed the right thing to do...” Read full tasting note
    cavocorax 1694 tasting notes
  • “Ok, I need to buy some star anise, among other things, to give this more oomph. Today I made it up chai stove style (which is a silly way to do it as there are no spices in this right now). I...” Read full tasting note
    CrowKettle 496 tasting notes
  • “I received this from *yssah* a long time ago as well! I have always been a fan of thai tea, and I used to make a lot of it at home too. This one is exactly like the tea I used to buy! I can't...” Read full tasting note
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    oOTeaOo 1592 tasting notes
  • “I love Thai tea at the resturant, and upon drinking this I found it to be about right. Beautiful flavor and color. First glass was drank plain, the second I added a splash of soy milk to make it a...” Read full tasting note
    86
    jendang 87 tasting notes

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2tbsp for 10oz water.
add milk and sugar / condensed milk to taste

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4 Tasting Notes

1694 tasting notes

I’d never had Thai Tea before so I thought I’d give this a try. It brews up bright orange! Like, really orange! So strange! I added a dash of milk to it because that seemed the right thing to do and now it’s the same color as butternut squash soup.

I wish I knew what was in this mystery tea. It’s nice, but not heavily flavoured.

CrowKettle

Intriguing…

Cavocorax

Would you like some?

OMGsrsly

Ooh, I found a recipe for home made Thai Iced Tea that was REALLY good. I didn’t use powdered star anise, instead I used 2 stars. Just… don’t make it in a plastic gravity thing. Mine STILL smells like star anise and cloves, and it’s been weeks. http://www.wishfulchef.com/2012/04/how-to-make-thai-iced-tea-from-scratch/

CrowKettle

OMGsrsly’s recipe makes me want some. :/

Cavocorax

Yeah that sounds really good. Maybe if I’d added star anise and vanilla this would have blown me away. :P I’ve got your addy still so I can send you a bit to play with.

OMGsrsly

Super easy to make! The spices can be found pretty cheap in the “Asian foods” aisle of Superstore or Save-On. Now I think I have to make some. Tomorrow, though. I need to stop with the caffeine tonight.

JennyFur

I used coconut milk when I had this tea, and I liked it a lot. Theres a thai food place by my house that makes Thai Iced teas this way. That tea (almost exactly, but not the right brand), brewed with coconut milk over coffee. I could drink that by itself for the rest of my life and be happy lol. I have no idea how they make it but just throwing some coconut milk in to cool it and drinking it that way was close enough to make me a happy girl.

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496 tasting notes

Ok, I need to buy some star anise, among other things, to give this more oomph. Today I made it up chai stove style (which is a silly way to do it as there are no spices in this right now). I plopped in some ice cubes, because why not, and added sweetened condensed milk. It sort of worked. Next time I’ll follow a recipe or something.

Cavocorax gave me enough of this to play around with for a while, which is great because I’ll need it!

Sil

sooo i’m a weeee bit tired but the mental image of you tossing tea up into the air cackling came to mind when you mentioned cavo gave you enough to play around with heh

CrowKettle

Ha! It sort of feels that way too, especially after the mess I made in the kitchen with this failed attempt.

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1592 tasting notes

I received this from yssah a long time ago as well! I have always been a fan of thai tea, and I used to make a lot of it at home too. This one is exactly like the tea I used to buy! I can’t smell very well right now because I’m sick, but I can sense slight hints of that warm slightly lemongrass-y, slightly medicinal scent that it usually has. I am awful at describing this scent, but it smells.. well.. just like thai tea. I had to use a finer meshed tea bag for this as there is a little dust in there. It brews a beautiful wild, orange! I brewed this in a mug and added sugar and milk to it. Usually I make this over the stovetop and use sugar and condensed milk. Must do that next time!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML
Ze_Teamaker

hmmmm, thai tea. I always get it at this sushi/thai restaurant I got too. They don’t put lemon grass in though I think.

Charisma

There’s no lemongrass in it that I could see. It is definitely a different taste. I can’t really describe it. :)

Ze_Teamaker

Tamarind? I hear that is an ingredient sometimes.

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87 tasting notes

I love Thai tea at the resturant, and upon drinking this I found it to be about right. Beautiful flavor and color. First glass was drank plain, the second I added a splash of soy milk to make it a bit more like the Thai tea latte’s I’d had at the resturant. Lovely stuff. The smell in the bag is actually rather tame compared to the flavor in the glass. I’ll be getting more of this soon.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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