Thai Ice Tea Mix

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Black Herbal Blend
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Average preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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  • “Oh my goodness this is amazing! I was craving thai ice tea, so I put a few scoops of this into boiling water and then let it simmer for about 1 hour. I added more water and let it boil again. The...” Read full tasting note
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    oOTeaOo 1583 tasting notes
  • “I looked for months for a restaurant quality thai tea that I could make at home. (So much money down the tubes... lol.) But, this is the one. Authentic flavor without a lot of weird stuff in...” Read full tasting note
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From Por Kwan

Thai Iced Tea is becoming very popular in the United States as more people find pleasure sipping this delicious, unique tea. A combination of Thai tea leaves and spices. We’re currently offering a low price for the highest quality imported Thai tea in Por Kwan brand (the BEST brand!). Included in your purchase is a recipe card and 16 oz package of Thai tea, and we have visual instructions for you below. Ingredients: Thai tea leaves, dried lemongrass, dried pandan leaves, yellow #6

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1583 tasting notes

Oh my goodness this is amazing! I was craving thai ice tea, so I put a few scoops of this into boiling water and then let it simmer for about 1 hour. I added more water and let it boil again. The result is amazing and authentic thai iced tea. I added some sugar and let it cool down. With some evaporated milk and ice, it was heaven! Delicious and creamy! I love this tea!

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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I looked for months for a restaurant quality thai tea that I could make at home. (So much money down the tubes… lol.) But, this is the one. Authentic flavor without a lot of weird stuff in it. I use it in a french press and it comes out great with milk – or cream – and sugar.

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