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I’m surprised they can call it Thai tea without any black tea in it… I just went and looked it up and it does indeed have black tea. Generally a Ceylon but sometimes Assam is used. According to the Wiki. I’d be very tempted to try this with the thai tea I have.

Regardless this is still pretty good. Not quite chai and not quite thai but it does have the flavors of both. Creamy and slightly spicy.

Edit: So curiosity got the best of me and I brewed a tea bag with this tea. Turned out better then I expected. Bet it would be pretty good with some nice frothy almond milk too.

Anlina

The Thai tea mix I usually buy is made with green tea, though I would have guessed black without looking at the ingredients list.

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Anlina

The Thai tea mix I usually buy is made with green tea, though I would have guessed black without looking at the ingredients list.

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