Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Thai Iced Tea

Thai tea during the summertime is LIFE. I am an avid coffee drinker, but during the summertime, I like to sometimes sub my coffee for an ice cold, refreshing glass, of this Thai iced tea. Kick it up a notch by adding in some homemade boba (tapioca pearls). You can find that recipe here.


4 cups of water

1 cup of Panthai Iced Tea Mix

3/4 cup of brown sugar


half n half or milk of choice


Boil 4 cups of water in a medium sized pot. Add in your Thai tea mix and brown sugar. Boil for 3 minutes. Turn off, remove from heat, and allow the tea to steep for an additional 40 minutes. Strain tea leaves from the tea. Pour into tall glass with ice. Add in your "creamer" of choice and drink immediately.


Don't walk away from your tea while it's boiling on the stove. If your pot is too small, your tea may boil over!


  1. Hi, first off, this is a great recipe and I have been using this to make my Thai tea and it tastes great! However, I was wondering how you got the milk to "float" so beautifully above the tea when it is poured into the iced tea for that beautiful layering of colors? Whenever I have poured the milk into the iced tea, I can never seem to achieve this effect as the milk instantly starts to mix with the tea. Is there something that I am missing or any tips you might have to get it to not mix so instantly? Thank you!

    1. Use the back of a spoon to add the milk...


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