Thai Tea

For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to go to Thailand, mostly to visit, but also to teach English. There was a time in my life – a span of almost a decade – where I ate Pho 7-10 times each week. I honestly never felt healthier. The broth is so filled with essential nutrients, that no matter how good or bad I felt before I ate, I always felt umpteen times better after I had a giant, piping hot bowl of Vietnamese noodle soup. Pho Tai Chin, always and forever.

There’s a hidden glassful of heaven hidden in every single Pho joint, and it’s Thai Tea. You can get it with or without Boba. Truth be told, I’m not a fan of tapioca at all, so I always get mine without Boba. You can, of course, add it to yours. I simply can’t get enough of strong black tea with vanilla and cream, especially if it’s iced. I’m a sucker for iced tea. Especially this. Give it a shot and let me know what you think!

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Terra's Thai Tea
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
35 mins
 
The deliciously sweet and vanilla flavors will dance on your tongue.
Servings: 6
Author: Terra Walker
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Bring the water to a rolling boil
  2. Add the sugar, and stir to dissolve
  3. Add vanilla and tea bags
  4. Cover and boil for 30 minutes
  5. Set aside and allow to cool
  6. Serve over ice, leaving one or two finger-widths of space at the top for the cream
  7. Add cream, stir, and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

Store unused portion in the refrigerator.

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About Terra Walker

Terra loves creating recipes, imparting wisdom, searching for an amazing cider, owning this website, and traveling the globe. You can catch up with Terra on the channels above, where she never uses third person, because she hates writing about herself that way.

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