Chocolate Hazelnut Iced Chai

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

This was inspired by the Thai Iced tea that our Thai restaurants serve. I don't usually post recipes that require such a specific ingredient but I'm hoping members will be inspired to try other flavors as well as what is posted. has this specific tea. They also have vanilla nut creme and creme caramel which I haven't tried but would probably be yummy!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Boil water.
  2. Meanwhile put all teabags into a 2 cup glass measuring cup. (or into another heat proof container). Pour hot water over teabags.
  3. Steep for at least 5 minutes. It may taste bitter but don't be concerned. The sugar and milk will even it out.
  4. Remove teabags and add sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved.
  5. To Serve immediately: Add ice to 4 cups. Divide tea among the cups and add 1/2 cup soymilk to each.
  6. To Store: Put tea concentrate into fridge. When ready to serve pour 1/2 cup of concentrate and 1/2 cup of soymilk into a cup and enjoy!
  7. NOTE: This is actually a decaf tea. If you want to serve this as a dessert tea just try a decaf regular tea so that the whole beverage is decaf. Also if you use plain or unsweetend soymilk you will want to add more sugar.


Most Helpful

I love Stash and had the requested tea, my changes were to use Splenda in place of sugar and I used True Almond Milk (vanilla flavor) as it was in my fridge. It all combined to make a really lovely afternoon break with an excellent flavor and smooth body. :D

Annacia March 06, 2013

Wanting to get the right idea of what to expect from this recipe, I followed it right on down, & we were greatly pleased at the results ~ Wonderfully satisfying beverage! Thanks for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]

Sydney Mike April 21, 2011

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