3 Reviews

This is pretty good. For the person who was wondering why it's not the orange color like in restaurants, food coloring is in the Thai tea that they brew in restaurants. You can get Thai tea leaves (Pantai brand is one) that have the yellow food coloring mixed in already and get a Thai tea restaurant result. Just use stevia or artificial sweetener and evaporated milk or coconut milk. Many recipes have sweetened condensed milk that is similar to evaporated milk with sugar in it.

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Katherine C. July 18, 2015

I made this hoping to achieve the typical orange thai milk tea that are served in asian restaurants but this didn't come close. It tastes nice though! I'll try adding coconut milk next time.

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Hana_I November 15, 2010

This is nice! I was worried the start anise would overpower but it does not. Made for My 3 Chefs 11/08.

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Elmotoo November 29, 2008
Sugar-Free Thai Iced Tea