Authentic Thai Milk Tea Recipe! plus diary free & party size recipes

Authentic Thai Milk Tea Recipe! plus diary free & party size recipes

Whenever we make Thai Milk Tea samples in the markets or any tradeshows in Vancouver, BC, people always ask how to make this creamy, refreshing milk tea! 

 

Here you are! >> Thai Roots' recipes to make refreshing original Thai milk tea at home to serve a party of six or only for yourself! This recipe is also suitable for our Thai Jasmine Green Tea and our premium tea, Premium Extra Gold. 

 

One serving: 

The Original Thai Milk Tea / Thai Jasmine Green Milk Tea in a Grande Cup (I'm using Thai Milk Tea in a tin can, individually wrapped tea) 

1) Take Thai Tea 2 sachets (I like it strong) + 3/4 cup of Hot Water. Steep with hot boiling water for strong tea for 5 mins.

2) Add Condensed Milk 2-3 tablespoons + Sugar 1 teaspoon, then stir...The colour will start to change from red to creamy orange.

3) Finish off by adding evaporated milk 2 tablespoons (or pour directly on top of the ice)

Then pour over your glass filled with small ice cubes. 

 

Multiple servings: 

The Original Thai Milk Tea / Thai Jasmine Green Milk Tea (I'm using 400g. loose leaves bag of number 1 Thai Milk Tea)

 

1) Prepare 1 litre of Hot Boiling Water on a stove. Turn off the heat

2) Take 2 cups of loose leaves tea (I like it strong) putting into a filter tea bag

3) Steep into hot water for 5 mins. Take out the filter tea bag 

4) Pour the strongly brewed tea into a container. 

5) Add Condensed Milk 2/3 cup + Sugar 1/3 cup, then stir...The colour will start to change from red to creamy orange.

6) Finish off by adding evaporated milk 1 cup (or pour directly on top of the ice)

7) Pour over your glass filled with small ice cubes. 

 

Party Serving Idea:

1) Showcase your strong brewed Thai tea in a big jar 

2) In a separate container, mix the sweeteners (Condensed milk + Sugar + Evaporated milk).

3) A bucket of ice

Instruction: Have your guests individually create their own cups of Thai iced tea

 

Dairy-Free recipe 

Substitute with your favourite almond/soy milk/drinking coconut milk 

 

Low-fat recipe 

Substitute condensed milk and evaporated milk with half and half milk

 

NOTED

These recipes are fully customizable and up to your taste! HAVE FUN!

Many people come up with recipes that taste better to them! So this is the fun part! 

Enjoy! And...

Don't forget to second brew your tea, and make some icy lemonade afterwards.

(Same tea bag + Lemon + Honey = refreeeeshing time!!) 

 

Let me know how you like it!!

Enjoy~ 

Thai Milk tea
More product info here: 
https://thairootstrading.com/collections/original-thai-tea/products/chatramue-original-thai-tea-in-50-sachets
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Let me know how it goes.
Korb-Kun-KA ^/|\^
Mild

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2 comments
  • Hi K,
    To reply to your comment, it depends on the volume that you’d like to serve. I normally use the loose leaves for party occasions; let’s say 10-12 servings.

    I would boil 2 cups of the loose leave into 3 litres of water.
    Let it boil for 5 minutes. Filter the concentrated tea out into a big bowl. Then add 1/2 cup of sugar, 1/3 cup of condense milk, 1/3 cup of evaporated milk. Try and see if it’s your taste.

    I like to serve with ice, so it will be a bit strong without it.

    To substitute condense milk, I experimented with half & half before and I think it was great too! but I still prefer the taste of the condense milk one better.

    Let me know what you get!

    All the best,
    Mild

    Mild on
  • Sawadeeka!
    How does this translate when using the loose tea leaves? How much should I be putting in vs. how much water?

    Also if you don’t use condensed milk, what would you recommend for sugar and milk amounts?

    Kopkumka!

    K on

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