Thai Tea

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RED teas have become very popular healing beverages embraced and enjoyed by millions. In published studies, they have been found to be extremely nourishing, nutritious and caffeine free which makes them suitable for most ages and throughout any part of the day. The unique fermentation process of red tea produces a rich amber-red color when brewed that has a smooth after-taste and lacks the astringent tannins usually found in green and black tea. A gentle and effective tea full of anti-oxidants, Vitamin C, Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, Sodium, Copper, and Manganese. 

At Dewberry's you will find a nice offering of the world’s finest imported teas which is guaranteed to provide you with an unrivaled sipping experience. 

This gorgeous THAI Tea produces a fragrantly sweet and delicious cup of tea. The tea leaves are ground down to produce and semi-fine powder with rich reddish-orange coloring when brewed. THAI TEA can stain light delicate fabrics.

Thai Tea used to make Thai Iced Tea.

Thai tea (also known as Thai iced tea) or "cha-yen" (Thaiชาเย็น, lit. "cold tea") in Thailand, is a drink made from strongly-brewed ceylon tea. However, due to ceylon tea's expensive price, plain black tea with added food coloring is commonly used. Other ingredients may include added orange blossom water, star anise, crushed tamarind seed or red and yellow food coloring, and sometimes other spices as well. This tea is sweetened with sugar and condensed milk and served chilled. Evaporated milkcoconut milk or whole milk is generally poured over the tea and ice before serving to add taste and creamy appearance. However, in Thailand, condensed milk and sugar are mixed with the tea before it is poured over ice and then topped with evaporated milk. In Thai restaurants worldwide, it is served in a tall glass, though when sold from street and market stalls in Thailand it is more typically poured over the crushed ice in a clear (or translucent) plastic bag or tall plastic cups. At markets, it can be seen to be mixed through pouring the tea at heights of about 4 feet back and forth.[1] It can also be made into afrappé at more westernised vendors

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  • 5
    Better than in the restaurants

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Apr 2018

    This is the tea you get when you order "Thai Iced Tea" in restaurants. I drink it hot with evaporated milk and artificial sweetener, making it slightly better for me that the restaurant version. Very, very tasty!