** we’ve updated the recipe below with an organic tea bag option along with coconut milk!
I had a “doh”/”ah-ha” moment last week when we were in Chicago to speak at .
There’s probably other brands of Thai tea mixes to buy, but this is the one we first tried it with and it was a success. Some readers enjoyed using this brand of thai tea mix called .
Here’s a that can also be helpful as well. We usually make large batches, so we just simmer the tea leaves in the hot water.
Using instead of the Thai tea mix: If you don’t have Thai tea mix or you prefer not to have the yellow food dye in the mix, then you can certainly use this for all you iced coffee fans!
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