A super easy and convenient way to make Thai iced tea with the best brand mix. If you’ve ever had the chance to try Thai iced tea, you know this bright orange, sweet concoction is best served cold with lots and lots of ice.
In a pot over the stove, add 4 cups of water and bring to a boil.
Carefully add 1 cup of Pantai Thai Tea mix to the pot and stir thoroughly. Let the tea boil for 3 minutes, watching over the pot religiously in case it over boils (this happens quickly).
Remove the pot off the stove and let the mixture steep for 20 minutes.
Using a mesh strainer (or tea sock), strain the tea leaves (this should leave with you a little over 2 cups of liquid left).
Let the tea chill for at least 2 hours before assembly. I like to make this a day ahead of time and allow the tea to chill in the refrigerator.
In two 8 oz glasses, add crushed (much preferred!) ice to each cup and divide the Thai tea liquid into each glass.
Add desired amount of condensed milk. I like to start with 2 tbsp of condensed milk and adjust by adding 1 tbsp. (I found that 3 tbsp was the perfect sweetness level to get the authentic Thai tea flavor). Remember, the ice will also help dilute this flavor so we want a strong and sweet base.