Thai Iced Tea is just one of the many frosty drinks used to beat the heat in Thailand. In this post Kaitlyn explores Thai-style Iced Tea, Coffee and colorful Herbal Teas that are found in restaurants and at street stalls across the land. These drinks are easy to make at home for your own dinners, summer parties and barbecues.
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Roti canai is Malaysia’s version of the flat Indian bread roti, which is also a popular snack in Thailand. Teh tarik, or pulled tea, is a traditional accompaniment. This is a combination you’ll find hard not to fall in love with.
Fresh sugarcane for sale at a local Thai market. Throughout South East Asia sugarcane is enjoyed whole as a snack or squeezed for its juice. Thailand is a major exporter of cane sugar.
Cocktails are not yet typical drinks in Thailand, but you can use Thai ingredients like ginger, lemongrass, and coconut milk to inspire your own mixed creations. Try our Thai Basil Mojito, a Pineapple Ginger Daiquiri, Coconut Eggnog, or homemade Lemongrass Syrup.