Thai Tea with Boba

Ice thai recipe www.abeautifulmess.com    There are many different versions of Thai tea. Typically it's made with ceylon or black tea and flavored with star anise or tamarind. And almost always it's topped with sweetened condensed milk. These are flavors that I probably would never have thought to pair together. But it's awesome!Ice thai recipe www.abeautifulmess.com  And there are lots and lots of places that will serve iced thai tea with boba. Boba is totally easy to make at home, you can read our tips hereIce thai recipe www.abeautifulmess.com      Thai Ice Tea (the EASY version)

5-6 quarts water 
2 cold brew black tea bags (I used Lipton)
5 star anise
1/4 cup brown sugar

Combine the water and cold brew tea bags for 3-4 minutes (according to your packages directions). Remove and stir in the brown sugar until dissolved. Add the star anise and refrigerate for 1 hour. Ice thai recipe www.abeautifulmess.com In a glass add a heaping spoonful of prepared boba, if using. Fill the glass with ice. Pour in the ice. Add a heaping spoonful of sweetened condensed milk, or more to your liking.Ice thai recipe www.abeautifulmess.comServe with the condensed milk poured on top, or mix it in. Up to you. 🙂 Enjoy! xo. Emma

  • I love thai iced tea. I never thought about making it at home! Brilliant.

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  • my friends all think i’m weird because i’m Thai but i HATE thai iced tea… don’t ask me why. I just don’t.

  • Oh yum! I love tea and having ice teas in the summer are my fave! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    Lulu xx

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  • ha ha ha…i really like the last pic where the tea is in simple glasses..It reminds of the way tea is served in India on small tea stalls..

    I am a huge tea buff and have tried almost every living form of tea on earth, this one has definitely captured my interest, will have to try it asap..thanks for sharing x

  • I love boba and I’ve never tried making them myself yet! I definitely need to try this!
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  • I’ve never been a huge boba fan, but this looks too good not to try. You may be making a boba believer out of me. Thank you for sharing!

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  • That looks delicious!! Yum Yum!

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  • I need to try this. I buy my Thai Tea with boba from a tea spot here, and I could probably save a bit of money if I made my own.
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  • Looks beautiful and delicious! I love Thai Tea with Boba, it’s one of my favorite things…

  • It’s easy to make iced tea using regular tea bags, and it gives you the option of using higher quality tea. Just boil a half a mug of water, add two tea bags, and let steep for 3-4 minutes before icing down. The goal is to make a small amount of highly concentrated tea that will get watered down as the ice melts. We do this at the fair trade organic coffee shop where I work.

  • Sounds like the perfect drink for fall! I love boba, but I have no idea where to buy them. It makes drinks so fun!

    M.

  • This looks really interesting! I think it would be really fun to make, although I’m yet to try the boba stuff

  • These last two posts have been totally spot on for my mood, today. Jenga and boba! AH. Reading my mind.
    Oddly enough, Jenga used to TERRIFY me as a child. I think the noise. I’m still pretty easily startled!
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  • I really need to make this, thanks for the super easy recipe! I want to see if I can make an adult version 😉

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  • Can’t wait to try this out! Thai tea w/boba is my favorite! 🙂
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  • I never knew that anise was what makes thai tea thai. Thanks for the recipe!

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  • My brother and his girlfriend love this stuff, definitely making it for them before I head back to school! Thanks for sharing!

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  • I have to remember to buy some boba so I can make my own!

    Mana
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  • Yum yummm! I’m definitely going to try this! Anything with sweetened condensed milk must be delicious, hahaha! We have a bunch of boba pearls and wide straws in the house that we haven’t used yet, so maybe I’ll try it out this weekend!

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  • What a great idea for a refreshing drink with friends. You must have the classiest little get togethers!

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  • Such great pictures! Love the star anise! Such a fun recipe! 🙂

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  • Yum! Makes me want to leave the office to go make this!

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  • Looks so good !!
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  • Now I feel really boring because at the moment I´m drinking a banal herbs tea with honey, only the name is a bit interesting, because the name is as follows “clear head” 😉

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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  • Gorgeous photos. This looks like a great beverage for this strange transition between summer and autumn.

  • I just happen to have some star anise and was wondering what to do with it – now I know!
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  • Looks delicious and will be the perfect drink to accompany my skinny breakfast that I am sharing tomorrow on my blog

    XX Luba

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  • YUM! i love love love thai tea, but have never tried it with boba! thank you 🙂
    xo
    jenna
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  • This looks so good! Anything with condensed milk is bound to be delicious hah

  • I wish I liked tea these look amazing….

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