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Drinks - Tai Iced Tea Post by :m.larsen1 Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :February 2012 Read :1929

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Drinks - Tai Iced Tea

6 cups water
Thai tea leaves, as per directions
Sweetened condensed milk, to taste
Spiced rum, optional


Boil 6 cups of water, add Thai iced tea leaves (available at Asian markets -- follow package directions) -- and let steep, then strain. After it has cooled, serve it over ice with sweetened condensed milk. Add a little spiced rum, if desired.
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