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How to Make the Perfect Homemade Cha Yen Milk Tea

A trip to Thailand wouldn’t be as epic without sampling their world-famous cha yen, which translates to iced tea or cold tea. It’s a refreshingly sweet and delicious concoction perfect for cooling down while taking a break from touristy explorations in this tropical country. Thai milk tea is ubiquitously found anywhere, from all types of restaurants to local vendors lined up on the streetside or roving mobile food carts on motorbikes.

Authentic cha yen is made from a potent brew of Ceylon tea or Bai Miang and a symphony of spices, including orange blossom water, star anise, crushed tamarind seed, and natural red and yellow food coloring. Coconut, condensed, and evaporated milk make it incredibly sweet and creamy.

Trust us, a chance to drink cha yen alone is absolutely worth the long-haul trip to this beautiful Southeast Asian country. However, if you’re craving a creamy cha yen…

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