Easy Thai Iced Tea

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Hey guys!!  I know it is getting colder and colder out there everyday but even on the coldest days I still like my coffee and tea iced.  I know, I know I am crazy!  But I would much rather have a nice chilly beverage while I’m snuggled under my quilt watching holiday movies.

Also being a good Southern girl I love iced tea.  In the summer we load it up with sugar and lemon and drink it by the mason jar full.  In winter I make it creamy, dreamy and rich by transforming that iced tea into a fabulous Thai Iced Tea.

All I need to do make that heavenly tea is sweetened condensed milk (another Southern staple) and of course tea.

Since we take our tea seriously around here we only use the best and I love using Pure Leaf Teas and I get them right at my local Kroger.


I love shopping at Kroger because their prices are amazing and they always carry my favorite Pure Leaf Teas.


Pure Leaf Tea has now come out with loose and bagged teas and they are phenomenal!  I think it is because Pure Leaf has just fabulously high quality.

All Pure Leaf teas are made from real tea leaves, picked at their freshest a to deliver a genuine pure tea experience and flavor.  The process is simple to preserve flavor, the leaves are simply picked, rolled, dried and blended for an exceptional tea taste.

Their new bagged and loose teas are a blend of quality flavors and long-leaf teas made with real fruit pieces, petals and herbs.


And you know you are getting quality tea since their leaves are grown at some of the finest-quality tea estates in India, Kenya, Indonesia and Sri Lanka committed to sustainability.

This is my go to tea for summery, lemony iced tea or this creamy, dreamy Thai Iced tea in the winter.


The recipe is simple and delicious and I promise you will love it!

Easy Thai Iced Tea

Easy Thai Iced Tea


  • 4 1/2 cups water
  • 4 Pure Leaf Tea Bags
  • 6 teaspoons sugar
  • 1/2 to 1 cup sweetened condensed milk


  1. Bring water to a boil.
  2. Remove from heat and add tea bags
  3. Steep 5-8 minutes
  4. Stir in sugar until dissolved
  5. Cool
  6. When ready just fill your glass with ice and tea
  7. Then add in your sweetened condensed milk anywhere from 1 to 3 tablespoons depending on your preference


Head over to Kroger and pick up your Pure Leaf Tea in all their great bagged and loose varieties and try their new Black Vanilla Tea and Green Mint Tea which are both delicious in this recipe too!

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