Easy Thai Iced Coffee Recipe

I’ve always been a fan of Thai cuisine.  Whenever I had the chance to travel  to a place with a Thai restaurant, on top of my to-do list was to grab a tall authentic Thai iced coffee. But buying it from a restaurant was rather expensive, so I found a way to make it myself. I discovered the recipe 3 years ago through the dude. Cardamom, one of the oldest spices in the world, is what makes the coffee special.

Ingredients (enough for 2 glasses):

  • 1/4 cup ground coffee beans
  • a dash of ground cardamom, or it depends on how strong you like it
  • water
  • 3 tbsps sweetened condensed milk
  • lots of crushed ice

  • Put coffee and cardamom in the filter of your coffee maker. Put enough water then brew.
  • Pour into glasses and stir in sweetened condensed milk.
  • Add crushed ice.

You may alter the measurements to suit your taste.

Enjoy the aromatic cooler! It’s good for the soul.

Photos by Blauearth Copyright © Blauearth™ ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

4 thoughts on “Easy Thai Iced Coffee Recipe

  1. Never tried that. I know how to cook their sticky rice, make dipping sauce or papaya salad. Ahia knows how to make beef larb. Next time you come, we’ll Thai! 🙂

  2. You should have let us taste your papaya salad. I haven’t tried it before.
    I didn’t know Jo cooks. He brought us to Hongkong buffet.
    My faves are pad Thai, baggoong rice with mangoes, or Thai mango rice, and pomelo salad. I wish we had the ingredients for sate barbeque. Mmnn, suddenly craving for Thai food. Makes me wanna buy suman and mangoes tomorrow.

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