Thai Milky Tea with Tamarind, really it is
Location: Weekend Market, Bangkok, Thailand. At a wee food and drink stall
Date/Time: 5th December 2009
Variety of Tea: Thai Tea. It’s milky tea mixed with ground Tamarind seed which makes it go a weird orange colour. And of course it has a layer of condensed milk!
Cost: 20 Baht (about 40p)
Service: Fast, efficient, not so friendly but it was a busy market so that’s fair enough
Taste: Strange, sweet, odd, savory, interesting, different, unique
Ambiance: Sunny day, great market, full of locals. Pretty good
Shadam rating: 2/10. You have to try the local brew but we won’t be having a second cup!
*This Tea review is dedicated to our friend Craig Dunn, who we still love even though, while in Thailand, he committed the unforgivable sin of forgetting about a cup of tea and not drinking it.
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We went to a cracking wee cafe in kampot today and learned the sign language for “Tea”
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The Chef has been on the worlds longest non-stop train journey, in the worlds biggest city, on the worlds longest wall…
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Chef on Mt Hua, China
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