A sweet tea recipe for Thai tea.
Photo: SuppliedThe recipe is one of the many Thai recipes in the collection, which contains more than 300 recipes that have been compiled from the country’s tea plantations and small tea shops.
It also includes recipes for traditional Thai sweet tea (thai jasmine), coconut milk and coconut tea, which is served at weddings and family gatherings.
The collection also includes more than 60 recipes for Chinese and Indian sweet teas, as well as a recipe for coconut milk, a staple drink in some Asian countries.
The tea collection has also provided a rare glimpse into the world of Thai tea, with recipes for both white and red teas and several teas for the taste of coffee.
Thai tea is a popular beverage in Thailand and a staple of many families.
Many Thai restaurants serve it with a traditional bowl of rice, which traditionally has a sweet taste and a light, nutty aroma.
Tea can also be made with honey, which has a delicate, floral, aromatic flavour.
Tea drinkers can also enjoy their favourite tea on a bed of coconut, which can be made into a dessert in many Thai dishes.
Thailand has a long history of exporting its traditional products, including teas to Australia.
In recent years, Thai tea has been gaining popularity in the United States, where the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Sweden all have their own brands.
Thais are also known for making their own coconut milk tea, and some restaurants in Thailand serve a special coconut milk cocktail.