Recipe: Thai tea cheese Making at home – Culinary drink curb Taiwan started a lot of interest. The characteristics of these different beverages with milk tea ala Thailand or Thai tea, and bubble tea are already widely known. The drink is called cheese tea because tea is tangible in the upper part of the ruined foam cheese.
This drink is very popular in Taiwan. In Malaysia, started the firm since last year. In Jakarta, at least there were already nine brands that offer a menu of drinks. One of the most popular.
Thai tea cheese
Share Tea is the origin of the Taiwan franchises. In Taiwan itself, Share Tea began to exist since 1992. The menus are served in the outlets is more varied than in other tea cheese outlet. Here visitors will be given a cheese drink variations are more diverse than made tea, chocolate, and Nutella.
Avocado menu Cocoa Rocksalt & Cheese, Taro Cocoa Rocksalt & Cheese, Cocoa Rocksalt & Cheese, and Black Tea Rocksalt & Cheese for example. The drink is sweet and was impressed. The sensation of taste salty, savory, and sweet from a foam cheese mutually offset.
- ¼ tsp Matcha Powder
- 1 Pint Ice
- 1 Green Tea/Matcha Tea bag or K-Cup
- ¼ Cup Condensed Milk
- 1 Cup Heavy Cream
- ¼ Cup Cream Cheese
- ½ tsp Himalayan Salt
- 2 Tbsp Sugar
In a medium bowl mix your condensed milk, heavy cream, cream cheese, salt, and sugar with an emersion blender, hand mixer, or stand mixer until you see soft peeks. Set aside in the fridge until ready to make your tea.
Brew tea of choice.
Fill a glass with ice and pour your tea overtop. Add several dollops of cheese cream and garnish with a sprinkle of Matcha powder, salt, and cheese.
Drink at an angle so the cold brew tea pours underneath the froth giving you a taste of the tea and the cheese froth. Look out for a cute cheese cream mustache.