JELLY G THAI MILK TEA: Yummy Thai Drink

JELLY G THAI MILK TEA: Yummy Thai Drink

It's a good thing that JELLY G now offers the delicious Thai Milk Tea in the country. Jelly G is the only drink brand in the market that serves authentic, creamy and perfectly blended THAI milk tea.
One of my favorite things about vacationing in Thailand is their food. Thai food is known as one of the most distinct and delicious food in the world. Every single meal we had in Thailand is a culinary delight, including the cool and refreshing Thai Milk Tea drink. Flying to Thailand just to eat those delicious food is quite expensive and not practical.

It's a good thing that JELLY G now offers the delicious Thai Milk Tea in the country. Jelly G is the only drink brand in the market that serves authentic, creamy and perfectly blended THAI milk tea.

Thai Milk flavored Tea or “chai yen.” Though it is supposed to be “cha yen,” or cold tea, the Thais will understand you better if you pronounce it as “chai yen.” Cha yen or Thai Milk Tea is a bright orange drink made from a strong black tea and sweet condensed milk. Cha yen is extremely sweet. On the street of Bangkok, you'll find a lot of stall selling this cool drink and just before they hand to you your plastic cup or plastic bag to you, the vendor pours evaporated milk or coconut milk over the top of the drink.You need to mix it with your straw before you drink it or else you’ll get mostly the strong black tea. It’s much like a dessert in a glass.
Now, you and I can enjoy an authentic Thai Milk Tea right here in Metro Manila. No need for you to fly to Thailand. 
Soon to be served at Jelly G is the Cheesy Mango flavor.
 
My favorite- the black forest Thai Milk Tea. 
 
Coffee Mint is my next favorite.  Jelly G also offers Fruit flavored Tea. 

If you don't like milk in your tea then you can try Honey Dew Fruit Slush, which is also very delicious. Enjoy! Thank you for reading my post. Thank you in Thai is Khob khun krab (male), ขอบคุณครับ , Khob khun ka (female), ขอบคุณค่ะ. Thais pronounce it as Kap kun krab/ kap kun ka.

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