Roselle drink, know as Nam Kra-Jieb, is one of Thailand's most popular herbal drinks. It is made by boiling the dried flowers of the Roselle plant, a type of Hibiscus. The Roselle fruit turns the drink a bright red color and imparts a tart, sour flavor that is similar to cranberry.
In Thailand we make a delicious sweet tea drink with lemongrass and the leaf of the pandanus tree. The two flavors work very well together to create an authentic Thai flavor and a nice complementary drink to serve with your traditional Thai meal.
This delicious, grassy flavored, sweet juice drink known in Thailand as Nam Bai Bua Bok is made from Asian Pennywort. The herb has long been known for its many health benefits, including decreasing depression and fatigue, energizing the central nervous system, and giving you more youthful skin.
Known as Cha Yen in Thai, which means simply 'Cold Tea', this delicious bright orange iced tea is one of our most popular drinks. It's made with a special type of black tea that has vanilla flavor and orange food coloring added, which gives it a surprising taste and unusual color. Watch as I show you how to make some up now.