There is another recipe for Thai ice coffee, which is not only wonderfully tasty, but is also more than what you get if you have ordered a cold coffee in a Thai canteen. This is known as Oleng iced coffee and is more powerful than the previous recipe. As with all ice coffees, this recipe can be modified to suit your taste.
To create an ice coffee that Thai restaurants use you will have to put about 6 tablespoons of ginger in a pot of coffee along with 8 tablespoons of roasted black coffee.
Continue to boil as usual and add sugar to taste. When using a regular coffee, unlike the French press or coffee machine, you want to use about half the water typically used when making a normal pot of coffee. The reason for this is that you want a very strong coffee. When finished, fill a glass with ice and then pour the coffee. Be sure to leave in about half an inch empty at the top of the cup, so you can pour in the cream.
This coffee is fantastic if you are used to strong coffee, because it will blow your mind.
Have you tried Thai Iced Coffee. Let me know what you think!