Pulled Tea

This is what a good glass of teh tarik looks like. Frothy on top, sweet and smooth at the bottom. It has been such a long time since I enjoyed this drink and I have just last week started getting addicted to it all over again. It goes so well with nasi kandar (seen in the background), roti pisang, roti canai, or simply on its own.

I don’t order the *kurang manis* (less sugar) version because it just doesn’t have that *kick*.

The teh tarik is the perfect drink for a weary dreary day.  But drink too much, and you’ll find yourself wide awake even in the wee hours of the morning!

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12 Responses to Pulled Tea

  1. shooi says:

    No kurang manis?? That’s wayyyy….too sweet for me.

    The Giddy Tiger says: But that’s just the way I like it… hehehe.

  2. Leah says:

    I always ask for kurang manis, even the kurang manis sometime is too sweet to my tatse. 🙂

    The Giddy Tiger says: Yeah, it is an acquired taste.

  3. wuching says:

    i like one too

    The Giddy Tiger says: Do they have it in Australia?

  4. may says:

    I need to buy some of those 3-in-1 teh tarik from Chinatown when I get back to Oz. even though I don’t drink tea much, sometimes there’s that craving for the taste… mmmm.

    The Giddy Tiger says: Let me know if you need to import any 🙂

  5. rinnah says:

    I used to take it au naturel… then my dad said it was too sweet for his liking and since then I’ve started taking it kurang manis just like him. Cos’ I’m daddy’s little girl! *grin*

    The Giddy Tiger says: Awww…. that’s just too too sweet!

  6. Pink Cotton says:

    i like super frothy teh tarik…slurp up the bubles first…yummm 😛

    The Giddy Tiger says: You and me both 🙂 I had another cuppa last night.

  7. michelle says:

    I love teh tarik with ginger…yummy!

    The Giddy Tiger says: I’ve not tried that before. That good, eh?

  8. pelf says:

    In Terengganu, whether or not you mention “kurang manis” it doesn’t matter. The drink will still arrive like a whole tractor of sugar had just been poured into it.

    OK, I exaggerated.

    The Giddy Tiger says: Is that so? No matter how sweet, some traces of the tea would be good.

  9. domestic rat says:

    I wanna drink teh tarik too! sick of all those gingery food.

    The Giddy Tiger says: Sorry my dear…your teh tarik will have to wait (for now)

  10. chinnee says:

    how nice to have a hot cup in the morning 🙂

    The Giddy Tiger says: Or any time of the day at all!

  11. Chen says:

    how about teh tarik halia? 😀

    The Giddy Tiger says: You know, I have not tried that yet, but I just might give it a try soon!

  12. It looks so delicious! *slurps*

    The Giddy Tiger says: You oughta try some when you do make your way to Malaysia.

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