This Thai Tea packaging looks different than the rest. In the sense that it looks like a stack of 2 regular beverage in cans. It thought it got a lot of fluid but its contents is a little less than medium Gatorade plastic bottle, 16 fluid ounce or 480 ml.
A regular Gatorade measures 500 ml and I am drinking it in a jiffy. While half of this 480 ml ice cold tea made me full. I turned it up-side-down after another two sessions. The beverage is too sweet and perhaps contain too much sugar carbo.
It is a Thai Tea. It never crossed my mined that such is a cloudy orange liquid. A color that matches the orange aluminum packaging. The cloudy color was unexpected since all the natural and artificial tea I drank before are all crystal clear. Opppsss! Not all! The tea served by fast food restaurant, “Karate Kid”, was also cloudy.
Here are the Thai Tea ingredients: Brewed Thai Tea (Water, Thai Tea, FD&C Yellow No.6), Natural Cane Sugar, Full Cream Milk Powder, Non-Dairy Creamer (Corn Syrup Solids, Soy Bean Oil, Sodium Casseinate [a milk derivative]), Soy Lecithin.