Teh tarik (literally "pulled tea") is a hot milk tea beverage most commonly found in restaurants, outdoor stalls and kopitiams within the South–East Asian countries of Malaysia, Indonesia as well as hawker centres in Singapore. Its name is derived from the pouring process of "pulling" the drink during preparation. It is made from a strong brew of black tea blended with condensed milk.
Thai tea is usually known as a Thai drink made from Ceylon tea, milk and sugar, and served hot or cold. It is popular in Southeast Asia and is served in many restaurants that serve Thai food. When served cold it is known as Thai iced tea.