Fat and Protein Composition and Consumer Accepatbility of Modified Thai Ice Tea (CHA-YEN)
Asian Food Science Journal, Volume 22, Issue 2,
Aims: Thai tea is known as Thai ice or "Cha-yen". Apart from Cha Yen or Ceylon other ingredients that may be added to Thai tea are orange water, star anise, sour seeds or red and yellow food coloring and sometimes there are also those who add spices. The purpose of this study is to design a green tea mocca flavor variant that consumers like and combine the green tea mocca flavor variant with seaweed toppings and to find out the proximates and food safety aspects (dyes) of contemporary ice drinks, namely green tea mocca.
Place and Duration: This research was analyzed at the Makassar Health Laboratory Center from January, 5 to February, 5, 2023.
Study Design: The study (proximate test) was processed descriptively where data was taken from 2 different cafes and then asked to make a taste whose composition and volume comparison had been determined by the researcher. While the sensory test uses an independent T-test. The research data were analysed using analysis of variance (SPSS version 20).Research parameters are color and nutritional value (rotein and fat) with treatment A1 : hot tea : sweetened condensed milk : Mocca = 50 ml : 12 ml : 15 grams, A2 : hot tea : sweetened condensed milk = 50 ml : 18 ml : 15 grams and A3 = hot tea : sweetened condensed milk : Mocca = 50 ml : 24 ml : 15 grams.
Results: The research result of the addition of differenton sweetened condensed milk gave different proximate test result. The average protein and fat content was the A1 treatment = fat content 0.35% and protein content 0.70%, treatment A2 = fat content 0.36% and protein content 0.80% while A3 = fat content 0.36% and protein content 0.87%. While the sensory test the more sweetened condensed milk given the bitter taste of the mocca cafee the less the thai-tea drink. So that the higher the addition of sweetened condensed milk (A3=24 ml) the more the panelist liked it.
Conclusion: The color combination of the two cafes that compose or design colors is very attractive (25 panelists). While the sensory test the more sweetened condensed milk given the bitter taste of the mocca cafee the less the thai-tea drink. So that the higher the addition of sweetened condensed milk (A3=24 ml) the more the panelist liked it. Proximate quality A3 = fat content 0.36% and protein content 0.87% Food safety analysis for color also gives safe results (qualitatively negative) and is allowed.
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