Es teh dan teh panas
Why is the adjective before the noun in es teh but after the noun in teh panas? Is the adjective es an exception to the rule?
We normally say 'es teh'. When it comes to iced drinks, we usually use 'es' in front of the name of the drink, like es jeruk, es kopi, es cendol, etc. But, in certain regions in Indonesia (I think in some parts of Sumatra or Kalimantan), people say 'teh es' rather than 'es teh'.