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London Fog Latte

Prep Time:

5 Minutes

Cook Time:

5 Minutes


1 Serving



About the Recipe

Without a trace of coffee, this tea latte combines the iconic Earl Grey with the sweetness of honey and the delicate notes of lavender and vanilla.


  • Earl Grey Tea: The star of the show, Earl Grey tea varies by brand, so pick your favorite. Decaffeinated versions are also an option for those looking to avoid caffeine.

  • Dried Lavender: Ensure it's culinary-grade. The original recipe calls for a half teaspoon, but adjust according to your taste preferences.

  • Honey: Highly recommended for its floral sweetness that complements the Earl Grey and lavender beautifully. Feel free to adjust the amount to suit your taste or substitute it with another sweetener if preferred.

  • Vanilla Extract: A dash of vanilla enhances the tea's flavor, making the drink even cozier.

  • Milk: Whether you prefer dairy or a plant-based option like creamy oat milk, the choice is yours.


For a Warm Hug in a Mug (Hot Version):

  1. Brew the Tea: Mix water, Earl Grey tea bags, and dried lavender in a heat-safe cup. Stir lightly to combine and let it steep for 3 minutes.

  2. Froth the Milk: While the tea is infusing its flavors, froth your selected milk using a milk frother, a French press, or a whisk.

  3. Strain and Sweeten: Pour honey and vanilla extract into your serving mug. Strain the steeped tea into the mug, discarding the tea bags and lavender. Stir until the sweetener dissolves completely.

  4. Combine: Gently pour the frothed milk into the tea mix, stirring slightly to merge the flavors.

  5. Enjoy: Savor your hot London Fog Latte, possibly garnished with extra dried lavender buds for that special touch.

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