London Fog Latte Recipe

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Warm up to a cozy mug of London fog latte. Earl Grey tea is steeped with a hint of lavender and topped with a cloud of frothed milk for a London fog latte recipe that is relaxing and comforting.
Utensils Breakfast
Globe New American
6
ingredients
6
steps
13
minutes
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Ingredients

Servings:
1
3/4 cup(s)
filtered water
1 tblsp
loose Earl Grey tea
1/4 tsp
dried lavender, plus more for garnish
1/2 cup(s)
whole milk, see notes 1
2 tsp
granulated sugar or honey
1/2 tsp
pure vanilla extract or paste

Directions 6 steps | 13 Minutes

Step 1

Bring the filtered water to a boil. Add the loose Earl Grey tea and the dried lavender. Cover and steep for 5 minutes.

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Step 2

While the tea is steeping, heat the milk until simmering and use an electric frother to froth the milk until cloudlike and fluffy. (See notes 2.)

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Step 3

Strain the tea leaves and lavender into a mug. 

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Step 4

Add the granulated sugar (or honey) and vanilla extract (or paste). Mix until the sugar dissolves. 

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Step 5

Top with the frothed milk and garnish with a sprinkle of dried lavender. 

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Step 6

Sip and enjoy!

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Notes:

  1. Lower fat milk or non-dairy milk can be substituted, but the flavor will be different and may not froth as well.
  2. If you do not have an electric milk frother, whisk the simmering milk until frothy.

Nutrition Per Serving
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CALORIES
114
FAT
4 g
PROTEIN
3.9 g
CARBS
14.8 g

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Ten A.

Ten

27 Sep 2022

This London Fog Latte Recipe is very comforting and taste really good. Perfect on a rainy weather or after a tiring day.

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