London Fog Tea Latte

London absolute bliss!

2 min 3 min 5  min

I do like a splash of milk in my tea every now and then and this London Fog takes a simple cup of tea to the next level.

A London Fog or London Fog Latte is very easy to make. Basically all you need is Earl Gray tea, milk, sweetener and vanilla syrup. To give our London Fog tea an extra twist, we decided to add lavender and a pinch of cinnamon.

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What do you need for London Fog?

  • 1 teaspoon Earl Grey
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • vanilla extract
  • sugar (preferably candy rocked sugar!) or honey
  • lavender
  • ground cinnamon
London Fog - Ingredients

How do you make London Fog?

Follow the 'step-by-step plan' below and you will have your own London Fog tea within 5 minutes!

  1. mix 1 teaspoon loose Earl Gray tea with 1 teaspoon lavender
  2. grab a tea egg and fill it with your Earl Gray Lavender tea blend
  3. place the infuser in the teacup, boil water and fill the cup to three quarters
  4. let the tea steep for 5 minutes
    London Fog - serving
  5. add a generous amount of sweetener (I personally like honey the best!)
  6. add a drop of vanilla syrup
  7. frothing some milk (any kind) while reheating (don't let it get too hot)
  8. add the milk and foam to the tea and fill the cup.
    London Fog - add milk
  9. sprinkle with a little cinnamon and lavender

All done? Enjoy!!!

Tea Shop The Smallest House

In our tea shop you can find almost all the ingredients for a delicious London Fog tea. We have a very large collection of different Earl Gray teas. Both with and without caffeine.

Don't have the time or inclination to make London Fog yourself? Come and visit one of our special tea rooms. We are happy to prepare one for you!

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For a large part of her life Kirsten has had a passion for entrepreneurship and tea. Since 2014, she has been combining this with her husband, Niels, in the tea specialty store Het Kleinste Huis (The Smallest House in Amsterdam). Kirsten likes to write about things that keep her busy (this doesn't have to be just tea!).

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