6.25.2014

London Fog Latte




London fog is a new drink I just recently discovered. My friends and I have Bible studies every Friday nights at It's A Grind (coffee house) & my friend ordered a London Fog latte and we all fell in love with the unique taste. So instead of paying five dollars every time we wanted one, we learned how to make it at home for less. This drink only requires a few ingredients that most people already have in their pantry. It's super easy to make and you don't need a fancy coffee machine to create this drink!


Ingredients: 
1 cup of warm water
1 packet of Earl Grey tea
1/2 cup of steamed milk 
2 tsp of vanilla torani 
ground cinnamon

First take the water and heat it up in the microwave for about a minute or two and then let the earl tea steep for 3-5 minutes. Then warm up the milk or half and half either over the stove or microwave (be sure not to boil the milk but warm it). Add that to the cup of tea and pour the vanilla torani and stir it in all 
 together. To top it off you can lightly sprinkle some cinnamon on the top for some extra flavor.     


6 comments :

  1. I am still needing to try this! BTW- all the bath and body works stuff- uh-maz-ing- thanks for helping me out! Alex

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  2. Can not wait to try this Jenna!! It sounds absolutely heavenly! I'm a huge tea drinker... it's my favourite thing to enjoy after a long day! :D

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  3. Oh my this sounds and looks wonderful! I am definitely giving this a try. :)

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  4. Just the name alone makes me wanna drink it!!! :) Sounds perfect to drink on a rainy, drizzly fall day, curled up with a book, wearing leggings and a big comfy sweater! :)

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  5. I just showed my husband this recipe and we can't wait to try it tomorrow! He loves Earl Grey, and we have all the ingredients :)

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  6. Great post, Jenna! The pictures turned out really pretty! Alex

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