I am a person that hates to be cold, but one benefit of the change in seasons is that colder weather means warm drinks! While I love a good hot chocolate, coffee, or mulled wine, I’m actually a big fan of tea as well.
Making a tea latte on a chilly morning is a great way to enjoy the sweater weather and shake up your morning drink routine.
Related: See our How to Make Your Own Latte at Home and 50+ Healthy Breakfast Ideas.
Earl Grey Tea Latte, serves one
1 cup water
2 Earl Grey tea bags
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1/2 cup milk
1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract
cinnamon for garnish
Bring 1 cup of water to a boil. Add in two tea bags and let steep for about 7 minutes. Pour tea concentrate into your mug and stir in your sugar and vanilla extract.
To heat and froth your milk, use a heater and frother, a handheld milk frother (after you warm the milk in a saucepan first), or you can use the old “jar in the microwave” trick to get the same effect.
However you get there, pour your warm milk into your tea and then spoon on the milk froth and finish with a dash of cinnamon.
If you haven’t had a tea latte before, now’s the time to try it! I think that not only will you like it, but you’ll like it a latte. 😉 xo. Laura
P.S. Have you tried our Easy Tea Bomb Recipe? It’s such a fun and pretty way to drink tea!
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- 1 cup water
- 2 Earl Grey tea bags
- ½ teaspoon sugar
- ½ cup milk
- ⅛ teaspoon vanilla extract
- cinnamon (for garnish)
- Bring 1 cup of water to a boil. Add in two tea bags and let steep for about 7 minutes. Pour tea concentrate into your mug and stir in your sugar and vanilla extract.
- Heat and froth your milk.
- Pour your warm milk into your tea and then spoon on the milk froth and finish with a dash of cinnamon.
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Looks interesting, maybe I’ll try that!
I love tea!! But I don’t make lattes at all because I didn’t think I had the proper tools for it. This recipe is easy to follow and will try it today
Making this right now, already have the ingredients : )
Love tea lattes! There is something so comforting and luxurious about them! I usually do chai tea lattes, but I am excited to try this recipe!
This looks so yummy!, cannot wait to try. And I adore those plates, where are they from?
I can’t wait to try this!! YASSSS
Kisses xo | From Aliona With Love
Yum! This Earl Grey tea latte sounds so delicious! This is going to be one of my go-to drinks this winter so that I don’t drink as much coffee. 😀
I tried this recipe this morning (but with Trader Joe’s Chai Tea instead of Earl Grey). It was yummy. Thanks for the inspiration!
This is one of my very favorite drinks! I work as a barista at the local farmer’s market on Fridays and we call this a London Fog. Sometimes I make it with lavender + vanilla which is really good too!
Oh this looks incredible! Cannot wait to try! Thanks Laura ?
I’m a huge London Fog fan 🙂 I’ve never tried it with Cinnamon! will test tomorrow
This is called a London Fog in Canada 😀 It’s my favourite warm drink!
I’m usually more of a coffee person but this sounds interesting, I think I’ll give it a try to change this up a bit.
Also, thanks for the link to the microwave tip! I had no idea it was possible to make milk foam so easily.
Mmm…I love cold weather just for this reason. I’m looking forward to tasting this seasons hot drinks and this one will definitely be one for my list!
That teapot is ADORBS!!!! I don’t like tea with milk but I need to say that the teapot is ADORBS!!
(Also, 7 minutes is a lot, I like my tea very light)
I literally made this recipe as soon as you posted it because I was so excited! I didn’t have any vanilla extract but used vanilla almond milk, and it came out SO good! Definitely makes me feel cozy.
Thanks so much for teaching how to make this at home!
“Like it a latter”
Love me a good pun.
I got into drinking tea with milk on an exchange year in Finland. And I’ve forgotten about that until now. Will have to add some almond milk to my next cup of tea.
I love tea!! But I don’t make lattes at all because I didn’t think I had the proper tools for it. This recipe is easy to follow and will try it today.
I love a good London fog! If my kids didn’t finish off our milk for breakfast I would be making one asap! My favourite is lavender London fog!
Sounds interesting, maybe I’ll try that!