How to Make a Maple London Fog (Earl Grey Tea Latte)

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Coffee is my best buddy most days. It’s my greatest friend during that nasty afternoon slump when I REALLY want to take a nap, but I can’t because I either have work to do, a house to tidy, and / or some toddlers to play with. Lately however, I’ve found a new drink that rivals my DIY coffee latte: a maple London Fog. OH MY! I’ve always wanted to try making a London Fog (it’s essentially an Earl Grey tea latte), and when I tried adding in some maple syrup it was extremely tasty. The verdict? I’m going to be drinking this every day too! It’s an especially lovely drink for Fall. It’s fragrant and rich. Ready to make your own?

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How to make a DIY maple London Fog (an Earl Grey latte)

You’ll Need:

  • 1/2 cup of strongly brewed Earl Grey tea
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1 Tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • handheld milk frother (affiliate link)

How to make a DIY maple London Fog (an Earl Grey latte)

Make sure your tea’s nice and strong and that there’s lots of room left in your mug for milk.

How to make a DIY maple London Fog (an Earl Grey latte)

Mix together the milk, syrup and the vanilla and heat them for a minute in the microwave.

How to make a DIY maple London Fog (an Earl Grey latte)

Froth the milk mixture with your handheld frother (affiliate link) for a few seconds until it’s nice and foamy.

How to make a DIY maple London Fog (an Earl Grey latte)

Pour the foamed milk into your tea.

How to make a DIY maple London Fog (an Earl Grey latte)

Enjoy!

If you’d prefer to watch a video tutorial on how to make a maple London Fog, here you go!

10 Comments

  1. This sounds like a hug in a mug! I love Earl Grey tea and your version is lovely! I have never heard of tea called London fog! πŸ™‚
    Thank you for sharing with us at Fiesta Friday!

    1. Thanks Petra! I didn’t actually know until last fall what a London Fog was either, so you’re not alone! LOL! Now it is one of my favourite ways to drink tea….

  2. Do you know where that mug is from? I received one as a gift a while back and it just broke a couple weeks ago. ? I came here for the maple London Fog recipe but had to ask about your mug!!

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