Lavender London Fog

Sweet and creamy, indulge in a café favorite at home. Make this easy Lavender London Fog, and garnish with dark Belgian chocolate grated with a microplane for a perfect pairing.

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Cozy up and brighten your mood with a Lavender London Fog. Earl Grey is a “naturally happy tea”, as the natural cold-pressed bergamot oil uplifts the spirit and increases an overall sense of well-being.

 

Natural bergamot oil contains alpha-pinene and limonene, which act as natural antidepressants. As these compounds aren’t present in artificial versions, we make sure to blend our Earl Grey with the real thing to achieve the antidepressant properties of Earl Grey.

 

“Earl Grey tea derives its signature taste from the addition of the aromatic bergamot oil.”

Lavender London Fog

Serves 1 lattea

Ingredients

  • 1
    TEALEAVES Earl Grey with Lavender pyramid teabag
  • To Taste
    Sugar
  • 4 Ounces
    Milk or Milk Substitute
  • -
    Dried Lavender Flowers (for garnish)
  • -
    Dark Chocolate, shaved (for garnish)

Steps

  1. Infuse 1 pyramid teabag of TEALEAVES Earl Grey with Lavender in a teacup of hot water (210ºF is ideal for black tea) for 2-3 minutes.

  2. Add sugar to taste, and stir until dissolved.

  3. Add sugar to taste, and stir until dissolved.

  4. Pour milk directly into teacup.

  5. Garnish with dried lavender flowers and dark Belgian chocolate grated with a microplane.

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