Lady London Fog

London Fogs are a classic well-known offering at many cafes. With just a few simple ingredients, anyone can make this delicious concoction at home. It’s fairly inexpensive and easy to make with ingredients that you likely already have at home.

Lady Earl Grey Tea

Even though our recipe is equally simple, we added a twist. It wouldn’t be a Maya recipe if we didn’t. London Fogs tend to be made with Earl Grey tea, which is delicious. Even though we sell an amazing Earl Grey blend, we opted to use our Lady Earl Grey instead. Lady Earl uses a lot of the same ingredients as Earl Grey but has a few more things added to create an even better flavor.

Even though we strive to make our recipes as easy as possible, the Lady Earl Grey London Fog is a bit simpler than some of our others. Compared to our other recipes, it’s a little less experimental. So if you’re looking for a great starter recipe or an easy classic to get your day going, look no further.

 Lady London Fog

You’ll need:

  • 6 oz of water
  • 6 tsp of tea (adjust based on preferred flavor)
  • 6 oz of milk
  • 1 tbsp of honey

Here's how you make it:

  • steep 6 tsp of tea leaves in 6oz of hot water for 5 minutes
  • strain leaves from tea
  • add 6oz of your milk of choice and 1 tbsp of honey
  • heat and froth

This a super easy recipe to add to, so you can really make it your own.

 

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