Oat Milk London Fog Latte is a delicious, creamy black tea latte delight with just a hint of citrus and lavender. London Fog lattes are made from Earl Grey tea, milk, and lavender. This dairy-free version is made with my new favorite milk substitute, oat milk!
I absolutely love tea lattes. It’s not something I thought of myself for whatever reason, but it’s sort of a duh! when you hear about them. I’m a huge fan of chai tea lattes and matcha lattes as well. You can make both of these by the same method. Just swap in matcha or chai for the earl grey (and leave out the lavender).
If you’re a fan of the Starbucks version of this beauty (I’ve tried it once, it’s good…hey, I get gift cards, too), this recipe will save you tons of bucks. That sucker is tasty, but expensive. You can make a really good version at home AND make it vegan and however you love it for soooo much cheaper! Try it, I think you’ll love it!
If you’re trying out Frugal February this year, this London Fog Latte is a great step!
Oat Milk London Fog Latte
1 cups oat milk (or milk of choice)
1 cup water
1 tablespoon earl grey tea leaves
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
sugar to taste (optional)
Add brewed tea, milk and sugar, if desired, to a saucepan or Turkish coffee pot over medium heat and heat for about 5 minutes.
Brew tea with water and lavender buds (if using).
Swirl in lavender essential oil (if using) and vanilla.
Use a milk frother to froth. (I got my milk frother from Ikea…super cheap and it works really well!)
Remove tea strainer.
If you love lattes, you should also try my pumpkin spice latte syrup!
- 1 cup oat milk (or milk of choice)
- 1 cup water
- 1 tablespoon earl grey tea leaves
- 1 teaspoon lavender buds or 1 toothpick swirl lavender (vitality) essential oils
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
- sugar to taste (optional)
- Brew tea with water and lavender buds (if using).
- Add brewed tea, milk and sugar, if desired, to a saucepan or Turkish coffee pot over medium heat and heat for about 5 minutes.
- Swirl in lavender essential oil (if using) and vanilla.
- Use a milk frother to froth. (I got my milk frother from Ikea...super cheap and it works really well!)
- Remove tea strainer.