December 11, 2015


London Fog | Bride in the Kitchen

London Fog Bride in the kitchen

As a coffee addict drinker, there are few things that will make me give that up.  It is how I start my 5 am routine.  Nothing, and I mean nothing happens before that.  However on cold December days my London Fog recipe is just perfect enough to forgo my normal cup of joe.  It is total comfort in a cup when it is snowing outside at Christmas.

London Fog Bride in the kitchen

There are several ways to make a London Fog but I find it is quickest with my essential oils.  You can use lavender infused simple syrup or scented sugar but when I am in a hurry, this works best.


  • Lavender Essential Oil
  • 8 oz Earl Grey Tea Brewed
  • Toothpick
  • Whipped Honey
  • Whole Milk
  • Frother

Take a toothpick and dip it in the essential oil and place the toothpick in the hot tea (a whole drop of it is to potent for one drink).  Place about 5 oz of whole milk in a frother and steam like you would for a cappuccino.  Let the toothpick set for about two minutes and take it out.  Add a small dollop of honey to taste and pour the frothed milk over the top.  Enjoy!

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