Earl Grey Latte with Lavender and Honey

Earl Grey Latte with Lavender and Honey

A Soothing and Comforting Earl Gray Latte with Lavender and Honey to Help You Relax and Enjoy Life's Quiet Moments.

A steaming cup of this delightful latte will feel like a major embrace and your most loved comfortable cover!

The first occasion when I delighted in a duke dark latte with lavender and nectar was half a month back in the midst of some recreation in the North Carolina mountains. Folks, it was love at first taste. So consoling and calming. Ideal for the stormy (and shockingly cool) day we were encountering. I entered a similar bistro/pastry kitchen that I frequented right around 15 years back when I went to the neighborhood college, and maybe nothing had changed. The scents drifting from the back were sufficient to influence you to salivate the minute you stroll in.

Stick Boy Bakery in Boone, NC dependably conveys the best. On the off chance that you are in the region make certain to look at the gluten free chocolate brookie as well. I may have had a couple of the luscious treats. Alright, we as a whole acknowledge I had two. Also, no, I didn't share! It's this yummy combination of a brownie and treat. AHH-mazing!

Thus, with my latte (and brookie) close by, I took in my most loved scene and savored the way that it was July and just during the 60's. Boone is my glad spot. The mountains, when all is said in done, satisfy me. In any case, Boone, being my alma maters home, brings back such incredible recollections. Times when life wasn't entangled, and I didn't need to plan anything before 10 am on the off chance that I would not like to.


Earl Grey Latte with Lavender and Honey


  • 2 cups Whole milk nut milks do not work well as a non dairy substitution but soy milk works great
  • 1 teabag Earl Grey (or 1-2 tsp loose leaf tea)
  • 1 teaspoon dried lavender
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla bean paste
  • 1 teasoon honey Sweeten to taste
  • Comforting earl grey latte with lavender and honey


  1. In a small pot, combine milk, tea, dried lavender, and vanilla
  2. Cook over medium heat for about 5 minutes and stir occasionally
  3. Be sure not to scald milk and decrease heat if needed
  4. Remove from heat and allow tea to steep for an additional 2-3 minutes
  5. Strain liquid into your favorite mug
  6. Add honey and stir
  7. Garnish with additional lavender if you wish

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