The first time I had an earl gray latte was in Seattle. It was in a place called Mr. West Cafe Bar. They also had the most delicious almond butter and Jam toast. It was one of the best toasts I had in my life (And I’m the biggest bread snob in the world). I normally don’t drink caffeine – it doesn’t help with my HD, Hyperactivity Disorder (did you think I have High Definition problems? 😉 – but sometimes I have to. Especially when the beverage is called Seattle Fog.
Small dosage here and there on a full stomach and no stress is okay. When I am stressed out, forget it.
My heart starts to race, which makes me all panicky. I start biting myself for being weak and I swear to god that that would be the last time I put this poison in my body. But then I go on vacations and forget about all my rules and promises. But then it’s fine because I’m very relaxed and happy. If you’re weak like me, make your latte weak. But make it. It’s good xxs
Seattle fog - earl gray vanilla latte
- 1 Earl Grey tea bag
- 1 teaspoon honey or sweetener of your choice
- ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
- ½ cup oat milk or any milk of your choice
- Cinnamon - optional
- Put the tea bag in a mug and cover about ½ of it with boiling water. Add honey and vanilla extract, and mix. Cover with a small plate to keep it warm and let it brew while you boil the milk. I used and the milk steamer of my husband’s espresso machine. If you don’t have a steamer boil the milk on the stove over high heat, until it forms a foam. Remove the tea bag and pour the milk into the mag. Garnish with cinnamon and let it cool a bit before you drink it.