An Icy Earl Grey Latte


As the temperatures rise, the desire for something cold and refreshing just heightens. And nothing is more inviting on a warm day than a homemade iced tea – natural, delicious, healthy and super easy to make!
To celebrate everything Earl Grey, we have given the popular Earl Grey latte – better known as the delicious ‘London Fogg’ – a little makeover; setting it up perfectly as a gorgeous spring and summer iced tea crowd pleaser.
By definition, lattes are generally made on milk – however, coconut milk is also a delicious alternative and pairs beautifully with vanilla – again, the choice is always yours.

4 Surprising Benefits of Earl Grey – which you may just not know!

  1. Good for Your Teeth: Tea contains very high levels of catechin, an antioxidant that fights oral infections, fluoride is also a natural component of Earl Grey tea.
  2. Digestion: Earl Grey tea has been known to help improve digestion and can aid the digestive process and help relieve painful indigestion, colic and nausea.
  3. Keep You Hydrated: And no, not just because you take it with water; unlike the dehydrating properties of coffee, tea can help you stay hydrated and maintains the body’s fluid balance because of its high potassium content.
  4. Stress Relief: Unlike the effects of coffee, Earl Grey tea can relax and soothe the body, it also has a stress relief effect whilst simultaneously providing the same clarity and focus as coffee.

As the weather warms up – step outside your comfort zone and try an ‘Icy Earl Grey Latte’ for a change. Just remember for a delicious iced tea latte, a strong infusion is a must.
Steep, ice and enjoy.


3 Madura Earl Grey Tea Bags
300 ml water
150 ml of milk (your choice)
Vanilla syrup:
250ml water
2 tbs of sugar or honey (add more if desired)
1 tsp of pure vanilla with seeds (adjust to personal taste)
Ice and lots of it…


Boil 300 ml of water and brew bags to packet instructions. Remove bags, set aside and allow to cool. To make the syrup, boil 250 ml of water and sugar – stir until dissolved, reduce heat, add vanilla and stir. Set aside and allow to cool. Once cooled – fill a large jar with lid and add tea brew, vanilla syrup and milk and then get your shake on!
To serve – fill a pitcher with ice and pour in the mixture.
Delish and refreshing.