Make it at Home – London Fog

Why buy at an expensive coffee shop? Make it at Home – London Fog Recipe which is just like the store-bought kind. Featuring earl grey tea, syrup and steamed milk – delicious!

make it at home london fog drink

London Fog Recipe

Also make sure to make my Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe. I love make at home drink recipes!

Once a week last year during dance class, other Moms and I would purchase a hot beverage and visit until class was over. Some would get hot chocolate and others, like myself, loved getting London Fog drinks. Once we added it up and joked about {though it’s really not funny} how much we spent on beverages in the average dance season.

Sure it was a great excuse to visit and spend time together, yet we realized that if we had a milk frother, we could very easily take our visits beyond the coffee shop and save a lot of money in the process.

A couple of us did just that and purchased a milk frother, and boy was I excited. I was frothing all the things! For those that love London Fog’s, did you know just how simple it is to make it at home?

breville hot choc and froth

You actually only need three ingredients to make London Fog: milk, earl grey tea & vanilla syrup flavouring from a grocer. That’s it!

Yet it’s a good time to mention that I boil water for my beverages using the Breville IQ Kettle Pure which I previously reviewed/adore/use daily still. With a push of the button I can boil water for earl grey tea on the ‘Black Herbal’ setting, to get that perfect steep at 205 degrees.

It really helps to have a quality milk frother too. Speaking of, I’ll continue my story: the frother that each of us purchased died out within two weeks. RIP frothed drinks, but it was a lesson that sometimes you have to go with a quality product to get the best end {and lasting} results.

I was recently sent the Breville Hot Choc & Froth for review and I got giddy all over again at the possibilities for drinks which I could make at home.

breville milk froth review canada

Not only could I make this London Fog recipe, but others like Hot Chocolate, Cappuccino’s and other Lattes. I suggest you try my Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe!

The Breville Hot Choc & Froth has three settings to froth up the perfect Hot Chocolate, Cappuccino {thick velvety frothed milk}, Latte {creamy smooth frothed milk}, or Baby Latte {creamy latte heated at a lower temperature} – without the need to switch frothing disks or blend ingredients by hand.

make it at home london fog

There is also an integrated measuring spoon that sits perfectly on top of the lid. You can take the spoon off and use it to measure your ingredients {like I did with the Vanilla syrup for this London Fog recipe} and add directly into the milk frother through the wide opening on the lid.

Yet it is called a hot choc & froth for a reason, since it’s main feature is to also perfectly blended hot chocolate, which actually requires active mixing and stirring. So this small appliance has a dedicated hot chocolate function to blend and aerate your favourite chocolate shavings or cocoa powder. This summer lover has something new to look forward to this fall and winter!

The Breville Hot Choc & Froth also features a safety auto shut-off and boil dry protection. The thermal cordless jug with cool touch stainless steel body can be removed from the heating base, which is nice because then you don’t have to fuss with cords when actually using and pouring from it. It also can with two packages of cleaner, since over time milk can scale frothers.

Best of all, this frother is ‘frothing all the things’ without fail, unlike other brands that couldn’t keep up to Moms seeking cafffeine.

make it at home london fog drink recipe
make it at home london fog drink

London Fog

Yield: 2
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Why buy at an expensive coffee shop? Make it at Home - London Fog Recipe which is just like the store-bought kind. Featuring earl grey tea, syrup and steamed milk - delicious! 


  • Earl Grey Tea Bag
  • Milk
  • 1-2 tsp Vanilla Syrup Flavouring


  1. Place Earl Grey tea bag in a coffee mug of boiled water, leaving room for milk.
  2. Remove tea bag when steeped.
  3. Add in Vanilla Syrup Flavouring {start with 1 tsp and add more next time if needed, it's very sweet so ensure you don't add too much}
  4. Pour frothed milk into cup and enjoy!
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 2 Serving Size: 2 Servings
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 9Sodium: 2mgCarbohydrates: 2gSugar: 2g

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Disclosure: I received product to facilitate this post, all opinions are my own.



  1. Would love to make hot chocolate – machine looks amazing ! It would be well used in my household

  2. As soon as I saw this I thought of my mom. She makes fancy lattes at home and uses a manual frother. I’d give this to her as a gift so she could get even more creative and try some drink recipes on us 😉

  3. I’d try white chocolate with cinnamon and I bet it’ll taste great !!!!

  4. I would make a latte with my cashew milk and i would definitely try the london fog.

  5. I hadn’t heard of the London Fog drink till your post, the only London Fog I was familiar with were the overcoats. That being said I’m definitely going to try out this drink.

  6. I never knew that London Fog was so easy to make at home. So that is what I would be making. Looks like a great frother. I have gone thru a couple of really cheap frothers… I guess you get what you pay for. Time to invest.

  7. i would probably make a hot chocolate first; but i would definitely attempt a London Fog soon thereafter!

  8. Definitely a Hot Chocolate since it is one of my favourite treats! This would be perfect for camping!

  9. I love earl grey so I would try your London Fog recipe, and then I would probably move on to hot chocolate, fancy frothed chai tea lattes (are they lattes with no coffee?) and then anything else 🙂

  10. I would make hot chocolate for my kids and I, topped with whipped cream and chocolate shavings.

  11. I LOVE Lattes, so that is what I would make, but my 18 year old would be all over the hot chocolate function. He doesn’t drink coffee but loves hot chocolate.

  12. The first drink I would make is your Pumpkin Spice Latte – thanks for the recipe! It’s one of my favourite drinks, I spend a small fortune on them during the fall, so I would love to be able to make them at home instead!

  13. I love tea, but never had a London Fog. Thanks for the recipe! It sounds delicious. I can’t wait to try and make one myself. 🙂

  14. Obviously I would make a London fog immediately. ….followed by a clue lattes. …and just maybe if the kids are good some hot chocolates lol ☺

  15. It would be great to win the Breville Hot Choc & Froth.
    In response to your question of
    What drink would you make first if you won?
    I would make a Pumpkin Spice Latte.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

  16. I love London Fog drinks! Never tried making it though … if I win, I would try your recipe first!

  17. Without a doubt, the London Fog, as I have never heard of this lovely concoction and love Earl Grey tea!

  18. I would make a London Fog first – I love them and the price at the coffee shop adds up. It would be great to be able to make this at home!

  19. Of course my kids would want me to make them perfectly blended hot chocolate first … but then it’s a mocha for me!!!!!

  20. This would be so awesome! My husband is a fan of cappuccinos and my daughter and I have just started drinking London Fog! This would be perfect!

  21. PRobably make the hot choc froth thing…does it come with a recipe book? I am a tea drinker and a coffee drinker and don’t know much more as we don’t frequent places like starbucks or timmies.

  22. I *love* London Fogs – I, too, used to leave my paycheck at Blenz (maker of the BEST London Fogs, yo), until my work upgraded to a Nespresso machine – sweet baby jesus in a manger – that was the beginning of lovely, beautiful days.

    At home, however, I am stuck – but still, work days are lovely.

    I’d probably also makes spiked hot choco around the holidays – with baileys, or marshmellow flavoured vodka! 🙂 Yum!!! 🙂

  23. Oh my gosh , hot chocolate. . Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity. 🙂

  24. If I won this, I guess it would probably arrive in time for Thanksgiving and Halloween, so the PSL would be first!

  25. I have never heard of a London Fog and since I have all the ingredients on hand I would make that or some hot chocolate for my boys.

  26. I would make Hot Chocolate! Not that I want to rush the summer weather but this will be perfect for what is coming!

  27. Frothy hot chocolate. My kids love hot chocolate and this would make it 100 x better!

  28. Definitely, I would make Hot Chocolate. i’m a stickler for a classic & it’s one of the only hot drinks i like.

  29. If I win the Breville Hot Choc & Froth, I would make a soy milk vanilla hot chocolate first!!

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