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The BEST Tea Lattes (3 Easy Recipes for Writers)

Updated: Apr 6


three easy tea latter recipes for writers by Ava Hope

Honestly, it was only a matter of time before I made a post about tea.😂 I've been making these recipes on a regular basis, and I had to share! The combination of spices, floral undertones, and creamy milk in each of these lattes is absolutely magical. They're also quick and easy so you can spend your time writing instead of hassling in the kitchen. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!



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Iced Lavender London Fog


iced lavender london fog tea latte Ava Hope

INGREDIENTS

⁕ Dried lavender

Earl Grey or black tea

⁕ 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

⁕ 1 cup milk of choice (I personally use almond or coconut milk)

⁕ Sweetener of choice (I love stevia or honey)

⁕ Ice (optional)

⁕ 1 cup hot water






DIRECTIONS

1 | Brew Earl Grey and lavender leaf together in 1 cup of water for 3 minutes

2 | Strain into a tall glass and sweeten to taste

3 | Add ice (optional), vanilla extract, and milk of choice



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Strawberry Green Tea


strawberry green tea Ava Hope

INGREDIENTS

⁕ 1/4 cup fresh strawberries (diced)

⁕ 2 green tea bags

⁕ Mint leaves (optional)

⁕ Ice (optional)

⁕ Milk of choice

⁕ 2 cups hot water

⁕ Sweetener of choice







DIRECTIONS

1 | Combine diced strawberries with 1 cup of water in a small sauce pan; boil for 5 minutes or until soft and syrupy

2 | Meanwhile, brew green tea bags for 3 minutes in a tall glass or mug

3 | Using a strainer, carefully add the strawberry syrup to the green tea

4 | Pour over ice or serve hot; add mint (optional), top with milk, and sweeten to taste



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Golden Spiced Latte


golden spiced tea latte Ava Hope

INGREDIENTS

⁕ 1/4 teaspoon ground turmeric

⁕ 1/8 teaspoon ground ginger

⁕ 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon

⁕ 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

⁕ 2 cups milk of choice (oat milk works beautifully for this one)

⁕ Sweetener of choice








DIRECTIONS

1 | Heat milk over medium heat in a small sauce pan; turn to low once it reaches a boil

2 | Slowly add the turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, and vanilla extract; sweeten to taste

3 | Serve hot; adding extra spices, if desired




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LET'S TALK

What is your go-to tea for writing? Do you prefer tea or coffee (or something else)? Which of these lattes would you try first? I'd love to hear from you in the comments!




Now go change the world,

 -Ava



18 Comments


Ack! I need to try these all!! I'm always looking for new teas to try. Thanks for this awesome post! 😍

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Ava Hope
Ava Hope
Mar 28
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Yay! You’re so welcome! Glad you enjoyed it! < 3

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Ava, these look SOOO good!!! I am definitely going to be trying these! I'm debating if I should do the Iced Lavender London Fog or the Golden Spice Latte. Thank you for sharing! 😍😍😍

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Ava Hope
Ava Hope
Feb 16
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Yay! You'll have to let me know how they turn out 🤗 Ooh, that's hard... I'm afraid I'm not much help there 😂 Thank you for reading, Is! < 33

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*makes notes to try all three* Thank you for these recipes, Ava!!! 😍

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Ava Hope
Ava Hope
Feb 16
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You're welcome, Saraina!! I hope you enjoy them 😊💕

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Y'know, I'm wasn't much of a tea drinker until I started working at a coffee shop and discovered London Fogs. XD They're delicious. Thanks for the recipe!!

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Ava Hope
Ava Hope
Feb 16
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Yess! I totally agree.😁 You're so welcome! I'll have to do a chocolate themed post for you sometime (; 😂

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Ooh, if I can just get my lavender to bloom, I could make myself a lavender London fog...🤤 All of these look and sound so delish, girly! Thanks for sharing! 💕

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Ava Hope
Ava Hope
Feb 16
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Ahh you grow lavender? That sounds so lovely! You'll definitely have to do that. 😉 My pleasure! Thank you for reading, Gracie! <33

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