This Lavender London Fog is the perfect soothing latte to enjoy in the morning or afternoon. It’s made with a hint of lavender and chamomille for a floral creamy latte!

A lavender London fog topped with camomile flowers and lavender

This recipe is sponsored by Mountain Rose Herbs.

A homemade early grey latte

This Lavender London Fog is easy to make and comes together in just 5 minutes. This recipe is similar to a traditional London Fog but is made with the addition of dried lavender and dried chamomille to give this latte a hint of floral notes.

A London fog is made by combining strongly brewed earl grey tea with frothed milk. The earl grey tea has a rich deep flavour and a slightly creamy texture, making it the perfect tea to whip up into a latte.

The tea and dried flowers are from Mountain Rose Herbs and are completely organic and ethically sourced. They’re dried lavender is culinary grade, so I highly recommend it for this recipe. (Some lavender you may buy in a flower shop is not the best for cooking with.)

two lavender London fogs with a box of earl grey tea on the side

Why you’ll love this recipe

  • This Lavender London Fog is the perfect afternoon pick me up and goes perfectly with some cookies or energy balls.
  • This latte is completely plant-based, organic and low in sugar
  • You can make this recipe in just 5 minutes!

Ingredients used in a lavender London Fog

  • Earl Grey Tea: This is the base of a London Fog. Earl Grey is a black tea with a nice creamy texture.
  • Lavender: Use culinary lavender in this recipe. Lavender can be quite strong in flavour, so you don’t need to add much!
  • Chamomille: A light and floral tea, the chamomille adds another dimension of flavour to the latte.
  • Cane sugar: Optional if you like it sweet. You can also use any type of sweetener you prefer
  • Oat milk: This is the best type of plant-based milk to use for lattes. It tends to be more rich and creamy than almond milk.

How to make a homemade London fog

  1. Steep the tea ingredients in boiling water. You want to make sure the tea is brewed quite strong.
  2. In the meantime, steam or froth your favourite kind of milk. I like to use oat milk in this recipe.
  3. Divide the tea between two mugs then add the steamed milk and some organic cane sugar if you like it sweetened.

Tips for making this recipe perfectly

  • Make sure to steep the tea long enough. You want a strongly brewed earl grey tea otherwise you can end up with a London Fog that doesn’t have much flavour.
  • If you have a milk frother at home, use it! Frothed milk works best in this recipe. I recommend oat milk which froths well and is extra creamy.
  • Start with a small amount of lavender in this latte and add more as you like. Lavender can have a strong flavour.

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Two London fogs in white mugs on a marble board

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A lavender London fog topped with camomile flowers and lavender

Lavender London Fog

  • Author: Jessica Hoffman
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2 lattes 1x
  • Category: Drink
  • Method: Boil
  • Cuisine: British


This London Fog is made with lavender and chamomile for a fresh and floral tea latte you’ll love!


  • 3 tsp looseleaf earl grey tea 
  • 1 tsp dried chamomile flowers
  • 1/2 tsp dried lavender 
  • 1 cup boiling water  
  • 1 tbsp organic cane sugar 
  • 1 cup steamed plant-based milk (I like oat milk) 


  1. Steep the earl grey tea, chamomile and lavender together in the boiling water for 2-3 minutes. 
  2. Divide between two mugs, then add the rest of the ingredients. 


If you have a milk frother at home, use it! Frothed milk works best in this recipe. 

Make sure to steep the tea long enough, otherwise the latte can end up being too mild in flavour. 


  • Serving Size: 1 cup
  • Calories: 50
  • Sugar: 2g
  • Fat: 1g
  • Carbohydrates: 5g
  • Fiber: 1g
  • Protein: 1g

Keywords: London fog recipe, earl grey latte recipe