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Lavender London Fog Latte for Mom

Treat mom to a Lavender London Fog Latte this Mother’s Day. A creamy, frothy and sweet tea drink with notes of citrus, bergamot and hint of lavender. Pretty and delicious!

Lavender London Fog Latte in Pretty White and Lavender Mug with Silver Spoon on Saucer

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Are you a latte drinker? Prefer coffee? Maybe tea? I switch back and forth depending on the time of day, the season and sometimes my mood.

One thing that doesn’t change, though, is how particular I am about the taste. For me, lattes have to be done just right.

Lavender London Fog Latte

With Mother’s Day around the corner, I thought I’d share a delicious Lavender London Fog Latte I created using my new Milk Cafe from Breville. Don’t you just love its sleek design?!

Breville Milk Cafe in Stainless Steel

This tea latte may sound fancy, but I promise it’s super easy with only 6 ingredients. Ready to make one in 10 minutes or less?

Be sure to read on to find out how to enter for a chance to win your very own Milk Cafe in celebration of Mother’s Day!

Earl Grey Latte Topped with Lavender in White Mug

How would I describe this hot milk drink? Creamy, frothy and sweet, with notes of citrus and bergamot that you would expect in an earl grey tea. The lavender is subtle, not like some lavender drinks that can be overpowering.

I love how pretty it looks too. And calming.

Earl Grey Tea Latte Topped with Dried Lavender in White Mug with Lavender Trim

It’s one of those simple things that reminds me to slow down and be present. Sip, breathe, sip… Moms need that, right?

That’s how I like to start my morning. At times, the afternoon calls for it too. 

Pretty Mugs Filled with Delicious Tea Lattes with Lavender for Mother's Day

Breville Milk Cafe Features

Sometimes it’s life’s little conveniences that do the best job at taking away our stress. I love how easy the Milk Cafe is to operate. Simply add milk, select the temperature, hit start and get ready for beverage perfection. Yes, you can make a great latte at home.

Uncomplicated means I’m more likely to use it. No need to run down to my local coffee shop and spend $5 or more on one single drink. Sometimes I don’t have the willpower to turn down those baked goods behind the counter if you know what I mean!

Earl Grey Latte with Frothed Milk and Dried Lavender Garnish in White Tea Cup and Saucer

The automatic shutoff puts my mind at ease too. This is where I could digress and tell you about my hard boiled egg incident, but I won’t. Let’s just say I’m lucky I didn’t burn the house down. Gulp!

Lavender London Fog Latte for Mother's Day - How to Make a Tea Latte at Home with the Milk Cafe by Breville - Satori Design for Living

And cleanup couldn’t be easier. Honestly, I was shocked at how quickly it went the first time I used it. Induction heating means there’s even heat distribution and no burnt-on milk. I hand wash my jug (nook and cranny-free), but they’re dishwasher safe too. 

So, if you haven’t figured it out by now, the Milk Cafe is approved by this mom. And, if you have a latte lover in your home, it’s definitely gift-worthy. Perfect for Mother’s Day!

London Fog Tea Latte in White Tea Cup with Breville Milk Cafe in Background

Tell me, what hot drink would you try making first if you had the Milk Cafe? This Lavender London Fog Latte? Hot chocolate? Chai latte? Turmeric milk? So many options!

You may also want to check out my Breville milk frother recipes for strawberry hot chocolate and more. So yummy!

Enter to Win a Breville Milk Cafe

Milk Cafe Giveaway

***Head over to Instagram to enter for your chance to win the Milk Cafe from Breville Canada. Make your own creamy and delicious lattes at home!

Lavender London Fog Latte

Creamy Tea Latte with Lavender in Pretty for Mother's Day
A creamy, frothy, sweet and pretty hot milk drink with notes of citrus, bergamot and a hint of lavender.
Total Time 10 minutes
Serving Size 2


  • 1 cup water
  • tablespoons loose earl grey tea
  • ½ teaspoon dried culinary lavender flower buds more for garnish if desired
  • ¾ teaspoon honey or sugar
  • ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 cup 2% or whole milk


  • Place earl grey tea and lavender flower buds in tea strainer over small glass measuring cup or tea pot. 
  • Bring 1 cup of water just to a boil and pour over strainer. Steep for about 7 minutes. Remove strainer and stir in honey and vanilla. Divide evenly between 2 mugs.
  • Meanwhile, add milk to the Milk Cafe fitted with latte disk. Set to desired temperature (around 150°F) and press start.
  • Pour hot and creamy milk over each mug, reserving foam with a spoon until the end. Garnish with lavender flower buds (optional).


  • Almond milk can be used in place of milk but will change the flavour profile and consistency slightly.
  • Adjust honey or sugar to taste. Can be omitted completely.
  • Milk can be heated and frothed using a handheld version.

Could you use a new kettle? I love my new Smart Kettle Luxe from Breville too!

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Have a lovely day!

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  1. 5 stars
    I’ll definitely try this London Fog! I cannot make myself buy crazy expensive drinks from Starbucks and love making them at home! This milk cafe would be a great addiction to the coffee station!

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