London Fog Almond Milk Latte

It may be a bit of a warm winter, but it's still that time of year to cozy up with hot drinks! Lucky we've got the cutest to-go cups to sip your favorite bevs where you go, and you can try them for free with code "winter."
The London Fog is a classic earl grey tea latte that’s seemed to go under the radar compared to other tea drinks such as matcha and chai lattes. It’s a delicious, caffeinated way to start your day, and makes any gloomy morning just a little bit more bearable.

I’ve gone ahead and added rose water and lavender blossoms, which really kick up the floral notes in the earl grey and make this drink extra cozy.  Serve it up in your Susty to-go cups and you’ve got a hot morning beverage to take with you anywhere!

8 oz unsweetened almond milk
1 teaspoon loose earl grey tea
½ teaspoon dried lavender blossoms
1 teaspoon rose water
2 teaspoons granulated sugar (or to taste!)
Also required:
Tea Ball
Place the loose tea and lavender in a metal mesh tea ball and set aside. Bring almond milk to a boil in a tea kettle or microwave (about a minute and a half on high in the microwave should do it!). Pour almond milk into a mug or Susty Party go cup and add the tea ball.  Let steep for four minutes before removing. Stir in the rose water and sugar, serve while hot!

// Guest Post // Matt and Beau are a New Orleans-based couple who run the food and lifestyle blog, Probably This. On the website, they share original recipes for food and beverages, as well as style, dining, and design tips.