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London Fog Hot Chocolate

I always wondered how does London Fog tastes like with chocolate. In case you didn't know, london fog is steamed milk with vanilla and tea. Kinda like a tea latte. So, adding chocolate will be like a tea mocha? Lol!

The end result isn't what I would expect: warmth, cozy and earthy aromatic. I seriously tot it will be a bad idea. But I guess I was wrong, so wrong. I topped my London Fog Hot Chocolate with some whipped cream and freshly grated dark chocolate. You can of cos use any toppings as desired; marshmallows will be awesome too. Cheers!



(Serve 1, sadly)

  • Oat Milk Homemade / Milk, 110g

  • Heavy Whipping Cream, 110g + 100g

  • Pure Vanilla Paste, 1 TSP

  • Sea Salt, Pinch

  • Earl Grey Tea Bags, 2 or 3

  • High Quality Dark Chocolate 70% Preferably Valrhona or Callebaut, 25g + More for Grating

  • High Quality Milk Chocolate Preferably Valrhona or Callebaut, 20g



  • Sauce Pot

  • Hand / Stand Mixer



  1. Add milk 110g of cream, vanilla and salt to a sauce pot over medium heat.

  2. Stir to combine well.

  3. Bring it up to a simmer and remove from heat.

  4. Add in earl grey tea bags, cover and steep for 10 mins.

  5. Remove the tea bags and bring the heat up to medium-low.

  6. *Do not be tempted to squeeze the tea bags as it will leave a bitter taste.*

  7. Add in the chocolate.

  8. Stir to combine well and until the chocolate has completely melted.

  9. Pour the hot chocolate into serving cups.

  10. Add 100g of heavy whipping cream to a large bowl.

  11. Whip until stiff peaks form with a hand or stand mixer.

  12. Spoon as much whipped cream as desired onto the hot chocolate.

  13. Grate some more dark chocolate over the top.

  14. Cheers!

You have to give this a try...


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