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London Fog Vanilla Tea Misto
London Fog (also known as Vanilla Tea Misto) is the name of a drink
which originated in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, although the
creator remains unknown, among several claims. One such claim is from
the Island Coffeehouse in Langley, Washington, a non-profit student run
organization, where it was originally made with Peppermint Tea in 2006.
However, patrons of Starbucks in Calgary, Alberta have asked for this
decadent drink since the winter of 2004. It is common in Washington and
Oregon, as well as in the neighboring lower mainland of British Columbia
and Alberta, Canada.
The "London Fog" was recently the subject of an investigation on the
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's afternoon show . "Freestyle (radio
* 1 Recipe
* 2 How To Make
* 3 London Fog Variations
o 3.1 Manchester Fog
o 3.2 Seattle Fog
o 3.3 Sweet Treat London Fog
* 16 oz of milk. (2% or whole)
* 1 shot of vanilla syrup per 16 oz of milk
* 1 bag of Earl Grey Tea
*** How To Make
Step 1: Brew a small amount of Earl Grey tea. (Add about 1/2 cup of
boiling water to your mug with the tea bag in it.) You are making Earl
Grey tea concentrate. Let steep for 2-4 minutes to achieve optimum
Step 2: Heat up Milk. Preferably you have access to a steamer, or you
might be able to ask your local barista for help.
Step 3: Add the vanilla syrup. (adjust according to taste)
*** London Fog Variations
*** Manchester Fog
Steamed Soy milk with a sugar free vanilla syrup in Earl Grey tea.
*** Seattle Fog
Soy misto (1/2 water, 1/2 soy, steamed) with 2 pumps of Vanilla syrup
and one pump of Hazelnut syrup, in 2 bags of Earl Grey Tea. Also known
as the "No Wang's Special".
*** Sweet Treat London Fog
A sweet, simple, tea-less version of a cold London Fog, which is best
served in a punch bowl, consists of chilled ginger ale and copious
amounts of either lime sherbet or orange sherbet. As the sherbet melts,
it gives the drink a foggy appearance.
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