Updated: Jan 12
The creamy, dreamy goodness of milk with tea and other flavors can make for a soothing, healthful drink when it’s cold out.
Step 1: a strong brew
The base of any tea latte is a strong brew of tea that can stand up to milk without tasting watery. Choose a strong flavored tea, and brew it with less water (usually 1/2 a cup) to brew double strength if you like a really strong latte. Remove the tea when you’re done.
Step 2: a frothy milk
Choose a milk that suits you best – a dairy milk, your favorite nut milk, or a creamy coconut milk adds a flavorful touch. Heat 1/2 cup milk of your choice over the stove. You can create a luscious foam to top your latte one of two ways: use a handheld milk frother, or toss your entire latte in the blender and aerate it for a few pulses.
Step 3: choose your add-ins!
Add some extra flavor to your tea latte. For those looking for a luxurious drink, add a few drops of an extract like peppermint or vanilla, or even cocoa powder. Sweeten naturally with honey, agave, or maple syrup.
Blog post by Numi Tea - https://blog.numitea.com/how-to-make-a-tea-latte/