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We CANT EVEN! The Perfect Tea Latte

posted in Food & Drink > Recipes
04/01/2015
  • Tea lattes are the perfect way to start the morning so you CAN EVEN :)!
    Tea lattes are the perfect way to start the morning so you CAN EVEN :)!

  • Ingredients:

    1 teabag (Tazo Chai)

    2 parts (8 oz) non-dairy milk

    1 part (4 oz) water

    1 teaspoon vanilla

    1 tablespoon agave nectar

    A pinch cinnamon (optional)

    In addition to the ingredients above, you’ll also need a saucepan, a mini-whisk (a fork will work), and something to strain the loose tea out of the liquid (any type of strainer will work).

  • Step One: Heat
In a saucepan, combine the non-dairy milk and water. Heat the mixture until it begins to simmer, but stir regularly and definitely don’t let it boil.
It is important to use 2 parts milk and 1 part water for the right consistency.
    Step One: Heat
    In a saucepan, combine the non-dairy milk and water. Heat the mixture until it begins to simmer, but stir regularly and definitely don’t let it boil.
    It is important to use 2 parts milk and 1 part water for the right consistency.
  • Break open the teabag and pour the loose tea into the pan. This is hugely important. If you simply set the teabag into the water, the milk is too thick to penetrate the walls and you’re left with very weak tea lacking virtually any of the spices. Whisk the tea and allow it to simmer for about 2 mins
    Break open the teabag and pour the loose tea into the pan. This is hugely important. If you simply set the teabag into the water, the milk is too thick to penetrate the walls and you’re left with very weak tea lacking virtually any of the spices. Whisk the tea and allow it to simmer for about 2 mins
  • Step Three: Brew

Then, remove from the heat and let sit for 4-5 minutes to give the tea even longer to brew. At this point, add in the agave, vanilla, and (if you’re making a chai latte) a pinch of cinnamon to boost the spiciness.
    Step Three: Brew

    Then, remove from the heat and let sit for 4-5 minutes to give the tea even longer to brew. At this point, add in the agave, vanilla, and (if you’re making a chai latte) a pinch of cinnamon to boost the spiciness.
  • Step Four: Strain

Using some kind of a strainer, pour the tea into a cup and strain out the tea leaves. There are many strainers purposely built for tea (see the picture), but you can probably use any kitchen strainer with small enough holes to catch the leaves.
    Step Four: Strain

    Using some kind of a strainer, pour the tea into a cup and strain out the tea leaves. There are many strainers purposely built for tea (see the picture), but you can probably use any kitchen strainer with small enough holes to catch the leaves.
  • Sit back and enjoy! :)
    Sit back and enjoy! :)

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