How to make a tea latte
How to make a turmeric latte
- 1 teaspoon Little Bag of Gold
- 250ml milk of choice
- Honey, if desired
- Heat and froth the milk.
- Add the tea to your favorite cup or mug, then add a little of the milk and mix to make a paste.
- Add hot frothy milk to the tea and sweeten if desired.
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Little Bag of Gold
A one-of-a-kind blend of powdered rooibos, turmeric, cinnamon, ginger and black pepper.
T2 Milking It Trendglass
Made from borosilicate glass and stainless steel, froth your way to tea latte heaven and turn any cup into an ultra creamy sip.
This little tool measures a controlled amount of tea for consistently perfect cuppas.
T2 Powdered Whisk
Stainless steel and just the right size, this whisking duo will scoop and mix your fave powdered brew in seconds flat.
T2 Teaset Glass Cup & Saucer
The ultimate classic for easy everyday drinking with the added marvel of seeing the brewed tea's pretty colors.
Tea latte 101
When it comes to making tea lattes, it’s best to stick with black teas. They’re the strongest of the bunch, and will guarantee a full-flavored brew that can stand up to plenty of milk. Matcha’s the exception to the rule and we’ve got all the inside tricks on making matcha here. See below for our fave black teas to turn into a latte!Melbourne Breakfast
One of our fave sips to pair with the first meal of the day, the vanilla partners perfectly with hot creamy milk!Creme Brulee
Loaded with toasty, burnt caramel flavors, we love turning this dessert-inspired drop into a creamy milk concoction.New York Breakfast
Cinnamon and vanilla are the standout players in this comforting cup of pancake-inspired goodness!Caramel Brownie
The ultimate in indulgent sipping, drink up stacks of super sweet caramel and choc flavors.Assam
When we just want a straight up classic tea latte without all the extras, we love combining Assam’s malty, full-bodied flavors with milk.Explore more black teas
Curious about which milk’s the right one for your tea latte brew? We’ve done the hard work and tested a few different milks to bring you a little guide to which milks bring out the best of our top latte teas. Just a guide to get you started, you’ve got the green light to experiment with tea flavors and your fave milks – what crazy combos and sip-worthy flavors can you create!
|Cow's milk||Soy milk||Almond milk||Coconut milk|
|New York Breakfast|
Shop our top tea latte picks
Little Bag of Gold
A powdered blend of turmeric, rooibos, cinnamon, ginger and black pepper.
Indulge a little with this full-bodied vanilla sweet tea.
Velvety vanilla plays with rich caramel and hazelnuts in a sweet treat.
New York Breakfast
A full-bodied black tea boasting the taste of pancakes.
A baker’s blend of rich chocolate and gooey caramel.
A powerful yet balanced burgundy infusion with robust flavors.