San Francisco Fog
The San Francisco Fog is a boozy riff on the London Fog, a non-alcoholic tea-based latte. This recipe from David Shenaut at Raven & Rose in Portland, Oregon brings in the comforting spice of cardamom and the sweet grape and apple notes of pisco.
- 1 part Pisco
- ½ part Cardamom syrup
- 1½ parts Double-strength Earl Grey tea
- 2 parts Milk
Add the pisco, cardamom syrup, and tea to a heatproof glass (preferably pre-warmed by rinsing in hot water). Meanwhile, steam and froth the milk using whatever method is convenient to you – simmer on the stovetop while whisking, or in your espresso machine’s frothing pitcher. Pour over the top of the tea mixture.
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- Three Ways: Earl Gray Tea Cocktails at Imbibe magazine