London Fog with Teaspressa – Easy as 1-2-TEA!

make-teaspressa-london-fog-easy-tea_0019 Featuring Teaspressa London Fog (c/o) + Minted Home Napkins (c/o) in Luxury Lightweight Linen
Glass tea cup / Clear disposable cups + straws

Hey there sweeTEA! I have a super easy recipe to share with you on how to make your own London Fog tea, from my friend Allison who owns Teaspressa (tea made like espresso). You may have seen her on Shark Tank last September. She’s also been on the blog when she was part of a baby shower held in my backyard last spring.

Teaspressa is the bees knees here in Phoenix, and I wanted to share how you can get your own taste. I own a moka pot but I prefer to not turn on my stove in the summer, so Allison suggested a press coffee maker.

It’s as easy as 1-2-TEA! It really is just pouring hot water. Just you wait and TEA!


Are these napkins the cutest and so fitting for our London Fog? Minted Home sent them, they are called London Calling by an artist named Chelsey Scott from Minnesota. I keep my Charles Grey Teaspressa in my porcelain tea container from China!


What are these gorgeous sugar gems? Luxe sugar cubes by Teaspressa! They are naturally infused to enhance your tea to all sorts of flavors, given the right recipe.

For this London Fog treat, you’ll need –

Step 1

Add 1 tablespoon of tea in a French press.


Step 2

Pour hot water and place cap on.  Let it sit for 3 minutes, then push lever down.

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Step Tea (3)

Add a Teaspressa luxe sugar cube to cup + pour tea over to let cube dissolve. Optional – add a splash of half + half, almond milk, or 2% milk


Isn’t this glass tea cup the cutest?

Want it iced? I’m feeling you, it’s getting warm.


Pour the tea over the ice cube to let the sugar cube dissolve, then pour it over ice. You can add the splash of half-and-half before or after the ice.

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See more recipes and how to brew Teaspressa here, and support a small business! Thanks Minted for sending the darling table linens.

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive thrift shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party. She continues to blog weekly.


  • Julie

    Love the coffee press idea! Question though – are you able to prevent the tea leaves and particles from joining your cup’a tea?

  • Vicky

    That looks delish. It’s a nice ritual too, making tea. Especially in this lovely tea press. Life should always be pretty….

    • Diana Elizabeth

      The pretty helps motivate me – it’s so yummy! If you haven’t tried Tea & Toast downtown, you should ;) I PROMISE you’ll love it!

  • Michelle

    My favorite! Love the darling sugar cubes. Do you like the London Fog hot or iced better? They are both so good.

    • Diana Elizabeth

      The sugar cubes are so pretty ;) I prefer iced – let’s be honest it’s triple digits here and it’s always hot. haha! I forgot if you told me if you ended up going to Teaspressa when you visited while I was away ??


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