Double Grey Portland Fog
- 75 grams makes 35-40 cups
Our exquisite fragrant Double Grey Portland Fog is made from exceptional black teas that we’ve blended with a generous amount of the world’s finest oil of bergamot from the famous Calabria region of Italy. Vibrant blue cornflower petals are added for visual beauty making this a unique tea to give as a gift.
And for those lucky enough to visit our tea bar in Portland, OR, below we’ve shared our most requested tea latte recipe that we appropriately named after Portland’s mystical cloudy mornings.
Blended black teas, bergamot oil, blue cornflower petals
3-5 minutes at 190-210 degrees Fahrenheit
Cups to Grams
- Variant: 75 g loose
- SKU: 113039
Double Grey Portland Fog Latte (16 oz.)
1 Tablespoon of Double Grey Portland Fog tea leaves
7 ounces boiling water
1 ounce (2 Tablespoons) of vanilla syrup
6 ounces steamed milk or milk substitute
Steep tea leaves in 7 ounces of boiling water, 190°F - 210°F (88°C - 99°C) for 3-5 minutes and remove the leaves. Stir in 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) of vanilla syrup (found in most grocery stores in the coffee aisle). Pour in 6 ounces of freshly steamed milk finishing with a layer of milk foam, and serve. Enjoy!
I have always enjoyed Earl Grey tea, but this tea is special. I don't drink tea with milk, or sweetener, but this tea doesn't need either.
I have been mixing Earl Grey with Double Bergamot Earl Grey, but will stop now that I have tasted Double Grey Portland Fog.
This is a good blend; the bergamot really comes through. But seriously, a tablespoon for eight ounces? I use two heaping teaspoons for ten ounces. But taste, like beauty, is in the eye/mouth of the beholder/drinker. To make the vanilla part easier I put two small pieces of vanilla bean in the glass jar where I store my tea. Add regular milk and it's great.
This tea was a great fall addition to my loose tea collection. I love the rich, warm flavor.
I actually thought I'd ordered something else, so it was a surprise! But it turned out to be a good one. I really liked it! YEAH!
Enjoying both the Earl Grey blend and the Chamomile. Delicious and so aromatic.