Tea can be used in many diverse ways and this Peach Pie Tea Latte is special treat to share with your loved ones. This post was sponsored by Collective Bias® to help others learn the many uses of tea.
There is something so very comforting about tea, and there's something about tea that makes you feel special, especially if it's in a fancy cup... and if there's milk and sugar! I went to Wal-mart earlier this week and picked up a package of Perfect Peach Tea by Bigelow that promises all the spices of a peach pie!
Bigelow Tea is an American owned company that prides itself on family and providing quality to its customers. The company is family-owned, and all their teas are package in foil pouches to help preserves its freshness and flavor.
One of my special treats to myself is a version of the London Fog Latte (which is earl grey tea, steamed milk, and vanilla syrup) called a Blueberry Muffin that uses a berry tea but made the same exact way. The coffee guy at work introduced me to this drink and said that you can use a variety of teas to make different versions of the London Fog Latte. When I was thinking of the different ways I can use the peach tea, I thought this version would be perfect!
This tea is warm, comforting, and slightly silky which is a great way to curl up on the couch to watch some awards shows, now that it's awards season. You can decide whether or not you want to get all dolled up or whether you want to watch some glamorous television in your jammies and curled up under the blanket. The choice is yours, but this tea is definitely one to make you feel like you're deserving of your very own glamorous award!
The Perfect Peach is a great version of the London Fog to treat yourself and your loved ones. It's incredible simple to prepare for yourself and others. Also, Wal-mart is featuring bonus packs with four extra tea bags of Bigelow tea, while supplies last, so now is a perfect time to make this!
Peach Pie Tea Latte
Adapted from Gimme Some Oven
2 teabags Bigelow's Perfect Peach Tea
8 oz. hot water
1/2 c. steamed milk (you can also heat the milk in the microwave for about a minute)
1 Tbs. granulated sugar
1/4 tsp. vanilla extract
Steep the teabags in the hot water for 3-5 minutes, then add in the steamed milk. Add in the sugar and vanilla, stirring until the sugar has dissolved. Adjust seasonings, to taste. Serve immediately.
Makes 1 serving.