- In a saucepan, heat milk on medium-low heat with chamomile, cinnamon stick, and cloves.
- When little bubbles form along the sides of the pan, let it simmer for a couple of minutes before turning off the heat. With the heat turned off, steep for 5-10 minutes depending on how patient you are.
- In a french press, use a strainer to separate the chamomile tea milk by filtering out the chamomile, cloves, and cinnamon stick.
- Add vanilla extract to the milk.
- Move the french press plunger 10-12 times to froth.
- Pour the chamomile tea latte into 2 mugs, spoon out the froth on top, and sprinkle on ground cinnamon.
One of my absolute favorites, learned from this page! I've made this one by far more often than any other drinks thus far, and even bought a one pound bag of chamomile flowers to have a ready supply at hand. I've even made variations with boba, and plan to try steeping some lavender in combination for an ultra-soothing blend right before bed.
Obtained from this page, I found it a challenge to strain it as well as the nut milk needed to be to be drinkable. Perhaps I just needed to blend it for longer, but after a time, it started to froth up at the top of the blender, which I didn't exactly want either. Perhaps next time I will either just let it keep blending and deal with the froth, or else I'll use a cheesecloth to strain it.
No Caffeine Needed
I am, by nature, already a pretty high-energy person, but I like a beautiful-looking mug of something frothy and delicious-looking as much as the next person. I obtained a French press so that I could feel fancy at home too, but nearly everything I make from it is, by necessity, caffeine-free, so that I don't vibrate my way out of my skin the rest of the day (or drive everyone else around me crazy).