I would like to have a sip of an Earl Grey hot chocolate. In fact, I might also try hot chocolate with other tea blends. Outstanding hot chocolates start with fine chocolate pieces and hot milk. It enhances the flavor to add a third ingredient. I often simply add a dash of pure vanilla. I never tried it with loose teas.
The Earl Grey Hot Chocolate recipe calls for heating the loose tea and milk in a saucepan for about 10 minutes. Drain the milk with a tea strainer before you pour the tea milk onto your melted chocolate. Find the details on the blog of Fisher & Paykel. If you like Earl Grey, Emma also shared a Earl grey bread & butter pudding recipe.
Another good mix would be a Matcha hot chocolate. These two flavors are known to pair well. Plus, you would not have to drain the tea milk. I imagine that the Lucipia matcha latte that we bought in Japan would deliver a smooth texture. You won’t have to envy me since the Lucipia stores in the United States sell the same Matcha au lait.
Have you tasted a tea hot chocolate before?