I have a black London Fog trench that I adore - it's well made, has a removable flannel liner, and is a classic wardrobe staple.
And you may have hummed along to A Foggy Day in London Town:
Michael Buble has a great version, too.
But have you ever tried a London Fog tea latte? They are incredibly delicious and refreshing. Here's all you need:
Earl Grey Tea - I use decaf if I'm making a London Fog at night. They're great partnered with a good book, a large armchair, and a faint state of sleepiness.
Frothed Milk - If you don't have an espresso maker with a milk frother, you can buy a cheap handheld frother from IKEA or Wal-Mart. Frothed milk just makes everything better!
Three to four capfulls of Vanilla syrup. They don't advertise it, but you can actually buy those giant bottles of Vanilla syrup at Starbucks for under $10.
I already packed my camera for my upcoming trip, so I couldn't take a picture of the final product, but I found this image via dooleynotedblog.com.
So the next time you're studying, reading a good book or the newspaper, maybe catching a glance at the morning news, upgrade your classic tea to a London Fog!