1. This looks amazing! I can’t wait to try it out. Tea and cupcakes are two of my favorite things. (Also, that tea strainer is gorgeous, even more so for it’s family history.)

  2. Thank you for this recipe! I made them a few days ago, and my parents and siblings loved them. I even made my own frosting for them! (Out of desperation, actually, because we were all out of canned frosting, but I did it!) My little brothers made this baking experience the most fun. They don’t like tea, so every time they asked me what I was doing I said that I was making Surprise Cupcakes. They were definitely surprised when they found out that I made them with tea. Thank you, again!

  3. […] mixer, and had to do all the stirring herself. (bless my poor arm…)  I used the recipe from http://bakelovenotwar.co.za/2011/07/04/earl-grey-cupcake-recipe/  Her blog is like heaven for cupcakes and allsorts, so take a good look if you have the chance. […]

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  5. Aislinn

    I just made these and they’re lovely! I added a splash of vanilla extract to the batter, then iced the cupcakes with a vanilla and milk frosting to make them london fog-esque.

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