The Florida Supreme court has ruled affirmatively on the question presented to it.
Whether, under Florida Statutes section 689.07(1) as it existed before
its 2004 amendment, this Deed–which is a recorded real estate
conveyance deed to a named trustee of a private express trust
identified in the deed by name and date, and contains other language
referring to the unrecorded trust agreement, the settlors, and the
beneficiaries–conveys only legal title to the property in trust to the
grantee as trustee.
In Raborn v. Menotte, 974 So. 2d 328 (Fla. 2008), the court held that a deed which identifies the grantor as the creator of and the grantee as trustee of a named trust shows sufficient “contrary intention” and grants legal title as trustee to the grantee.
This case was brought to my attention by an article by Gerry Beyer on the WIlls, Trust, & Estates professors Blog.