Discover 34 Starbucks Latte Flavours: How and What to Order
There’s a whole latte more to life than classic caramel and vanilla latte flavours we’re already in love with! Starbucks offers dozens of their Starbucks lattes to satisfy the tastes of every coffee lover. But is so much choice a good thing? With all the lattes at Starbucks, how can you pick one without having a panic attack looking at everything offered on a Starbucks latte menu?
We’ve been there, done that. We’ll guide you through 34 latte flavours at Starbucks. You’ll know exactly how and what to order stress-free. Read to discover all the best Starbucks latte flavours in Canada.
The 34 Starbucks Latte Flavours
Whether you crave the warmth of a comforting hot latte Starbucks is known for or perhaps prefer the cooler wake-up call of an iced latte, we guarantee you’ll find your next favourite Starbucks latte to enjoy from our curated list. These are some of the best drinks you can buy at Starbucks.
The 7 Traditional Hot Latte Starbucks Flavours
The online Starbucks Canada menu has 8 hot latte options, but every Starbucks coffee shop differs (1). It depends on the availability of ingredients. Let’s dive into these reliable and trendy top classics.
1. Caffè Latte
If you want a latte with absolutely no funny business, ordering the caffè latte gives you just that.
Feel free to ask for substitutions anytime for any ingredient in your lattes. This includes the temperature, type, and quantity of foam for your milk; the amount, bean blend ratio, style, and pour order for your espresso shots; the pick between liquid or solid sweeteners; the choice of sauce or syrup; the selection of sweet powder; and your preference when it comes to toppings.
Non-dairy drinkers may opt for almond milk latte Starbucks picks. Those tracking their calories can try low calorie latte Starbucks options.
2. Oleato Caffè Latte With Oat Milk
Italy is the only place globally to try the new olive oil-infused Oleato coffee line (2).
Both olive oil and coffee provide positive health benefits on their own.
These ingredients together, however, will not boost their individual health-promoting properties. The Oleato caffè latte is made with Starbucks’ signature blonde espresso roast and Partanna extra virgin olive oil, steamed to a decadent sipping perfection with its velvety-textured oat milk.
3. Pistachio Latte
My personal favourite is the Starbucks pistachio latte. Who knew a latte with pistachio syrup and a brown-buttery topping would bring such nutty inner peace to your work-filled afternoons?
4. Cinnamon Dolce Latte
Cinnamon just got an upgrade. With a Starbucks cinnamon dolce latte, expect sweetened whipped cream and buttery vanilla notes from the cinnamon dolce-flavoured syrup and topping.
5. Reserve Latte
Think less flavour and more alertness. These aren’t your regular Arabica lattes. A Starbucks reserve latte is made with diverse and high-quality small-lot Starbucks Reserve espresso beans.
6. Reserve Hazelnut Bianco Latte
Kicking the Reserve latte up a notch is the Reserve hazelnut bianco latte. The scrumptiously sweet milk in this hazelnut latte Starbucks is infused in-house with hazelnut and praline flavours.
7. Blonde Vanilla Latte
The 6 Classic Iced Latte Starbucks Flavours
Too hot? Cool down with 6 iced latte options featured on the Starbucks menu online. Home Grounds’ favourite is a classic vanilla iced latte, but you’ll have to try them all for yourself to see. All the traditional hot lattes are available in iced form here except for the Oat Oleato Caffè Latte.
8. Iced Pistachio Latte
9. Reserve Iced Latte
10. Reserve Iced Hazelnut Bianco Latte
11. Iced Caffe Lattè
12. Iced Cinnamon Dolce Latte
13. Iced Blonde Vanilla Latte
The 8 Beloved Starbucks Fan Favourites
Starbucks keeps it fresh. Some of these fan faves are beloved all-time menu staples, while others are part of a rotation of assorted seasonal picks. Here are 8 you’ll be craving all year.
14. Caramel Latte
I know I said there’s more to life than caramel, but the caramel latte Starbucks is known for is a timeless fan favourite. All’s right with the world when you drink one. If you want everything to be fantastic, then the salted caramel latte Starbucks version will get you to a glorious mental state.
15. Caramel Brulee Latte
The Starbucks caramel brulee latte is the caramel latte’s mature older brother. With a deeper taste plus crunchy caramel brulee bits, you’ll savour the creamy caramel brulee winter season.
16. Pumpkin Spice Latte
October is the domain of the popular pumpkin spice latte. The Starbucks pumpkin spice latte is pumped with pumpkin syrup and the best fall spices, like cinnamon, clove, ginger, and nutmeg.
17. Sugar Cookie Latte
For a red and green sprinkle-topped holiday delight, order the Starbucks sugar cookie latte. You’ll feel festive with its sugar cookie-flavoured syrup, steamed almond milk, and blonde espresso. It also comes as a Starbucks iced sugar cookie latte if you can brace the winter chill.
18. Gingerbread Latte
On the topic of holidays, the nutmeg-topped Christmas gingerbread latte will take you back to when you decorated gingerbread cookies to leave for Santa. This Starbucks gingerbread latte takes the flavour of that memory and pairs it with expertly steamed milk and whipped cream.
19. Chestnut Praline Latte
Chestnuts roasted on an open fire… and now in your chestnut praline latte! I can’t get enough of this. The chestnut praline latte Starbucks has near the year-end holidays is a sensational delight with its velvety-texture, caramelized chestnut flavour, whipped cream, and spiced praline crumbs.
20. Mocha Latte
A mocha latte is the perfect treat for a chocoholic coffee lover. For a simple DIY iced mocha latte Starbucks copycat recipe with 2 ingredients and 50 seconds, check out this YouTube video.
21. Matcha Latte
For l-theanine, antioxidants, and other matcha health benefits, including cancer prevention, liver and heart protection, and brain-bolstering effects, you’ll enjoy a tasty Starbucks matcha latte (3).
The Top 3 Tea-Lover Choices
Tea drinkers shouldn’t have to miss out on the latte fun to be had at Starbucks! Here are 3 tea-themed lattes for tea lovers seeking an extra caffeinated boost for their mornings.
22. Starbucks Chai Tea Latte
23. Starbucks Green Tea Latte
24. London Fog Tea Latte Starbucks
If you enjoy the extra kick these lattes give you, check out this DIY easy dirty chai latte recipe.
The Top 10 Honourable Mentions
Twenty-four menu items Starbucks offers for lattes is more than enough. Right? Well, let’s add 10 more honourable mentions to the list anyway. These picks are rare and not always available in Canada – but the flavours are the best of the best.
25. Starbucks Cinderella Latte
26. Butterbeer Latte Starbucks
27. Snickerdoodle Latte Starbucks
28. Horchata Latte Starbucks
29. Cookie Butter Latte Starbucks
30. Eggnog Latte Starbucks
31. Brown Sugar Latte Starbucks
32. White Chocolate Latte Starbucks
33. Strawberry Latte Starbucks
34. Starbucks Butterscotch Latte
Starbucks is full of delicious lattes featured on both their online and in-store menus. There’s even a few secret menu items you’ve got to read or know of to order. Just ask your local barista at Starbucks for any of these lattes. If it’s not a seasonal one, chances are they’ll make you one!
Let us know which latte is your fave and if you’ve discovered any cool flavour combinations!
There is no difference between a latte and a cafe latte. It’s the same milk coffee drink with different names prepared with one or two espresso shots, steamed milk, and a film of frothed milk as a final top layer.
The difference between a macchiato and a latte is in the type and amount of milk used compared to espresso. A macchiato has steamed milk and espresso, whereas a latte is made of steamed milk, foamed milk, and espresso. There is substantially less milk, calories, and fat in a macchiato. The difference between a latte macchiato and a caffè latte at Starbucks is the former has a stronger espresso flavour while the latter has a more nuanced, rounded taste (4).
There are two sugar-free syrups offered at Starbucks. These syrups include the sugar-free vanilla syrup and the sugar-free cinnamon dolce syrup. Additionally, to reduce your sugar intake, you could experiment with milk types, specifically almond milk, or ask for sugar-free sweeteners.
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