Ultimate List of Latte Flavors: 50 Types of Lattes

So, I am a latte person. 100%. I usually stick to a regular latte. However, from time to time I feel a bit adventurous and go for something fancier.

If you are in one of those moods in which you crave something a bit fancier, here is a list of 50 different kinds of lattes that you can try.

What is a Latte?

Caffè Latte

The classic latte is made with a shot of espresso and steamed milk. It’s typically topped with a small amount of milk foam.

Fancy Flavored Lattes

1. Almond Latte

This latte is a normal latte with added almond syrup. I usually recommend a tablespoon of syrup for every 8oz (240ml) coffee.

To make it even more almondy you can use almond milk instead of dairy milk.

2. Soy Latte

A soy latte is pretty much in the name. It is simply a latte made with soy milk instead of normal milk.

3. Vanilla Soy Latte

To put a spin on a soy latte, you can add a tablespoon of vanilla syrup.

4. Mocha Latte

mocha latte is basically a normal latte with some chocolate syrup added. It is usually topped with whipped cream. I also like to sprinkle over some cocoa powder. You can also add some chocolate shavings if you want.

I also like to add some mini marshmallows on top.

You can get my mocha latte recipe here.

Mocha latte in a white cup on a wooden surface.

5. White Chocolate Mocha Latte

To make a white chocolate mocha latte, you simply use white chocolate mocha sauce instead of the normal kind.

6. Cherry Mocha Latte

This drink is a mocha latte with cherry syrup added. It is quite often topped with whipped cream, chocolate pieces, and sprinkles.

7. Peppermint Latte

You make a peppermint latte by adding peppermint syrup to a normal latte. I like to top it off with some whipped cream and crushed peppermint chocolate or sweets.

8. Peppermint Mocha Latte

A peppermint mocha latte is a mocha latte with the added benefit of peppermint syrup and some crushed peppermint sweets or chocolate. It is most often topped with whipped cream.

9. Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha Latte

You can make a peppermint white chocolate mocha latte by adding some peppermint syrup to your white chocolate mocha latte. I like to top it off with some whipped cream and crushed peppermint chocolate or candy.

You can also garnish it with some mint leaves.

You can get my peppermint white chocolate mocha recipe here.

Peppermint white chocolate mocha in white cup.

10. Coconut Latte

To make a coconut latte just add a tablespoon of coconut syrup to your latte. You can take it a step further, if you want, and switch out the dairy milk with coconut milk.

11. Coconut Mocha Latte

Of course, you can also give that Caribbean swing to a mocha latte. To make this drink add half a tablespoon of coconut syrup and half a tablespoon of chocolate syrup.

Like with the normal coconut latte, you can spice it up even more by using coconut milk.

12. Caramel Latte

You can also add a tablespoon of caramel syrup or caramel sauce to your latte to make it a caramel latte. This will give it some extra sweetness, but also give it a richer taste. Very often it is also topped with some whipped cream.

13. Salted Caramel Latte

By adding a pinch of salt to your caramel latte before pouring over the milk and topping the drink with sea salt you can make a glorious cup of coffee. This one is one of the best latte flavors in my opinion.

An alternative to adding salt to the latte is to use salted caramel sauce from the start.

14. Caramel Mocha Latte

A caramel mocha latte is similar to a caramel latte but with some chocolate syrup added to give it some extra flare. Most often some whipped cream is used to top it off with.

15. Salted Caramel Mocha Latte

Like the normal caramel mocha latte, the salted version is like a normal caramel latte with added chocolate syrup. However, this time it also has the added benefit of some salt.

16. Caramel Brulee Latte

A caramel brulee latte was made after the classic French dessert a creme brulee. It has caramel syrup and vanilla syrup added. Furthermore, it is topped with whipped cream and crushed caramelized sugar.

You can get my caramel brulee latte recipe here.

17. Salted Caramel Brulee Latte

This one is my favorite latte flavor at the moment and it is pretty much the same thing as the normal version. However, the salted one has a pinch of salt added to the syrup and also has some added sea salt on top.

You can get my salted caramel brulee recipe here.

Caramel brulee latte from the top.

18. Juniper Latte

juniper latte is a glorious blend between a classic latte, juniper berries, cardamom, and orange zest.

19. French Toast Latte

French toast is one of my all-time favorite breakfasts. So, I like the idea of having a drink based on it.

To make a French toast latte simply add half a tablespoon of French toast syrup and half a tablespoon of maple syrup to your latte.

20. Dirty Chai Latte

A dirty chai latte is basically chai coffee topped with steamed milk. It’s one of my favorites. I absolutely love it.

You can get my chai coffee recipe here.

Dirty chai lattes in white mugs.

21. Chestnut Praline

This drink was one of Starbucks’ seasonal lattes. It is basically a latte with caramelized chestnut praline syrup topped with some whipped cream and praline crumble.

22. Cinnamon Latte

To make a cinnamon latte just add one tablespoon of cinnamon syrup. Of course, you can make it even fancier by sprinkling over some cinnamon.

23. Cinnamon Dolce Latte

A cinnamon dolce latte is similar to a normal cinnamon latte. The syrup is just a little bit different and to make it fancy you can top it with whipped cream and some cinnamon dolce sprinkles.

24. Cinnamon Roll Latte

This latte is yet another variation on a normal cinnamon latte. To make a cinnamon roll latte add half a tablespoon of cinnamon syrup and half a tablespoon of vanilla syrup. You can top it off with some whipped cream and sprinkle it with cinnamon powder for some added flare.

25. Hazelnut Latte

hazelnut latte is another nutty latte that you can try. Just add a tablespoon of hazelnut syrup to your latte, and you’re good to go.

You can also substitute regular milk for hazelnut milk.

26. Nutella Latte

Scoop two tablespoons of Nutella into a cup. Then add the espresso and mix it well. Now, top it off with some steamed milk.

You can also try using hazelnut milk in this latte. Nutella is, after all, made from hazelnuts.

27. Gingerbread Latte

Gingerbread screams holidays, right? In any case, this drink will bring the coziness of the holidays right to your home. You can achieve this with some gingerbread syrup and gingerbread cookies.

Read my gingerbread latte recipe here.

Gingerbread latte in textured off-white mug.

28. Honey Latte

Honey lattes are simply lattes with added honey. I recommend adding one tablespoon of honey. You can also take it to the next level and top the drink off with some whipped cream and a drizzle of honey.

29. Horchata Latte

The horchata latte has been around for quite a while. In fact, in the 11th century, people in northern Africa already enjoyed some version of it. Nowadays, it is quite popular in places such as Spain, Puerto Rico, and Central America.

It is a mix between seeds, nuts, or grains that have been soaked in water mixed with coffee, sugar, and spices. Some also add sweetened condensed milk.

30. Sugar Cookie Latte

The sugar cookie latte is a Starbucks special. It is an iced latte made with blonde espresso, sugar cookie syrup

31. Vanilla Latte

vanilla latte is simply a café latte with added vanilla syrup.

You can read my vanilla latte recipe here.

Vanilla latte in glass mug.

32. Blonde Vanilla Latte

A blonde vanilla latte is pretty much the same thing as a normal vanilla latte. The only difference is that the blonde version is made with blonde or light roast espresso beans.

33. French Vanilla Latte

A French vanilla latte is also quite close to its normal vanilla counterpart. However, this time it has French vanilla syrup in and not the normal ones. And yes, there is a difference between normal vanilla syrup and French vanilla syrup.

34. Eggnog Latte

The eggnog latte has been around for quite a while. Starbucks started this popular flavor latte way back in 1986.

It is made with espresso, steamed eggnog, and a sprinkle of nutmeg.

35. Cookies and Cream Latte

A cookies and cream latte is very high on my list of favorite drinks. Traditional latte topped with whipped cream and some crushed cookies.

36. Cookies and Cream Mocha Latte

Take your cookies and cream latte to the next level by adding some chocolate syrup to it.

37. Lavender Latte

Another great flavored latte is a lavender latte. Simply add some lavender syrup to your latte and you are good to go.

38. Honey Lavender Latte

You can put a spin on the normal lavender latte by adding some honey to the mix.

39. Rose Latte

It stands to reason that a rose latte, like a lavender latte, is filled with floral notes. Simply add some rose syrup or water to your latte to make this delicious drink.

You can garnish it with some edible rose petals.

40. Rosemary Latte

Another latte with some floral notes, and also a few herbal ones in this case, that you can try is a rosemary latte.

Simply add some rosemary syrup and garnish it with a few rosemary leaves.This drink is also good with soy milk or oat milk.

41. Chia Latte

Adding chia seeds to your latte is not only health, it also gives your coffee a wonderful texture.

You can get my chia coffee recipe here.

Chia coffee latte in white mug.

42. Pistachio Latte

pistachio latte is made by adding brown butter and pistachio syrup to the latte. You can top it with crushed shortbread cookies to round it off.

43. Toasted Marshmallow Latte

This latte reminds me of camping with my family when I was younger. You know, sitting around the fire making smores and making jokes.

Simply add some toasted marshmallow syrup and you’ll be transported back to your youth.

44. Butterscotch Latte

A butterscotch latte is a latte with added butterscotch syrup topped with crushed butterscotch sweets or chips. You can also add some whipped cream to the mix.

You can get my butterscotch latte recipe here.

Butterscotch latte with whipped cream.

45. Irish Cream Latte

An Irish cream latte is made by mixing milk an Irish cream together and then frothing that mixture. This is then poured over espresso.

You can make a non-alcoholic version by using Irish cream syrup instead of actual Irish cream.

46. Maple Latte

A maple latte is simply a latte sweetened with maple syrup. Many people like to top it off with some whipped cream.

You can also add some pecan and brown butter as well as top it with a bit of sugar to get a pecan maple latte.

47. Pumpkin Spice Latte

When fall comes around, so do pumpkin spice lattes. This seasonal favorite is bound to create that cozy fall feeling in your house.

It is made by adding pumpkin spice syrup to your latte and topping it with whipped cream.

Get my pumpkin spice latte recipe here.

Pumpkin spice latte in a white cup

48. Cinderella Latte

A Cinderella latte is similar to a pumpkin spice latte. The only difference is that you swap half of the pumpkin spice syrup for white chocolate mocha sauce.

49. Raspberry White Mocha Latte

This latte is another variation of a white mocha. This time you add some raspberry syrup to your latte.

Oatmeal Cookie Latte

To make an oatmeal cookie latte simply add 1 ½ tsp brown sugar cinnamon syrup, 1 ½ tsp caramel syrup and 1 ½ tsp Irish cream syrup.

50. Condensed Milk Latte

This is another latte that takes me back to my childhood. When we went on hikes we always added condensed milk to our coffee.​You can make yourself a condensed milk latte by adding some condensed milk before pouring over the milk.

You can get my condensed milk latte recipe here.

Condensed milk coffee in white mug in front of can of condensed milk.

Final Thoughts: Flavored Lattes

There are so many different lattes for you to choose from. I hope that you found a few latte flavors in this post that you like.

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