How to Make a Starbucks Iced Vanilla Latte

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Starbucks Iced Vanilla Latte


Starbucks has been roasting, grinding and selling coffee since 1971. With over 18,000 stores in over 62 countries, it's always hot enough for an iced coffee somewhere, but the cost of the cup of coffee may dig into a tight budget, especially since Starbucks coupons are hard to find.[1] The Starbucks iced vanilla latte recipe combines espresso with milk and vanilla syrup for a creamy and smooth treat. You can purchase the syrup from Starbucks, or you can make your own vanilla syrup at home.

Starbucks Iced Vanilla Lattes are even easier to make than a regular Starbucks Vanilla Latte as you don't need to steam the milk.[2]


Starbucks iced vanilla latte.jpgSource: TanyaH 666
Offered by Starbucks[3]
Customer service phone 800-Starbuc (800-782-7282)[4]
Served as Coffee beverage
Main ingredients Espresso, milk, vanilla syrup
Cooking method Brewing
Similar to Iced Starbucks Caramel Macchiato
Author Susan MacDowell
 


Starbucks Iced Vanilla Latte Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons vanilla syrup
  • 1.5 ounces espresso
  • 10 ounces milk
  • Ice

Starbucks Iced Vanilla Latte Recipe

  1. Brew espresso according to your espresso machine's instructions. Opt for high quality espresso beans ground immediately before brewing for best results.
  2. Fill tall glass with ice and set aside.
  3. Pour vanilla syrup into a 2 cup pitcher or measuring cup.
  4. Add 10 ounces of chilled milk and stir to distribute .
  5. Add espresso and stir well.
  6. Pour the latte over ice and serve[5]

How to Make a Starbucks Iced Vanilla Latte Video

How to make an iced latte

Comments

There are only three ingredients (plus the ice, of course,) yet there are so many different ways to create an iced latte. Experiment to find the way that works best. One option is to follow Starbucks' instructions as outlined above. Another way would be to add the syrup to the espresso while it is hot, making the syrup dissolve quickly.

If you can't bear to dilute your coffee with ice, freeze some espresso into ice cubes and replace some of the ice cubes with espresso cubes.[6] It's a great use for leftover coffee and it will keep the flavor of your iced vanilla latte strong from start to finish.

For variety, try different syrup flavors. Starbucks offers several, or you can make your own syrup at home.[7] Mocha, almond, hazelnut, mint, orange, and caramel are just some of the flavors you might try.[8] [9]

Also See: How to Make Starbucks Vanilla Syrup, How to Make a Starbucks Vanilla Latte, How to Make a Starbucks Caramel Macchiato, How to Make a Starbucks Frappuccino, How to Make an Iced Starbucks Caramel Macchiato, How to Make a Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte, How to Make a Starbucks Chai Tea Latte

References

  1. http://www.starbucks.com/about-us/our-heritage
  2. http://www.starbucks.com/menu/drinks/espresso/caffe-latte
  3. http://www.starbucks.com/
  4. http://customerservice.starbucks.com/app/contact/ask/
  5. http://www.starbucksfs.com/Recipes/Cold_Beverages/Vanilla_Flavored_Iced_Latte?filterTrait=Trait%7C%7CFlavor%7C%7CVanilla
  6. http://www.folgers.com/coffee-drink-recipes/coffee-ice-cubes.aspx
  7. http://www.starbucksstore.com/Syrups/syrup,default,sc.html
  8. http://www.quicksilverweb.net/sbucks/sbcharts.htm
  9. http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/drink/views/Iced-Almond-Latte-201159