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At Roasty, Fall is definitely a favorite. From flannels, cold weather, bonfires, to leaves turning into beautiful shades of color, we love it all. However, our hands-down FAVORITE thing about fall is the delicious coffee concoctions that are perfect to sip on during this fantastic season!
With so many mouth-watering options out there, how can you choose which seasonal drink is best for you? Have no fear! We’ve got some of the tasties coffee choices right here. Read on to find you new favorite fall drink!
The 15 Best Flavored Drinks for Fall
It’s always nice to enjoy the cold weather with a warm, cozy cup of hot coffee. Savory, creamy, and filled with flavor, these fall drinks will cure any cold-weather coffee craving.
Gingerbread Spiced Coffee
Using spices like cinnamon, ginger, allspice, and cloves, this delightful blend of spices make the Gingerbread Spice Latte succulent and savory. Though it may not be as friendly on the waistline, it’s more than friendly on the taste buds. If you enjoy a warming, sweet flavor, this recipe from Southern Plate is definitely worth your while.
Cinnamon Maple Latte
For those who love fall and need something sweet to hit the spot, the Cinnamon Maple Latte won’t only warm you up, but will also give you something delicious to sip on. If you want to kick this drink up a notch, you can also spice it up by adding a cinnamon stick as well. You can view our simple and easy recipe for this drink here.
The Snickerdoodle Latte uses both light brown sugar and cinnamon together to achieve the flavor of a delectable snickerdoodle cookie. With a sprinkle of cinnamon on top for garnish, this recipe from House of Yumm is warm, soothing, and sweet.
Nutella lovers rejoice! This recipe from Dinner Table For Five will give you both your nutella and your coffee fix. Simple and painless to make, this recipe calls for a one-pot mixture of ingredients, and you can garnish it with whipped cream and even a dollop of nutella.
Spiced Vanilla Latte
If you like your coffee with a little bit of kick to it, the Spice Vanilla Latte will quickly become a close friend. Sweet but potent with flavor, this recipe from Baked Bree is BEYOND satisfying, as well as super easy to make.
Red Velvet Latte
Not only is this latte appealing to the taste buds, but it’s probably the most visually appealing one on our list so far. The Red Velvet Latte is ideal for both fall and winter time, and packs a delicious blend of vanilla and chocolate, and will leave you wanting more with each sip. You can check out how to make this tasty drink here.
Dirty Chai Latte
For the tea lovers out there, the Dirty Chai Latte is a nice refresher to satisfy both your coffee and your chai cravings. Saturated with flavor, this recipe by Wholeheartedly Laura is definitely not for the faint of heart. It’s perfect for those who need some heavy spice in their coffee for a little pick-me-up throughout the day.
Campfire S’mores Latte
Enjoy sitting by a nice campfire during the cool fall weather? We’ve got just the drink to warm you up while you enjoy the cold. This S’mores Latte recipe is creamy, chocolatey, and rich with flavor. The recipe can be dazzled with sweet syrup, whipped cream, and even graham cracker crumbles.
Keto Peppermint Mocha Latte
A sweet and minty refresher on a cold-weather day, the Peppermint Mocha Latte is a favorite for those who enjoy the luscious mocha flavor combined with a tingly hints of minty flavor. Full of vibrant flavor, this keto recipe from Joy Filled Eats is sugar free and low carb, and you can view this delicious drink at the link below.
Pumpkin Spice Latte
Considered the king of the fall coffees, the Pumpkin Spice Latte has been a popular favorite for many in the last few years. This drink is particularly favored in the fall due to its strictly seasonal, distinct pumpkin flavor, and we’ve got the recipie for it right here.
Cold Weather, Cold Coffee?
Though drinking hot coffee in cold weather is pleasant for any coffee lover, it can still be refreshing to enjoy a cold cup of coffee too. There are some dedicated coffee lovers out there who like their coffee to match the cool weather outside. If that’s you, then we’ve got ya covered. Here’s some of our favorite refreshing fall iced/cold coffee recipes.
Lavender Honey Iced Coffee
A lighter, flowery flavor, this Lavender Honey Iced Latte is an enjoyable option for a looser, less-dense coffee drink. This recipe is more hands on, but yields a decent amount of coffee. It’s also a more dietary-friendly choice since it doesn’t necessarily use milk, but it involves the fusion of flavors inside the coffee itself.
Coconut Milk Thai Iced Coffee
This oriental style coffee is both paleo and vegan friendly, and embodies a lot of relaxed flavor while still packing a solid punch of caffeine. With ingredients like cardamom, almond extract, and coconut milk, this recipe by What Great Grandma Ate is also more hands-on in preparation, taking about 30-40 minutes in total to make. However, due to brewing time, this can be considered more of a delicacy iced-coffee option.
A triple blend of sweetness, this Turtle Frappuccino by Almost Supermom makes for a boldly flavored option to sip on during the day. This recipe calls for caramel sauce, fudge sauce, crushed pecans, mini chocolate chips, and whipped cream. With so many flavor-filled ingredients, this drink is quite an appetizing, slow-sipping option for those who prefer sweeter coffee.
Iced Maple Latte
The Iced Maple Latte isn’t only tasty and refreshing, but it’s extremely easy to make. The most important tool you’ll need is a mason jar to accurately mix all of the ingredients together. You also have the option to alter how sweet/unsweet you’d like it to be by changing how much maple syrup you place in the coffee.
Iced Mocha Frappuccino
A combination of cacao powder, maple syrup, chocolate syrup, and sea salt, the Iced Mocha Frappuccino is another thick, creamy, slow-sipping drink. This recipe is another refreshing option to enjoy with as the weather gets cooler. If you’ve got a blender in your home, this recipe is one of the easiest coffee drinks to whip up the next time you have a coffee craving.
The possibilities for fall coffee drinks are endless. With so many flavors, spices, brewing methods, and whether you enjoy hot or iced coffee, there’s bound to be an option for even the pickiest coffee drinker.
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