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How to Make a Rose Latte (Recipe and Pictures)

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The days when coffee was just a regular cup of joe with cream and sugar are long gone. Now, you can get lattes, cappuccinos, espressos, and any other number of coffee beverages instead, but of course, you can still order that regular cup of coffee as well.

Not only has coffee changed a whole lot from what it was in the old days, but tea has also changed as well. No longer are you stuck with plain old iced tea or a cup of hot tea. Now you have a ton of options for tea as well. Take the Rose Latte, for example. It’s not your average coffee or tea, for sure.

Instead, it’s a delicious, comforting drink that’s perfect for any time of the day because it’s caffeine-free. Keep on reading for a recipe and how to make a coffee shop quality Rose Latte in the comfort of your own home.

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Is a Rose Latte Good for You?

This is a question that’s asked often, and the answer is that since rose petals are jam-packed with immune-boosting antioxidants, a quality-made Rose Latte would be beneficial to your health. When you prepare the drink, because of the rose petals, it will have anti-inflammatory properties and help to aid digestion as well. A Rose Latte is pink, gorgeous, delicious, and good for you. Go figure!

What You’ll Need to Make Your Rose Latte at Home

Making a Rose Latte that tastes like it comes from a coffee shop at home isn’t as hard as you might think. For this homemade recipe, you’ll need the following.

a cup of rose latte
Image Credit: Unsplash

Pretty simple right? Okay, let’s go into how to make your Rose Latte, so you can start enjoying it.

Step One

Take a saucepan, fill it with a ½ a cup of water, bring it to a boil, then add your rose petals. Turn down the heat and let them steep for 5 to 7 minutes tops. Drain the rose petals, then set them to the side.

Step Two

Add your beetroot powder and your maple syrup and mix them together thoroughly.

Step Three

You’re going to need a high-quality milk frother to get that creamy foam that makes this Rose Latte so unique. Once you have one, pour your choice of milk in and froth it to perfection.

Step Four

Pour the milk over your rose tea, mix everything together, then sit back and enjoy the fragrant aroma and taste until your heart’s content.

As previously stated, the new way to brew a latte is to infuse them with botanicals as we did with the rose petals in our recipe for a delicious, gorgeous Rose Latte. Not only is this a tasty version, but it’s also a healthier one as the botanicals you use bring many health benefits to the table. Feel free to make adjustments to the recipe above until it’s just the right drink for you and your taste.

This is just one of the Rose Latte recipes out there. Do you have a favorite Rose Latte recipe and a special way to prepare it?


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Rose Latte Recipe

Making a coffee shop-quality Rose Latte is much easier than you'd think! With a few simple ingredients, you can enjoy this herbal, floral delight at home.
5 star average
Prep Time 3 mins
Cook Time 6 mins
Total Time 9 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 1 latte(s)
Calories 130 kcal

Equipment

  • Saucepan
  • Frother
  • Strainer

Ingredients
 

  • 1 tbsp Rose Petals
  • ½ cup Milk
  • ¼ tsp Beetroot powder
  • 1 tsp Maple Syrup

Instructions
 

  • Take a saucepan, fill it with a ½ a cup of water, bring it to a boil, then add your rose petals. Turn down the heat and let them steep for 5 to 7 minutes tops. Drain the rose petals, then set them to the side.
  • Add your beetroot powder and your maple syrup and mix them together thoroughly.
  • You’re going to need a high-quality milk frother to get that creamy foam that makes this Rose Latte so unique. Once you have one, pour your choice of milk in and froth it to perfection.
  • Pour the milk over your rose tea, mix everything together, then sit back and enjoy the fragrant aroma and taste until your heart’s content.

Nutrition

Calories: 130kcal
Keyword iced latte, latte, rose latte

Featured Image Credit: darimo, Shutterstock

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Kate MacDonnell

Kate is a lifelong coffee enthusiast and homebrewer who enjoys writing for coffee websites and sampling every kind of coffee known to man. She’s tried unusual coffees from all over the world and owns an unhealthy amount of coffee gear.

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