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Raspberry Coffee or Latte Recipes (With Pictures)

Raspberry Coffee

Flavored coffee is all the rage these days, but spending outrageous prices at your local coffee shops to get it can put a damper on your enjoyment of it. Many people assume that flavored coffee involves a laborious process, tons of time, and a basketful of uncommon ingredients. The truth is virtually anyone can make delicious flavored coffee at home with a minimal amount of time and effort.

In this article, we are going to teach you how to make raspberry coffee without fancy equipment or exotic ingredients. All you need is your favorite coffee, some raspberry extract, raspberries, and about 10 minutes. Let’s learn how.

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Raspberry Coffee

Raspberry Coffee

With only a handful of ingredients, you can make decadent raspberry coffee in the same amount of time it takes to make a regular cup of coffee.
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Course Drinks
Servings 1 drink(s)


  • 1 cup of coffee
  • 2 teaspoons raspberry extract
  • 2-3 raspberries for garnish optional
  • Whipped cream optional


  • Start by brewing an average-strength cup of coffee using your favorite coffee beans. We recommend starting with a medium roast, but we’ll get into how to use light and dark roasts later. Be careful not to over-extract the coffee; otherwise, the raspberry will be overpowered by the astringency.
  • Stir 2 teaspoons of raspberry extract into the coffee and stir.
  • Top with whipped cream and 2-3 raspberries. Without the raspberry garnish, some people find the raspberry flavor too subtle. If you prefer not to top with raspberries, consider adding another teaspoon of raspberry extract.


This recipe is very basic but serves as a good foundation for other kinds of raspberry coffee. The key ingredient is the raspberry extract, which is surprisingly unknown to many people. Raspberry extract is the easiest way to give something like coffee a powerful raspberry kick thanks to its high concentration of raspberry flavor.
If you’re used to cooking and baking with vanilla extract, use similar guidelines when starting with raspberry extract. A little goes a long way and too much will render your coffee undrinkable.
Keyword raspberry coffee

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A Note About Roast for the Perfect Raspberry Coffee

We recommend starting with a medium roast, however, light roasts and dark roasts will also work well. Light roasts are naturally fruity and acidic, which can work well with raspberry. Dark roasts are chocolatey and nutty, making them pair well with raspberries, mimicking the classic dessert combo of chocolate and raspberry.

It is somewhat unusual for all roast levels to work with a particular flavor, but raspberry pulls it off. Which you prefer will depend on individual tastes, so we recommend giving all three a shot.

raspberry latte
Image Credit: Elena Veselova, Shutterstock

Another Option: Homemade Raspberry Latte

The above recipe is the easiest way to incorporate raspberry flavor into your morning coffee. But if you prefer to drink lattes, we have another option for you! Brew a double shot of espresso and steam 6 ounces of whole milk. Then add 2 teaspoons of raspberry extract and garnish with whipped cream and a fresh raspberry or two. Simple, fruit-forward, and absolutely delicious!

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Raspberry is a surprisingly versatile flavor that works equally with light, medium, or dark roast coffee. Brewing raspberry coffee at home is as easy as adding a few teaspoons of raspberry extract to your mug, but you can also get slightly more creative and use a similar recipe to make a delicious raspberry-packed latte.

Experiment with different roast levels, origins, and ratios of raspberry extract to coffee until you find the right balance that resonates with your taste buds. Making flavored coffee at home should be a fun adventure filled with discovery and excellent coffee.


Featured Image Credit By: Lubos Durica, Shutterstock


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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