The heart of the maple latte is the classic latte. A traditional latte is three parts milk to one part espresso, and we’re going to stick with that ratio for this recipe. Add maple syrup and you've got a sweet, cozy treat!
Using your favorite espresso maker, prepare two shots of espresso.
In a coffee mug, combine the maple syrup with the spices. Stir the mixture until the spices are evenly distributed in the maple syrup.
If you have a milk frother, use it to froth the milk as you would in a traditional latte. Otherwise, you can use one of our milk frothing tips to froth milk by hand.
Pour the espresso into the mug over the maple syrup and spices. Stir vigorously to ensure the coffee mixes with the syrup.
Top with frothed milk by pouring it gently over the coffee. Serve and enjoy!
We get our maple syrup from 100% real maple syrup, which is important for two reasons. First, real maple syrup doesn’t contain any artificial flavors that impart strange tastes and come with questionable safety. We like to keep as many chemicals out of our coffee as we can.Second, real maple syrup is significantly thinner than the ultra-viscous, artificial alternative. Having thin syrup makes it easier to blend the drink evenly, which provides a smooth mouthfeel and even flavor distribution.