As mornings turn cold and autumn leaves begin fall, Starbucks customers around the world warm up with a variety of distinctive beverages. Here are a few of Starbucks fall favorites from around the world.
Asian Dolce Latte (Asia Pacific)
A latte with a unique Asian twist, Starbucks signature Espresso layered with dolce sauce, softly steamed and topped with espresso whipped cream and a dusting of ground espresso. Comes with an extra shot of espresso for extra roastiness and rich espresso flavor.
Bitter Caramel Macchiato (Japan)
Espresso poured over steamed milk, accented with the bittersweet flavor of bitter caramel sauce drizzled on top.
Chestnut Macchiato (China Asia Pacific)
The deliciously layered Chestnut Macchiato begins with milk, steamed until it's stretched and smooth to bring out its natural sweetness and topped by dense, creamy foam. Infused with the exquisite taste of roasted chestnuts and finished with a cross-hatch of chestnut sauce atop the foam.
Dark Caramel Latte (China Asia Pacific)
A concoction of espresso, steamed milk and creamy, dark caramel sauce. The beverage is finished with whipped cream and a special caramel flan drizzle to bring out the velvety and smooth coffee body.
Flat White (United Kingdom and Australia)
This Australian creation features expertly steamed whole milk poured over two shots of espresso, topped with microfoam swirled into beautiful latte art.
French Vanilla Latte (China/Asia Pacific)
Steamed milk with creamy French vanilla sauce brings about a smooth coffee with mild custardy notes which complement the roasty notes from Starbucks® signature Espresso Roast shots. Topped with whipped cream, mocha sauce and espresso powder.
Matcha Tea Latte (Japan)
A smooth and creamy matcha-based latte with steamed milk and the slightly bitter taste of green tea.
Pumpkin Spice Latte (Americas and Europe Middle East and Africa)
Handcrafted signature espresso beverage with steamed milk, rich and creamy pumpkin-flavored sauce, and warm seasonal spices such as cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and clove. Whipped cream and pumpkin pie spice tops off this autumn tradition.
Ristretto Bianco (EMEA and China Asia Pacific)
The Ristretto Bianco is an intense and velvety coffee, expertly handcrafted with two ristretto shots and milk steamed to microfoam then free poured and hand finished with latte art.
Did you know?
Handcrafted beverage names are rooted in the Italian espresso tradition. Here are a few Italian words that have become part of the coffee lexicon.
- Macchiato means “marked” in Italian. A latte macchiato is steamed milk marked with a little espresso, while a caffè macchiato is espresso marked with a little milk.
- Ristretto means “restricted.” A ristretto shot is a short, concentrated shot of espresso.
- Dolce means “sweet.”
- Caffè latte, literally translated, is “coffee milk.”