If there’s one thing I really love (and wouldn’t be able to get through the day without), it’s coffee. Ever since I got my Ninja Coffee Bar, I’ve put a lot more work into trying to be an at-home barista by experimenting with different flavors and froths and coffee beans. Not all of them have been winners, but I have perfected my at-home PSL (suck it, Starbucks).
The good folks at Coastal Coffee Roasters/Corner House Cafe were kind enough to share this awesome Maple Syrup Latte recipe with me that sounds perfect for fall. (side note: the iced vanilla latte at Corner House Cafe is a dream).
Maple Syrup Latte
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 2 oz espresso (we use coffee from Papua New Guinea for our espresso)
- 10 oz milk
- Sprinkle of Poudre Douce from Charleston Spice Company
Combine the maple syrup and the milk. Pull your espresso shot. Steam milk to 140-145 degrees. Pour shot into your heated mug. Top with steamed milk and maple syrup.
Sprinkle the finished product with Poudre Douce. Sit in a comfy chair, sip slowly and enjoy.
If you don’t feel like making it at home, be sure to stop by The Corner House Cafe in Summers Corner for an amazing latte, sandwich, or baked good!