Lavender Honey Latte

Lavender Honey Latte

This homemade Lavender Latte is easily made with 1 part espresso and 3 parts foamy milk and sweetened with homemade lavender syrup!

  • Prep time: 10 mins
  • Cook time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 15 mins


Lavender Latte

    Lavender Simple Syrup


      For a hot latte

      • Pour the espresso or coffee into a mug and stir in the lavender simple syrup.
      • Add about 1 TBS of honey
      • Pour the steamed or frothed milk on top
      • Garnish with lavender buds and enjoy!

      For an Iced Latte: 

      • Pour 2 shots of espresso in base of glass, add lavender simple syrup 
      • Add 1 TBS of honey and mix
      • Pour 6-8oz of milk 
      • Add ice and enjoy! 

      For the Lavender Simple Syrup

      • Add the water and lavender buds to a small saucepan or small pot and bring to a gentle boil over medium heat. Reduce the heat and allow the lavender to infuse the water for 5 minutes. The water should turn a golden brown color from the lavender infusing the water.
      • Next, add the sugar and stir to dissolve. If needed, turn the heat up a notch to help the sugar dissolve.
      • Once all the sugar is dissolved, strain the syrup in a colander to remove the lavender buds.
      • Sip and enjoy!


        • When adding the sugar to the lavender and water, be careful to not turn the heat so high that the water boils. Otherwise, the sugar will crystalize.
        • To steam the milk without a milk steamer, microwave the milk until it's hot but not boiling (about 1-1.5 minutes on high) and then use a whisk or handheld frother to create a foamy texture.
        • If you don't have an espresso machine, try using your favorite strong, bold coffee instead.
        •  I love the strong coffee flavor, so I like the 1:3 ratio of espresso to milk. However, if you prefer your lattes more on the milk side, add more milk as needed.

           Ta da! Happy sipping

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