The Top 10 Torani Syrups Recipes For Amazing Coffee!

The Top 10 Torani Syrups Recipes For Amazing Coffee!

Last updated on May 20th, 2024 at 11:53

This article is all about Torani syrups recipes for making amazing flavored coffee. Torani has a very extensive range of flavored syrups that you can use to make your cup of coffee at home that matches that of your local Starbucks coffee bar, and a lot more!

Get ready to make coffee to die for, but first…

What Is Torani Syrups Used For?

Torani syrups can be used for more than just making a great flavored coffee drink. Here is a list of some ideas to make great use of it:

  • 1. Make Ice Popsicles. Make some flavored water and freeze it in a mold. Your kids will love it!
  • 2. Make Amazing Popcorn! You can use any flavored syrup, raspberry syrup, peach syrup to make your bland popcorn taste outstanding!
  • 3. Make Tasty Popcorn Balls. Moving along from amazing popcorn, you can heat the syrup, so it is more liquid and helps you to make popcorn balls.
  • 4. Make Snow Cones. Make shaved ice and simply pour your fav flavored syrup over the top.
  • 5. Make Amazing Flavored Soda. With sparkling water or tonic water, you can add natural flavors of your choice and enjoy amazing flavor!
  • 6. As An Awesome Dessert Sauce! You can use your Torani syrups as a scrummy dessert sauce.
  • 7. A Smoothie Topping! Use it as a great topping for your fruit smoothies!
  • 8. Make A Starbucks quality Morning Coffee!..And one to die for!
  • 9. Make Outstanding Cocktails And Mocktails! And have your guests amazed at your barista skills and talents!

You are only limited by your imagination and culinary creativity.

Let’s get cracking and making Amazing Latte’s

What Is Torani Syrups Used For
Delicious Torani Syrups Have Many Uses

Read: Starbucks hazelnut syrup

Torani Syrup Latte Recipes

At Latte Love Brew, it is fair to say we love a good, well-made, well brewed latte and adding a dash of something special to make it absolutely amazing!

Let’s start with….

Torani Vanilla Latte

This makes a great morning coffee and is so simple to make with a home espresso machine for the best results. If it is not possible to make a double shot of espresso, substitute it with well-brewed strong coffee.


  • A double shot of espresso (60ml)
  • 8 Ounces of milk, (240 ml)
  • 2 Tablespoons (1 ounce, 30ml) Torani Vanilla Syrup.

The Method

Brew your double espresso shot with dark roasted beans to cut through the milk. Steam and froth your milk with the 30ml (1 ounce) shot of Torani together to get a well mixed, well blended flavor.

Put your double espresso shot into a tall glass and pour your milk from a height to mix the coffee and vanilla flavored milk together.

Spoon a layer of foamed milk for a beautiful fluffy coffee.

Torani Vanilla Latte
Torani Vanilla Syrup.

Torani Caramel Latte

I confess, I am a sucker for a caramel latte and love making them. Guilty as charged, your honour!


  • 240ml 8 ounces of milk.
  • 30ml (1 ounce) Torani Caramel Syrup.
  • A double shot of espresso. (60 ml, 2 ounces).

The Method

This great tasting latte is easy to make. Simply use the syrup cold or at room temperature and pour the required 30ml (1 oz) into your milk. If you like a strong caramel flavor, add more.

I tend to stir well when the milk is cold, and then steam it and stir again to ensure the flavor is mixed in well to my milk.

Brew a strong espresso double shot with dark roasted beans. The darker the roast, the more the coffee flavor will come through the milk. Pour your espresso shot into a tall glass.

Steam your milk and Torani milk and when it is frothy pour it over and into your espresso shot, so it mixes well. Top it up with frothy milk.

Torani Caramel Latte
Torani Syrup Come Is Many Flavors

Torani Crème Brulé Latte

This one, for latte lovers, is pretty close to a combination of the above two recipes. You will just love it!


  • A double shot of espresso.
  • 8 ounces (240ml) milk.
  • 1/2 ounce (15ml) Torani Salted Caramel.
  • 15 ml (1/2 Oz) Torani Vanilla Syrup.

The Method

Brew a strong, tasty double shot of espresso and pour carefully into a tall glass.

With your Torani shots, measure and pour half an ounce, 1 tablespoon (15ml) of salted caramel and the same amount of Torani vanilla syrup into a glass and mix well. The goal is to have the two flavors married well together.

Then put your syrup mix into your milk and stir well while cold to mix it into your milk. Now steam your milk and stir well to ensure it is well flavored and pour into your double shot of espresso.

I like to pour from a height to get a good mix of the coffee and milk together.

Top up with frothy milk and enjoy the amazing flavor!

Torini Crème Brulé Latte
Torani Salted Caramel, Tasty!

Torani Pumpkin Spice Latte

Three magic words your coffee-loving girlfriend wants to hear are “Pumpkin Spice Latte”. You can make her day or afternoon by whipping up a truly outstanding pumpkin spice latte with this recipe.


  • A double shot of espresso coffee.
  • 30ml (1 ounce) of Torani Pumpkin Spice Syrup*.
  • 8 ounces (240 ml) of milk.
  • Whipped cream.

The Method

As per the other latte recipes, brew a double espresso shot and pour it into a tall glass.

Mix one shot, 30ml (1 ounce) of Torani pumpkin spice syrup into your milk and steam it. Pour your hot milk mixture into your espresso shot. Top it up with whipped milk.

*From a stunning pumpkin spice latte to die for, use 15ml (1/2 an ounce) of Torani pumpkin spice syrup and the same amount of Torani vanilla syrup.  Mix them together for a well blended flavor and then add to your milk.

Mix the syrup well into your milk and steam it. Pour your steamed milk into your espresso double shot and top up with whipped cream.

Torani Gingerbread And Maple Syrup Latte

By now you know the drill. This latte is one that you will be hard pushed to find anywhere in your locality or a specialty coffee shop.

I am a strong believer that homemade is better, be it cooking or coffee brewing. As you have more control over the brewing and elaboration of your coffee, it is more tailored to your own taste.


  • 1/2 ounce (15ml) Torani Maple Syrup.
  • 1/2 Ounce (15ml) Torani Gingerbread Syrup.
  • An espresso double shot.
  • 8 ounces (240 ml) milk.

The Method

Take your two half ounce (15 ml, 1 Tablespoon) of Torani maple and gingerbread syrups mix them well together and then pour them into your 8 ounces of milk. Stir and mix well, so you have a well-mixed milk and syrup mixture.

Steam your milk and, while it is hot, stir and mix well to ensure the syrup is completely mixed into your milk.

Brew a double shot of espresso and pour it into a tall glass. Then slowly add your milk. Top up with frothy milk for a tasty, delicious, fluffy coffee.

Torani Gingerbread And Maple Syrup Latte
Torani Also Has Sugar Free Options

How Much Torani Syrup To Use In A Latte?

How much Torani syrup to use will vary from person to person depending on the intensity of flavor that you want. Two tablespoons of Torani syrup in your latte is a very good starting point. You can increase or decrease it based on your own personal tastes.

For recipes with two syrups use a tablespoon of each and mix them together, then add to your milk and then to your coffee for an incredible latte.

More Torani Syrup Coffee Recipes

Let’s start with some more amazing recipes for Latte Lovers. Butter Pecan Latte OMG!!! (yes, coffee heaven!).

Torani Butter Pecan Latte Recipe

Super easy to make and, like all the recipes listed here, requires very few ingredients and minimal effort to make.


  • A double shot of espresso.
  • 30 ml (1 ounce) of Torani butter pecan syrup.
  • 8 Oz (240 ml) milk.

The Method

Brew up a double shot of espresso. Add 30 ml, 2 tablespoons of Torani butter pecan syrup to your milk. Steam your milk and stir it well to mix the syrup. Add your double shot of espresso to a tall glass or mason jar, add your milk and top up with fluffy steamed milk forth or whipped cream as desired.

Torani Butter Pecan Latte Recipe
Torani Butter Pecan Syrup

Torani Coconut Latte

Honestly, there are few coffees or lattes for that matter that are as awesome on a hot summer day as an Iced Coconut Latte. For an iced latte version, simply add ice.


  • A double shot of espresso.
  • 2 tablespoons (30ml) of Torani coconut syrup.
  • 8 ounces (240ml) of milk.
  • Coconut flakes.
  • Optional: Whipped cream.

The Method

Brew a strong double espresso and put it in a tall glass or mason jar.

Add 2 tablespoons of Torani coconut syrup to your 8 ounces (240 ml) of milk and steam it. Take care to ensure your syrup is well mixed into your milk. Add your steamed milk to your espresso double shot and top up with whipped cream. Sprinkle coconut flakes on top of your whipped or steamed milk.

Torani Coconut Latte
Another Example Of sugar Free Options

Torani Caramel Syrup Coffee Recipes

Caramel in coffee is tasty! And you most certainly don’t need to go to Starbucks to get one.

For a Torani caramel syrup coffee, you can try the Caramel latte recipe above, or you can make something that is absolutely stunning and follow the feverent Italians and Spaniards who love a slug of spirit in their morning coffee and try a Bourbon salted caramel latte.

Torani Bourbon Salted Caramel Latte

This one is absolutely tasty! Try it! Literally I beg you!


  • 1 tablespoon of Torani Salted Caramel Syrup.
  • A Shot of Bourbon Whiskey of your choice.
  • 8 Ounces (240ml) milk.
  • A double shot of Espresso.
  • Whipped cream.


The method and idea of this recipe is not to have alcohol as such in the coffee but the flavor of your favorite bourbon. Take your tablespoon of Torani salted caramel syrup, add a shot of Bourbon, and mix well.

Add your syrup and Bourbon mix to your milk, stir well and steam your milk well. Once your milk is ready, give it a good stir to ensure it is well mixed.

Brew a double shot of espresso and add it to a tall glass. Pour your steamed milk into your double shot of espresso and top up with whipped cream.

For decoration, add a drizzle of syrup to the whipped cream and enjoy.

The purpose of steaming your milk is to both create that lovely fluffy milk and to burn off the alcohol from the bourbon while leaving flavor.

The Torani Oatmeal Cookie Latte

This particular healthy latte has 3 syrups with a very different kind of milk, oat milk. This one, your taste buds will love you for.


  • A double shot of espresso.
  • 1.5 tablespoons (22.5ml) of Torani salted caramel syrup.
  • 1.5 Tablespoons (22.5ml) of Torani brown sugar cinnamon syrup.
  • 1 Tablespoon (15ml, 1/2 an ounce) of Torani Irish cream syrup.
  • 8 ounces (240ml) of oat milk.


Make a strong double shot of espresso and pour into a mason jar or tall glass.

Measure 1.5 tablespoons of Torani brown sugar cinnamon syrup, 1.5 tablespoons of Torani salted caramel syrup and 1 tablespoon of Torani Irish cream syrup and mix them together well.

Once they are mixed together and well stirred, add it to your milk, stir and steam your oat milk. Make sure your syrup mix is well blended into your oat milk.

Pour your milk and syrup mixture into your espresso and top with milk froth and enjoy.

Torani Apple Pie Latte Recipe

An apple pie latte? Why not! Anything is possible with Torani!


  • A double shot of espresso.
  • 1 Tablespoon 15ml of Torani Apple syrup.
  • 1 Tablespoon 15ml of Torani Caramel syrup.
  • 8 ounces (240ml) of milk.

The Method

Brew a strong double shot of espresso and pour into a tall glass or mason jar.

Prepare your flavoring by adding 1 tablespoon of apple syrup and 1 tablespoon of caramel syrup and mixing them together.

Add your well-mixed syrup to your milk and mix well. Steam your milk and still well while steaming. When your milk is ready, add it to your double shot of espresso and, if you so wish, top with whipped cream and enjoy.

Does Starbucks Use Torani Syrup?


Starbucks does not use Torani syrups. Starbucks has their own brand of flavored syrups which is manufactured by Fontana.

You can buy Starbucks syrups online at Amazon, their own coffee shops or at select retail outlets like Walmart.

Frequently Asked Questions About Torani Syrups Recipes

What Do You Use Torani Syrup For?

You can use Torani syrup in cocktails, coffee, tea, ice cream, soda water, pancakes, milk and just about any culinary use that you can think of.

How Many Pumps Of Torani Syrup Should I Use?

Most coffee drinks will require 2 to 4 pumps of syrup; each pump is 1/4 Oz (7.5 ml). 4 pumps the equivalent of 1 Oz (30 ml). The amount required will depend on the size of your drink and the strength of flavor that you desire.

Should I Refrigerate My Torani Syrup?

It is not necessary for you to store your Torani Syrup in your fridge. Storing at room temperature is fine.

Can You Put Torani Syrup In Milk?

 Yes! Torani syrup can be used to make excellent flavored milk. For coffee, it is best to add directly to your coffee and then add your steamed or frothed milk.

How Long Does Torani Syrup Last Once Opened?

Once opened, your Torani syrup will stay well for 24 months.

Can You Drink Torani Syrup?

Torani syrup is not something that you enjoy drinking directly. It will be too sugary and too syrupy. You must add it to milk, cocktail, coffee, soda water to give it flavor.

Frappé-Ing It All Up! – Torani Syrups Recipes

Well, that is it for my top 10 Torani syrups recipes and, to be honest, it is tough to decide which one is best. I’d certainly flirt between the coconut latte and the butter pecan latte; it’s a hard choice!

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Derek Marshall, a certified barista by the Specialty Coffee Association possesses over two decades of experience in specialty coffee shops. He holds professional certifications for coffee brewing and barista skills. Derek is also an author with authoritative books covering various coffee topics including specialty coffee, sustainability and coffee, coffee brewing, coffee recipes, coffee cocktails and books focusing on Brazilian coffee, Vietnamese coffee, Indonesian coffee and Malaysian coffee. As a barista for over two decades, Derek Marshall has worked in specialty coffee shops across the United Kingdom, Spain, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Vietnam. His expertise extends to the distinct coffee cultures, specialty beverages, and brewing techniques of each nation. Functioning as a coffee consultant, Derek charges US$50 per hour. To learn more about Derek Marshall and Latte Love Brew, visit his About Me Page. For coffee inquiries, contact him at +34-639-410-375 or, mentioning your name and location

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