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Starbucks Roasted Chestnut Coffee

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Roasted Chestnut Coffee, a Starbucks Secret Menu coffee recipe, is a sweet and creamy hidden gem that evokes images of a snowbound winter’s eve, warming your feet in front of a crackling fire tucked away in the mountains in a cozy log cabin. Few flavors are more “Christmassy” than roasting chestnuts and this coffee drink is sure to get even the most determined Scrooge into the holiday spirit. That is why this Secret Menu coffee recipe is especially popular in late December prior to the mad last-minute present seeking dash.

What Is In The Roasted Chestnut Coffee On The Starbucks Secret Menu?

The Starbucks Secret Menu Roasted Chestnut Coffee ingredients are Starbucks Hazelnut Macchiato, Starbucks hazelnut syrup, Starbucks toffee nut syrup, white chocolate mocha syrup, and whipped cream.
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Starbucks Secret Menu Roasted Chestnut Coffee Recipe


5 from 3 votes
Starbucks Roasted Chestnut Coffee Recipe - Secret Menu
Starbucks Roasted Chestnut Coffee Recipe
Prep Time
2 mins
Blend Time
1 min
Total Time
3 mins
 
Starbucks Roasted Chestnut Coffee is an unofficial coffee drink on the Secret Menu at Starbucks. This recipe will show you how to make one.
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: coffee, secret menu, Starbucks
Servings: 1
Calories: 240 kcal
Author: Olivia Norvang
Instructions
  1. Brew Coffee.

  2. Pump the prescribed amount of flavored syrups into your coffee and stir. 

  3. Top with spiced whipped cream and apply a light drizzle of hazelnut syrup.

  4. For the best results with easy clean up, we recommend using a Keurig Brewing System and a Starbucks Hazelnut Coffee K-Cup.


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3 Comments

  1. Chrissy Christmas

    December 28, 2014 at 11:16 am

    So “Christmassy”

  2. Trish @ Holiday Coffee

    December 14, 2016 at 3:03 pm

    Totally tastes like roasted chestnuts.

  3. Jen

    January 2, 2018 at 8:17 am

    Yummy

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