All Starbucks Toffee Nut Drinks on the Menu

Starbucks is known for its infamously amazing drinks. So, there’s literally no end to the delicious, highly Instagram-able drinks straight on the menu. Some of these drinks might be better than others depending on your taste.

Who doesn’t like drinks that taste like toffee? But it’s usually hard to find such beverages and particularly those with added ingredients and a personal touch. Whether you like candy-inspired Frappuccino’s or gem-colored refreshers, Starbucks has got it all.

All you have to do is order your favorite drink and then customize it using add-ons for that characteristic toffee-nut flavor. If you want to know Starbucks’ secret menu for preparing some delicious toffee or caramel flavored drinks at home, you have come to the right place.

List of all Starbucks Toffee Nut Drinks

Here are all the Toffee Nut flavored drinks you can order at Starbucks. You can scroll down to learn more bout each drink below.

  • Toffee Mocha Macchiato
  • Iced Toffee Mocha Macchiato
  • Peanut Butter Frappuccino
  • Vanilla Pumpkin Nut Latte
  • Caramel and Nut Chocolate Bar Frappuccino
  • Coconut Cream Pie Frappuccino
  • White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Frappuccino
  • The Roasted Chestnut
  • Nutter Butter Frappuccino
  • Caramel Nut Crunch Frappuccino
  • Caramel Brulee Latte
  • Apple Jacks Frappuccino
  • Caramel Candy Frappuccino
  • Almond Roca Frappuccino
  • S’mores Frappuccino
  • Coffee Cake Frappuccino
  • Hot Butterbeer Latte
  • Butterscotch Latte
  • Turtles Frappuccino
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Starbucks Toffee Nut Drinks

1. Toffee Mocha Macchiato

This sweetly nutty beverage is all you need on a hot summer day.

The flavors combined with caramel and toffee nut, Starbucks’ rich espresso, steamed milk, and simple syrup topped with decadent mocha drizzle is absolutely scrumptious.

Simply choose a syrup from the list of different options available for the topping and enjoy your Toffee Mocha Macchiato.

2. Iced Toffee Mocha Macchiato

Mixed with ice to create an iced coffee, this drink is refreshing yet delicious. It is made with rich espresso, steamed milk, ice, and simple syrup topped with mocha drizzle.

The Iced Toffee Mocha Macchiato is a quick seller, so you might also want to be quick. Or alternatively, try making it at home by combining all the ingredients in a blender and dripping your favorite syrup on top.

3. Peanut Butter Frappuccino

Some flavors go well together, but then some flavors are absolutely made for each other.

One such pair of flavors would be peanut butter and chocolate. If you are a fan of Frappuccino, you will absolutely love the Peanut Butter Cup Frappuccino.

While Starbucks doesn’t use peanut butter as not all locations would blend food variations in drinks, their toffee nut syrup in this recipe perfectly mimics the contrast of a nutty and chocolate drink, which makes it all the better.

Ask Barista for:

A Mocha Frappuccino made with soy instead of whole milk, with toffee nut syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 grande, 4 venti). Add whipped cream and top with mocha drizzle.

4. Vanilla Pumpkin Nut Latte

As amazing as it is, the pumpkin spice latte is already incredibly delicious.

However, this simple recipe, which adds a touch of vanilla and a nutty flavor, makes this recipe even better than before; as they complement the drink perfectly, without it being too overpowering.

The Vanilla Pumpkin Nut Latte can also be enjoyed either hot or cold.

Ask Barista for:

A Pumpkin Spice Latte with toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 grande, 2 venti), then add vanilla syrup (1 pump tall and grande, 1.5 pumps venti).

5. Caramel and Nut Chocolate Bar Frappuccino

Craving a bite of a chocolate bar with your beverage?

Try the Caramel and Nut Bar Frappuccino on the hidden menu. It’s sweet, incredibly delicious, and it’s based on a chocolate bar that will diminish your hunger.

Ask Barista for:

A Java Chip Frappuccino made with toffee nut syrup (1 pump for a tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 pumps venti). Finished with caramel drizzle in the cup and on top.

6. Coconut Cream Pie Frappuccino

Coconut Cream Pie is an absolute favorite classic. And when Starbucks has the seasonal coconut, this drink is a breeze, but there is a year-long version as well.

The summer version of this beverage uses the contents of the famous Coconut Creme Frappuccino.

This gives it a slightly stronger coconut taste. In contrast, the year-long version has a slightly lighter coconut flavor.

Ask Barista for:

Start with a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino made with coconut milk then add hazelnut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 grande, 2 venti) and toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 grande, 2 venti). Top with whipped cream and caramel drizzle.

7. White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Frappuccino

White Chocolate Macadamia Nut is an absolute fan favorite.

This combination of white chocolate chunks and crunchy macadamias goes so well together that it might even go up against the usual chocolate chip.

While there aren’t macadamia nuts in Frappuccino form. The Jaya chips themselves add plenty of crunches, and the flavors in the icy beverage come together to create an incredibly delicious drink.

Ask Barista for:

A White Mocha Frappuccino with toffee nut syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 grande, 4 venti). Add Java Chips and top with caramel sauce.

8. The Roasted Chestnut

Toffee nut syrup combined with extra hazelnut syrup on a hazelnut macchiato makes this drink perfect for the holidays.

The white chocolate mocha syrup and hazelnut drizzle add a sweet and spicy twist to The Roasted Chestnut making it excellent for those cold winter nights.

Ask Barista for:

A Hazelnut Macchiato with toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 pumps grande, 2 pumps venti) and extra hazelnut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 pumps grande, 2 pumps venti). Also add white chocolate mocha syrup (1/2 pump tall and grande, 1 pump venti). Finish with spiced whipped cream and hazelnut drizzle.

9. Nutter Butter Frappuccino

If you have ever had nutter butter in your life, you must be aware of just how delicious they are.

This is another one of those secret beverage recipes that you won’t find on the menu.

All you need is a hazelnut Frappuccino to start with and then customize it using toffee nut syrup, cinnamon dolce syrup as well as a whole banana, and whipped cream to top your Nutter Butter Frappuccino.

Ask Barista for:

A Hazelnut Frappuccino with toffee nut syrup (2 pumps grande, 3 venti) and cinnamon dolce syrup (2 pumps grande, 3 venti). Then blend in a whole banana and top with whipped cream.

10. Caramel Nut Crunch Frappuccino

The Caramel Nut Crunch Frappuccino is a real hooker for any sweet tooth. Especially if you love caramel, and perfect if you’re looking for a little extra crunch to your Frappuccinos.

The name of this beverage itself is quite fascinating. Imagine how tasty the drink would be.

Ask Barista for:

A Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with caramel syrup (1 pump tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 for venti) and toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 for venti). Ask for Crunch bits, used in the Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino, to be added to the bottom of the cup before the beverage. Finish off with whipped cream, caramel drizzle, and more crunch bits.

11. Caramel Brûlée Latte

The Caramel Brûlée Latte has been an incredible favorite ever since it was introduced. Unfortunately, it’s only available during the holidays.

But you shall not fear anymore, as there has now been made a great substitution that closely mimics the flavor of this beloved holiday drink.

Starbucks makes it using their signature espresso and rich caramel-brûlée sauce combined with whipped cream on top and a lavish topping of even more caramel Brûlée.

Ask Barista for:

A Latte with white mocha syrup (1 pump tall, 2 grande, 3 venti) and toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 2 grande, 3 venti).

12. Apple Jacks Frappuccino

There is something about the beautiful pairing of apple and cinnamon that just goes so well together.

With the sweetness of the apple and the slight spice of the cinnamon, it’s so good that we’ve been enjoying it since we were children.

Applejacks is one of the most classic cereal flavors to ever exist, and if you were a fan of that cereal, then you would enjoy this cereal-like beverage as well.

Ask Barista for:

A Crème Base Frappuccino with whole milk to the first line and apple juice to the second line. Then add cinnamon dolce syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 grande, 4 venti) and toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 2 grande, 3 venti).

13. Caramel Candy Frappuccino

When caramel candy is made the right way, it has that sweet melt in your mouth that just makes you keep coming back. And that is exactly how this Caramel Candy Frappuccino is like.

So simple yet so delicious.

Ask Barista for:

An original Frappuccino with toffee nut syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 grande, 4 venti). Then topped with whipped cream and caramel drizzle.

14. Almond Roca Frappuccino

When your sweet tooth calls for a treat, then don’t be afraid to present it with a delicious dessert.

With this newest secret recipe of the Almond Roca Frappe. Which is actually inspired by the golden wrapped chocolate.

Ask Barista for:

A Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with toffee nut syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 grande, 4 venti) and caramel walls on the cup. Finish with whipped cream and mocha drizzle.

15. S’mores Frappuccino

There is one thing that everyone can agree on, and that is the deliciousness of marshmallows, it really is tough to resist the fluffy goodness that is marshmallows, so best take advantage of it once it’s available in Starbucks.

Ask Barista for:

A Java Chip Frappuccino with cinnamon dolce syrup (1 pump tall, 2 grande, 3 venti) and toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 2 grande, 3 venti) and whipped cream blended in. Finally, top with whipped cream and cinnamon dolce sprinkles.

16. Coffee Cake Frappuccino

Do you like to browse through the snacks on display at Starbucks? Then you might have noticed the classic coffee cake.

Well, this frappe just tastes exactly like that snack. And if you’re a fan of coffee and cake, then why not try the best of both worlds with the Coffee Cake Frappuccino.

Ask Barista for:

A traditional Coffee Frappuccino with cinnamon dolce syrup (1 pump tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 pumps venti) and toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 pumps venti). Top with whipped cream and cinnamon dolce sprinkles.

17. Hot Butterbeer Latte

In the terrible cold of the winter, it’s great to have a piping hot drink. So here is the latte version of the famous Butterbeer frappe. Both are a must for any Harry Potter fan.

The Hot Butterbeer Latte is, in fact, one of the most popular Starbucks secret recipes.

Ask Barista for:

A Whole-Milk Steamer with caramel syrup (2 for tall, 3 for grande, 4 for venti), toffee nut syrup (2 for tall, 3 for grande, 4 for venti), and cinnamon dolce syrup (2 for tall, 3 for grande, 4 for venti). Also, ask for whipped cream and salted caramel bits on top.

18. Butterscotch Latte

If you’re a fan of Butterscotch, fear not. This drink smells and tastes exactly like butterscotch and has also been a major hit.

You can also make a smoked version of this drink by adding butterscotch syrup to a strongly brewed coffee, preferably espresso, and then adding liquid smoke to it.

Finally, add warm milk to your drink and take please in its scrumptiousness.

Ask Barista for:

A traditional Latte with caramel syrup (3 for tall, 4 for grande, 5 for venti) and toffee nut syrup (3 for tall, 4 for grande, 5 for venti). Remember to finish off with some caramel drizzle.

19. Turtles Frappuccino

Turtles are an incredible treat at that magical time of the year, where streets are bustling and bells are ringing.

They make a great gift and are unconditionally delicious, but you no longer have to wait the whole year to taste them again, and you should instead try the frappe version of the incredible treat.

Ask Barista for:

A Java Chip Frappuccino with toffee nut syrup (1 for tall, 2 for grande, 3 for venti) topped with mocha and caramel drizzle.

Before You Go

All these secret recipes are easy to make at home.

All you need is the right ingredients and the right measurement of each ingredient.

Whether you are a fan of Frappuccino or espresso, you can customize any drink using a combination of toffee and caramel syrups and top it off with extra seasonings.

Depending on your taste, you can make it sweeter or spicier and put added sugar or more ice to customize it even further.

So, which one of these recipes are you going to try next?

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