Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew vs. Iced Vanilla Latte

October 17, 2016
HOME Taste & Drinks Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew vs. Iced Vanilla Latte

A Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew and an Iced Vanilla Latte are both punctuated with the creaminess of milk and a touch of vanilla. The core difference between the two is the coffee at the heart of each drink. Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew is made with our subtly sweet Nariño 70 Cold Brew, while the base for our Iced Vanilla Latte is our bold Starbucks® Espresso Roast.

Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew

We make our Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew by slow-steeping our custom blend Nariño 70 Cold Brew for 20 hours to bring out its soft, chocolaty flavors. Then we top it with a delicate float of house-made vanilla sweet cream – a mixture of vanilla syrup, heavy cream and milk – that cascades throughout the cup.

Did you know?

When added to coffee, vanilla can enhance our ability to pick up on flavors in the coffee, intensifying taste. Vanilla can also add a touch of smoothness when acidic flavors are present.

Iced Vanilla Latte

Our Iced Vanilla Latte, on the other hand, combines the rich, full-bodied Starbucks® Espresso Roast we perfected over 40 years ago with chilled milk and vanilla syrup over ice.

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