This Maple Tea Latte Is the Fall Drink You Need to Sip All Season

maple tea latte

Maple syrup and fall go hand-in-hand, especially when spooned generously into a warm rooibos tea latte. Make this recipe at home and it’ll taste like you’re sipping autumn in a cup all season.

Maple Tea Latte

Yield: 1 serving


  • 6 ounces strong rooibos tea, hot
  • 3 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 4 ounces milk, steamed or heated
  • Instructions

    1. Combine tea and maple syrup in a large mug and stir to combine.

    2. Top with milk and, if desired, drizzle with additional maple syrup.

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    16 Responses to “This Maple Tea Latte Is the Fall Drink You Need to Sip All Season”

    1. ANN-MARIE

      It’s January so not just for fall! Super good and a nice alternative to coffee. I used Yogi brand Calming Tea and frothed almond milk.

    2. Shameaka

      True to my word, I made this tonight using Organic India Tulsi Ashwagandha. It’s delicious as well.

      • Shameaka

        I thought so too, but I decided to make it anyway. I don’t find it overly sweet, but I do plan to try decreasing it incrementally to see if I like it with less. Like most recipes, make it to your taste.

    3. Shameaka

      I just made this using Tazo Glazed Lemon Loaf tea. It’s delicious, and I’m going to try this using the many other teas I have purchased. I used oat milk, so it really is easy to customize this to your liking.