Coquito Iced Latte
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If you’re a fan of Coquito and you love iced coffee, then you’ll love this Coquito Iced Latte recipe. This drink recipe is inspired by a Coquito iced latte I had in Puerto Rico at a local coffee shop. With flavors of coconut and cinnamon, this latte is delicious and easy to make!
What’s in a Coquito Iced Latte?
This latte is made with espresso, non-alcoholic Coquito, and ice. The Coquito contains cream of coconut and coconut milk, along with evaporated milk and sweetened condensed milk, plus vanilla and cinnamon. Authentic Puerto Rican Coquito is traditionally made around the holidays and often contains rum.
Kitchen Tools and Equipment
Here’s everything you’ll need to make a Coquito Iced Latte.
- Espresso maker (I use a Nespresso machine)
- Blender for making the Coquito
- A glass jar or other container for storing the Coquito
- Your favorite iced coffee glass
- Evaporated milk
- Sweetened condensed milk
- Cream of coconut
- Coconut milk
- Whipped cream (optional)
Coquito Iced Latte Recipe Tips
To make this recipe, you’ll need to make the Coquito Base separately first. After blending all the ingredients for the Coquito, you can use a glass mason jar (20 oz size or larger) to store it in the fridge.
If you don’t have an espresso maker, that’s okay. You can make this iced latte using strong coffee, French press coffee, or overnight cold brew.
If you’d like to make this latte using the alcoholic version of Coquito, you can get the recipe for Authentic Puerto Rican Coquito here.
Coquito Iced Latte
- 1-2 shots espresso
For the Coquito Base
- 4 oz evaporated milk
- 4.5 oz sweetened condensed milk
- 5 oz cream of coconut
- 4 oz coconut milk
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/4 tsp cinnamon
To Make the Coquito Base
- In a blender, combine the evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk, cream of coconut, and coconut milk. Add the cinnamon and vanilla.
- Blend on high speed for 1 minute, or until thoroughly combined.
- Pour into a separate container to keep in the fridge. Set aside while making the espresso.
To Make the Coquito Iced Latte
- Brew one or two shots of espresso. Set aside.
- Add ice to a tall glass.
- Pour 2 oz (1/4 cup) of Coquito Base into the glass with ice.
- Slowly add the espresso.
- Stir to combine. Add additional coconut milk and top with whipped cream if desired. Enjoy!
If you enjoyed this recipe, you may also like this recipe for Authentic Puerto Rican Coquito (with rum!), and this recipe for Easy White Chocolate Peppermint Bark.
Will you be trying this Coquito Iced Latte recipe? Let me know in the comments!
Chai for now!