Recipes and Tips for Coffee with Caramelized Apple Flavor

A man named Dan Walker created the first caramel-coated apple in the 1950s. Now it is possible to combine this taste with coffee.

Caramel Apple Bean Coffee

Some companies offer this coffee in the autumn season. Each 250-gram bag of coffee beans makes 10-12 cups of gourmet coffee. Works in all standard drip coffee makers. A heat-sealed valve bag guarantees the freshest coffee.

It has a crisp and sweet taste with a creamy caramel flavor and a light hint of apple. It is a gourmet coffee made from 100% Arabica beans. Each cup of this unique caramel apple creation is just 2 calories.

Decaffeinated coffee with caramel and apple flavor

This decaffeinated flavored coffee has creamy caramel notes mixed with a sweet and tart apple that will instantly satisfy the sweet tooth in you.

Caramel Apple Latte recipe

The caramel apple latte can be prepared hot or iced.


  • Two shots of hot espresso (freshly ground espresso beans produce the best espresso flavor).
  • Whole or skimmed milk (120 milliliters of steamed/skimmed milk for hot milk, 240 milliliters of regular milk for iced milk).
  • Apple syrup
  • Caramel sauce
  • Apple spice
  • Whipped cream
  • Ice cream for the latte with ice

Hot preparation.

The first step is to finely grind the espresso beans, fill the coffee maker and brew a double espresso.

Once the espresso is ready, pour the apple syrup (30 milliliters) into your cup. Add the caramel (30 milliliters) and then the hot espresso.

Froth the milk and use a spoon to hold the froth as you pour the frothed milk into your mug. Drain off the remaining foam with a spoon.

Refine with whipped cream, apple spice and some caramel.

Ice-cold preparation

Grind the coffee and prepare the double espresso in the same way as for the hot preparation.

Pour 30 milliliters of caramel sauce and apple syrup into the cup. Add ice and cold milk. Then add the espresso and mix.

Garnish with whipped cream and apple spice.

Caramel apple cold drink

You can use home-made or store-bought coffee for the preparation. Remember: if using a concentrate, mix it with the amount of water you need to dilute before measuring for this recipe.


  • 1 tablespoon caramel syrup
  • 1 tablespoon of concentrated apple juice
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla syrup
  • 300 milliliters of cold coffee
  • Whipped cream
  • A pinch of cinnamon and sugar (for garnish).


Take a glass and pour in half the caramel syrup. Add apple syrup, vanilla syrup and cold coffee. Stir quickly so that everything is well combined.

Cover with whipped cream, then sprinkle with the cinnamon-sugar mixture and drizzle with the remaining caramel syrup.


Caramel apples are often known for being gooey and sweet, but with coffee beans, there’s no need to worry about the calorie content. At 2 calories per cup, you can still experience the same crisp flavor and aroma of your favorite apples in a thick layer of caramel.

For any part of the hot or cold latte recipe, pay attention to the nutritional information and how it fits into your regular diet.

For an even sweeter caramel apple flavored coffee drink, add caramel sauce, vanilla or whipped cream; if you can’t get flavored beans, add apple syrup to your espresso. This flavored coffee could also be a dessert in itself.