How To Make A Starbucks Caramel Macchiato (Iced and Hot)
The Caramel Macchiato, which was first launched in 1996 by Starbucks, has been a favorite amongst café goers in the past 20 years.
Learn how to craft this coffee classic at home with this simple recipe, so that you can enjoy it at home just like you do at the coffee bar.
It will taste like smooth vanilla and velvety caramel with just the right amount of sweetness, and the taste will be unforgettable.
For an espresso that tastes even better than it looks, you can top it off with a drizzle of caramel syrup.
What Is A Macchiato?
The term “macchiato” indicates “to mark/stain” in Italian, which is why this beverage is layered with milk on the bottom and the espresso on top. Although this concept makes a great deal more sense in the heated form of the beverage and you’re not really intended to consume all of the sugary milk before you hit the espresso, it’s all about aesthetics in the iced form. But have no fear- a few swirls of the straw and you’re all set to go.
Ingredients Needed For A Caramel Macchiato
For a Starbucks caramel macchiato, you will need:
- A shot of espresso, milk, vanilla syrup, and caramel sauce.
- A milk frother.
- To begin, measure out and pour a tablespoon of caramel sauce in the bottom of your cup: