14 Starbucks Oat Milk Drinks (Best Orders To Try In 2023)

Gone are the days when lactose-intolerant coffee drinks couldn't find a suitable drink in Starbucks, thanks to the chain's addition of oat milk on their menu.

Now, those who can't consume or don't want to drink dairy can order their favorite coffee-based beverage anytime they like.

However, with all the options available, it’s difficult to find the best drink that suits your taste.  

In this article, we will discuss all the Starbucks oat milk drinks you need to try, so you can find which of these non-dairy drinks will be your next go-to order.  

1. Iced Brown Sugar Oat Milk Shaken Espresso 

Have you heard of Starbucks’s blonde espresso roast drinks? If not, blonde espresso is the lighter version of the regular espresso and has a sweeter, mellower flavor. 

This espresso is perfect for those who don't like the intense, bitter taste of coffee but need a boost of energy - and works really well in an iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso drink. 

Person Holding an Iced Brown Sugar Shaken Espresso with Oat Milk

The Iced Brown Sugar Oat Milk Shaken Espresso comes with blonde espresso coffee beans, shaken with brown sugar and cinnamon and topped with oat milk and ice. 

The resulting iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso gives you that cool punch and kick you need to power through your busy day. 

Not everyone knows to order the iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso, but it is on the regular menu.[1] Ask your barista and they should sort it for you.

2. Iced Blonde White Mocha with Oat Milk 

Another Starbucks oat milk option with blonde espresso is this Iced Blonde White Mocha with Oat Milk.

If you love the sweet and creamy flavor of white chocolate, this is going to be your next favorite beverage.

Iced Blonde White Mocha with Oat Milk

The light taste of blonde espresso is combined with oat milk and caramelized white chocolate, and topped with whipped cream, resulting in a decadent cup that’s perfect as a pick-me-up drink. 

The blonde espresso may not be as bitter as the regular espresso, but since it still has a slightly bitter taste, it balances out the sweetness of the white chocolate.

3. Iced Vanilla Latte with Oat Milk 

If you love classic Starbucks iced latte drinks like us, then the Iced Vanilla Latte with Oat Milk will be perfect for you. 

This Starbucks oat milk beverage doesn’t have any complicated ingredients, but the addition of vanilla syrup to the iced shaken espresso in a regular oat milk latte magically changes the drink. 

You can also add whipped cream to make the drink sweeter.

It gives the cup a marshmallowy taste that transforms the classic drink into a great cup. Since it’s iced, this beverage is an excellent choice during hot days.  

4. Iced Flat White with Oat Milk 

Hello there, ristretto fans! We all know that Starbucks primarily serves espresso-based drinks, which can be disappointing for ristretto lovers.

Thankfully, the coffee shop decided to create an oat milk option made from smooth ristretto shots. 

Given how concentrated ristretto shots are, it may be a little bitter for many coffee drinkers' taste.

But the addition of steamed oat milk balances out the robust flavor of coffee, resulting in a well-balanced cup.

The best part? You can make the iced flat white sweeter or darker depending on your preferred taste.  

Iced Flat White with Oat Milk

5. Honey Oat Milk Latte 

Who doesn’t love honey, right? It's an excellent white or brown sugar alternative and produces a sweet yet earthy and nutty flavor that transforms any drink. 

Now, Starbucks adds this great ingredient to their classic latte and have created the honey oatmilk latte. 

The honey oatmilk latte is a simple recipe. They combined creamy oat milk, honey, and their signature espresso, topping it with toasted honey. This results in a sweet and salty cup. 

However, if you’re managing your weight, you might want to think twice before ordering a honey oatmilk latte. A  grande cup has 270 calories, which may be a lot for just a cup.  

Starbucks Honey Oat Milk Latte

6. Honey and Hazelnut Oat Latte 

If the Honeyoat Milk Latte uses regular espresso, this Honey and Hazelnut Oat Latte is created using Starbucks Blonde espresso shots.

The light flavor of the beans is combined with the nutty and sweet taste of hazelnut and honey, blended with creamy oat milk. 

It’s topped with a light layer of foam, giving that velvety texture you want in a latte.

The combination of honey and hazelnut makes the drink ideal for people who don’t really like coffee but need some caffeine in their system.  

7. Oat Milk Chai Tea Latte 

If you're not a coffee drinker, these Starbucks oat milk drinks are for you. A chai tea latte is known for its spicy and sweet taste with a creamy and velvety texture, thanks to its milk. 

This drink replaces regular milk with a non-dairy alternative--oat milk-- which gives the cup a whole new flavor.

Unlike whole milk, oat milk is a little sweeter. This balances the spices in the chai tea latte, giving it a lighter and luscious taste. 

Barista HQ Pro Tip: If you want to add more kick to this drink, you can ask your barista to add a shot or two of espresso to turn this drink into an Oat Milk Dirty Chai Tea Latte. You can also ask for the Starbucks ice chai latte if you want a refreshing cold drink.
Oat Milk Chai Tea Latte

8. Strawberry and Vanilla Oat Latte 

Are you looking for a dessert drink? If so, then the Strawberry and Vanilla Oat Latte is for you. But don’t be fooled.

The drink may look pretty and sweet, but it still contains a shot or two of espresso--depending on the size of the drink--, so if you don’t like to consume caffeine, this may not be a good choice. 

Nevertheless, if you just want something sweet for your coffee drink, you can order this one!

Strawberry and Vanilla Oat Latte

9. Dark Cocoa and Orange Oat Latte 

Who doesn’t love the combination of chocolate and orange flavors?

The Dark Cocoa and Orange Oat Latte combines the tanginess of orange and the bittersweet taste of dark cocoa to create a delightful cup of drink. 

It features a blonde roast espresso, which is why the bitterness of dark cocoa blends well with the flavors of all the ingredients in the drink.

It’s also topped with foam, giving it a creamy texture perfect for drinking in cold weather.  

Dark Cocoa and Orange Oat Latte

10. London Fog Latte with Oat Milk 

Starbucks has reinvented the classic Earl Gray tea with this London Fog tea Latte with Oat Milk beverage.

The tea features a bright, citrusy spark of Italian bergamot blends with subtle hints of lavender, combined with vanilla syrup and steamed oat milk, making it the perfect tea on a rainy afternoon. 

London Fog Iced Tea Latte

Every sip transports you back to the busy streets of London. Once you’ve tried it, you’ll surely want more.  

11. Java Chip Frappuccino with Oat Milk 

Who says iced and hot drinks can only have oat milk in them? Starbucks also allows you to replace the milk on your favorite frappuccino with a non-dairy alternative.

Because of the chocolatey goodness of the java chips sprinkled on this drink, the Java Chip Frappuccino is a crowd favorite.

Now that you can use oat milk with it, we’re pretty sure it will be a massive hit on many lactose-intolerant and vegan Starbucks fans.

You might think that the oat milk may change the drink's flavor, but it won't. It actually compliments it perfectly, so go ahead and order this delicious cup.  

Java Chip Frappuccino with Oat Milk

12. Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino with Oat Milk 

Another famous Frappuccino that uses oat milk is the Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino with Oat Milk.

If you love cookies so much (who doesn’t?), this Frappuccino blended beverage will be heaven in your mouth. 

The sweetness of the cookie blended with the strong flavor of coffee results in a delectable beverage that’s too hard to resist. But wait, there’s more. 

The Frappuccino blended beverage is topped with whipped cream, mocha drizzle (or mocha sauce), and more cookies. This is the perfect dessert drink if you ask us.  

Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino with Oat Milk

13. Caramel Oat Milk Frappuccino 

Another classic that will surely be your next favorite is the Caramel Oat Milk Frappuccino. There’s nothing complicated about this caramel Frappuccino blended beverage.

It’s basically your regular Starbucks caramel drink but uses oat milk instead of regular milk. It's also topped with a thick layer of whipped cream with extra caramel sauce on top.

Starbucks Caramel Oat Milk Frappuccino

However, the subtle sweetness of the oat milk brings out the rich flavor of caramel syrup, making its flavor more distinct in this drink. 

If you want to know what we’re talking about, just order one, and you’ll taste how the oat milk transforms this caramel Frappuccino blended beverage.  

14. Oat Milk Cocoa Macchiato 

This Starbucks oatmilk cocoa macchiato is an excellent choice for coffee and chocolate lovers. 

The cocoa sauce on the drink doesn’t overpower the strong coffee flavor, and the oat milk and vanilla syrup creates a well-balanced sweet and bitter taste.

If you want a little adventure on your classic drink, the Oatmilk Cocoa Macchiato is an excellent choice.  

Oat Milk Cocoa Macchiato

Tips On Ordering Starbucks Oat Milk Drinks 

We understand that ordering off-menu drinks can be anxious, especially if it’s your first time getting one.

But don’t worry, below are some tips that would make it easy for you to order Starbuck oat milk drinks:  

  • Oat milk can be used to replace any drink that uses milk. If you want to use oat milk, just let the barista know that it’s your preferred milk. You don’t need to say anything else.  
  • Some of the drinks mentioned above aren’t always available. Be sure to have a backup order in mind if the oat milk option is unavailable.  
  • You can put oat milk on hot, iced, and even frappuccinos.  
  • You can add flavored syrups and sauces to your oatmilk drink. Caramel syrup and caramel sauce are popular, but you can also add sweet brown sugar syrup, vanilla syrup, mocha sauce, or toasted honey. There's lots of options so speak to your barista.
  • Adding or replacing your milk with oat milk will cost you around 70 cents, depending on the location. It's usually the same price for soy milk, almond milk, or coconut milk too.
  • Whipped cream is great on oat milk drinks. Whipped cream will add to the creamy texture and make it sweeter. 
  • You can order a cold foam made of oat milk. This foam is best for iced drinks and can transform any drink. 

Frequently Asked Starbucks Oat Milk Drink Questions

What brand of oat milk does Starbucks use? 

Starbucks uses Oatly in all of their oat milk drinks. It is a popular oat milk brand that is considered the largest in the world.

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Does Starbucks oat milk have sugar, or is it unsweetened? 

The brand of oat milk Starbucks uses, Oatly, doesn’t contain sugar, but sugar is added to most Starbucks drinks by the barista. 

Is oat milk less fattening than regular milk? 

Yes, it is since it contains less fat and sugar. However, it doesn’t mean that you can consume them a lot and not gain weight.

Remember, too much of anything can contribute to weight gain, even if it’s not supposed to be fattening.  

How much caffeine is in an oat milk latte? 

Oat milk latte has approximately 170 mg of caffeine from the espresso or shaken espresso, but it does depend on the type of latte.  

Conclusion - Try These Non-Dairy Drinks Today!

There you have it, the best Starbucks drinks with oat milk drinks you should try. Some of them may be new to you, while some may be something you’ve tried before.

However, you won’t get wrong with any of them.

If you’re trying to be more conscious about what you drink or just can’t consume dairy in general, these Starbucks oat milk drinks should be your next order when you visit this coffee shop.


1. https://www.starbucks.com/menu/product/2123431/iced

Kim Fernandez

Kim Fernandez

Kim Fernandez is a freelance writer whose love for coffee goes beyond just drinking it--she enjoys writing about it too. When she's not writing, you'll find her sitting in a cafe, reading a book while drinking a freshly brewed cup of joe.

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