17 Best Toffee Nut Starbucks Drinks (Packed With Flavor!)

Starbucks is one of the most beloved coffee chains in the world because of the variety of drinks it offers.

One flavor that many enjoy the most in their coffee is toffee nut but what toffee nut flavored drinks are worth a try in this cafe? What should you order on your next visit?

In this article, we will list down all the best toffee nut drinks at Starbucks you need to try.

Some come from the cafe’s regular menu, while others are from the secret menu.

If you’d like to try them all, bookmark this page so you can have a cheat sheet when ordering a toffee nut beverage at this popular chain.

Believe it or not, toffee nut isn’t always the main ingredient in many toffee nut flavored beverages at Starbucks.

It’s sometimes used as an added flavor in many drinks, so don’t be surprised if many of the beverages listed below don’t have toffee nut in their name.

But don’t fret; we made sure that every one of them includes toffee nuts in their ingredients. Shall we begin?

1. Toffee Mocha Macchiato

If you're a big macchiato fan, this Starbucks drink is perfect for your toffee nut craving.

The Toffee Mocha Macchiato combines the sweet flavor of caramel and the nutty notes of toffee nut in steamed milk mixed with Starbucks’ rich espresso and simple syrup, with a decadent mocha drizzle on top.[1]

Every sip will satisfy your sweet tooth while giving you the caffeine fix you need.

It’s also included in the regular menu, so you don’t need to remember any recipe when ordering this drink. 

The best part? You can customize it depending on how you like your coffee. You can switch the drizzle and change the milk to a non-dairy option.

Don’t be scared to make this drink completely yours by customizing it.

Starbucks Toffee Mocha Macchiato

2. Iced Toffee Mocha Macchiato

During hot summer days, a cup of warm coffee isn’t ideal. If you still want to enjoy a Toffee Mocha Macchiato, getting its iced version is the answer.

It’s essentially the same as the hot version but made to keep you refreshed and energized throughout the day.

The combination of toffee nut syrup and caramel syrup plus the ice makes this drink even more enjoyable.

If you want to mix it up a little, ask the barista to add whipped cream before drizzling it with mocha sauce. This will result in a creamy cup.

Starbucks Iced Toffee Mocha Macchiato

3. Butterscotch Latte

While this popular coffee chain doesn't offer butterscotch drinks, you can still get one from their secret menu.

This Starbucks secret menu drink tastes exactly like butterscotch, so you can satisfy your craving anytime you want. 

But don't just ask for a Butterscotch latte from a barista; they'll get confused. You'll need to follow the instructions below to order this drink.

Ask Barista For: A traditional latte with toffee nut syrup (3 pumps for tall, 4 for grande, 5 for venti) with caramel syrup (3 pumps for tall, 4 for grande, 5 for venti) and top it off with some caramel drizzle.
Starbucks Butterscotch Latte

4. Nutter Butter Frappuccino

If you are a Nutter Butter cookie fan, having it in a frappuccino is bliss.

Thankfully, you can recreate this flavor and enjoy a Nutter Butter Frappuccino any time.

It's one of the secret menu drinks, so screenshot this recipe if you want to try it on your next visit to Starbucks.

When ordering, ask a barista for a Hazelnut Frappuccino with cinnamon dolce syrup (2 pumps for tall and grande, 3 for venti) and toffee nut syrup (2 pumps for tall and grande, 3 for venti).

Then, blend a whole banana and top it with whipped cream.

This delicious dessert drink is such a treat! You’ll surely come back for more.

Starbucks Nutter Butter Frappuccino

5. Caramel And Nut Chocolate Bar Frappuccino

We all know that coffee and chocolate go well together. But what if we add some toffee nut flavor to this combination?

The result: Caramel and Nut Chocolate Bar Frappuccino. The sweetness of caramel compliments the chocolatey goodness of java chips and nutty notes of toffee nut. 

This will undoubtedly become one of your favorite secret menu drinks.

If you want to order this toffee nut drink, ask for a Java Chip Frappuccino with toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 2 for grande, and 3 for venti).

Then, add some caramel drizzle to the cup and on top of the drink.

Starbucks Caramel and Nut Chocolate Bar Frappuccino

6. Caramel Nut Crunch Frappuccino

Can't get enough of the sweet and nutty flavor of toffee nut? Another union that will indulge your craving is the Caramel Nut Crunch Frappuccino.

What makes this drink more interesting is it has some little extra crunch to your every sip, thanks to the Crunch bits in the drink.

The name itself is too enticing; we’re pretty sure you’ll also love its taste.

To order Caramel Nut Crunch Frappuccino, ask for a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino and blend it with toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 for venti) and caramel syrup (1 pump tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 for venti).

Then, ask for Crunch bits used in Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino to be placed at the bottom of the cup.

Lastly, top it with whipped cream, caramel, and crunchy bits to fully customize this fantastic drink.[2]

Starbucks Caramel Nut Crunch Frappuccino

7. Toffee Nut Latte

If you’re looking for something simple that you can even have at home, the Dolce Gusto Starbucks Toffee Nut Latte is the one for you.

While it’s not something you can order from the store, it’s a good option for those who are just too obsessed with toffee nuts and want to have it every day.

If you want a cheaper but equally delicious version, you can make your own toffee nut latte at home by making a latte and adding toffee nut syrup to the drink.

The simple recipe works better by adding steamed milk rather than room temperature or cold milk to the toffee latte.

Starbucks Toffee Nut Latte

8. Caramel Brûlée Latte

When this famous coffee shop first introduced Caramel Brûlée Latte to their menu, it was only available during the holidays.[3]

Since it’s one of the seasonal drinks, those who enjoy this drink aren’t able to have it all year round. But that won’t be the case anymore.

The barista instructions below are simple and easy to remember.

While this isn’t the exact recipe they use for the holiday drink, it closely resembles the flavor. You wouldn’t notice the difference at all.

Ask Barista For: A latte with toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 for venti) and mocha syrup (1 pump tall, 2 pumps grande, 3 for venti).
Starbucks Caramel Brûlée Latte

9. Vanilla Pumpkin Nut Latte

We all know how good Pumpkin Spice Latte is. But what if we tell you that you can level up this drink by adding vanilla and nutty flavors?

With Vanilla Pumpkin Nut Latte, you can enjoy the sweetness of vanilla with a bit of nutty taste complemented by cinnamon and nutmeg.

While it sounds like a lot of flavors in one, it’s a perfect combination without being too overpowering.

You can also enjoy this beverage hot or cold. To order, ask for a Pumpkin Spice Latte with vanilla syrup (1 pump tall and grande, 1.5 for venti) and toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 for grande, 2 for venti).

Stabucks Vanilla Pumpkin Nut Latte

10. The Roasted Chestnut

If you just love nuts, the combination of hazelnut and toffee nut will do the trick. You can enjoy this flavor combination through The Roasted Chestnut.

It’s a secret menu drink, so be sure to have the recipe ready when you order.

Here's how you can order: get a Hazelnut Macchiato with extra hazelnut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 for grande, 2 for venti), white mocha syrup ½ pump tall and grande, 1 pump for venti), and toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 for grande, 2 for venti).

Then, top the beverage with spiced whipped cream and more hazelnut drizzle—the combination of these delicious nuts results in a sweet and sinful cup. You'll surely come back for more.

Starbucks The Roasted Chestnut

11. Hot Butterbeer Latte

When it’s cold outside, a nice hot coffee drink can save the day.

But if you don’t enjoy the intense flavor of coffee, what should you have for your caffeine boost?

Enter Hot ButterBeer Latte. If you’re a Harry Potter fan, this drink is perfect for you. It’s a latte version of the famous Butterbeer Frappe and one of the most popular secret menu drinks.

Here’s how you can try this drink on your next visit: order whole steamed milk (whole-milk steamer) with toffee nut syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 for grande, 4 for venti), cinnamon dolce syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 for grande, 4 for venti), and caramel syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 for grande, 4 for venti).

Then, ask to top it off with whipped cream and some salted caramel bits.

Starbucks Hot Butterbeer Latte

12. White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Frappuccino

One of the most popular nuts in chocolates is macadamia, and we all know they are a good combination. But do you know that you can enjoy this combination in a frappuccino?

With White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Frappuccino, you can now have this combination anytime you like.

This drink is part of the secret menu, so you need to tell the barista the recipe for this drink when ordering.

One important thing you need to remember is that the coffee chain doesn’t have macadamia nuts as one of its ingredients.

But don’t worry, the crunchiness of the java chips is enough to cover the texture of the nut, while the toffee nut syrup resembles the nutty flavor of macadamia nuts.

When ordering this icy beverage, ask the barista for a White Mocha Frappe and blend toffee nut syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 for grande, 4 for venti) and java chips with it and add some caramel sauce on top.

Starbucks White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Frappuccino

13. Coconut Cream Pie Frappuccino

Coconut cream pie is a classic dessert. However, it’s very rare to find them in cafes.

Thankfully, there’s a secret menu recipe that you can follow to enjoy this dessert any time of the year.

If you’re lucky, some Starbucks stores have coconut as one of their ingredients, making it easy to recreate this dessert in a frappe. 

But if there’s no coconut available, don’t worry! You can still have it by following this recipe:

Order a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino using coconut milk. Add hazelnut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 for grande, 2 for venti) and toffee nut syrup (1 pump tall, 1.5 for grande, 2 for venti), finishing it with some whipped cream and caramel drizzle.

The combination of the syrups compliments the creaminess of the coconut and whipped cream. If you’re vegan, ditch the whipped cream and enjoy this cup!

Starbucks Coconut Cream Pie Frappuccino

14. Apple Jacks Frappuccino

Toffee nut isn’t always the star in some secret menu of Starbucks iced coffee drinks.

However, it’s an essential ingredient to recreate several classic flavors into a frappuccino, such as the all-time favorite cereal Apple Jacks.

The combination of apple and cinnamon is so enticing and delicious that many crave this flavor in their drinks. So here it is!

To order the Apple Jacks Frappuccino, get a Creme Base Frappuccino with whole milk on the first line and apple juice on the next one.

Then, add some toffee syrup (1 pump tall, 2 for grande, 3 for venti) and cinnamon dolce syrup (1 pump tall, 2 for grande, 3 for venti) to achieve the right sweetness of the drink.

You can add some caffeine, but note that adding espresso may ruin the flavor.

Starbucks Apple Jacks Frappuccino

15. Peanut Butter Frappuccino

Another classic you can enjoy as an ice-blended drink is the Peanut Butter Frappuccino. Think of it like Reese's peanut butter cups, but in a cup--salivating already?

Chocolate and peanut butter are undoubtedly a great combination, so this drink will become one of your favorites.

However, Starbucks doesn’t use peanut butter in most of its stores. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t have this drink.

Toffee nuts will do the trick and still give you a delicious cup. Every sip is a treat.

Ask Barista For: A Mocha Frappe with soy instead of whole milk, add some toffee nut syrup (2 pumps tall, 3 for grande, 5 for venti), and topping it with whipped cream and mocha drizzle.
Starbucks Peanut Butter Frappuccino

16. Coffee Cake Frappuccino

What if we tell you that you can enjoy Starbucks’s classic cinnamon coffee cake as a frappuccino?

With Coffee Cake Frappuccino, you can enjoy the classic snack even when you’re on the go. 

But you need to save this recipe when you order.

Get a traditional Coffee Frappe with toffee syrup (1 pump tall, 2 for grande, 3 for venti) and cinnamon dolce syrup (1 pump tall, 2 for grande, 3 for venti), topping it with whipped cream and cinnamon dolce sprinkles.

Starbucks Coffee Cake Frappuccino

17. Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino

If you’re craving something sweet and salty, this toffee nut frappuccino drink is for you.

Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino is from the regular menu, so you don’t need to remember any complicated recipe to enjoy this drink.

This frappe is made with coffee, milk, and ice and blended with mocha sauce and toffee nut syrup. 

For more sweetness, it’s topped with whipped cream, caramel sauce, and a blend of sugar and sea salt for that saltiness that makes the drink even more enjoyable.

Who knew a little salt could make a sweet beverage better?

Starbucks Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino

What Exactly Is “Toffee Nut?” 

Toffee nut is a popular flavoring mixed into drinks to achieve sweet, nutty, and toasty flavors.

It is based on the famous chewy caramel treat toffee, made from sugar, butter, and milk and sometimes mixed with various nuts, including macadamia, hazelnut, and almond.

Depending on the manufacturer, toffee nut uses the flavor from the toffee snack plus some added nut flavorings to create a new taste that will complement various drinks.

While toffee has been around for many years, toffee nut syrup just gained popularity in the last few years, especially when toffee nut at Starbucks was introduced.

Starbucks Ordering Tips - How To Get The Best From Your Barista

When ordering toffee drinks at Starbucks, the most important thing you need to check is if the beverage comes from the regular menu or the secret menu. 

If it comes from their regular menu, you can order the drink anytime. However, if it’s not, have the recipe ready before you go to the counter.

Otherwise, you’ll make other people in line wait for you to get your drink, which isn’t fair.

Another thing you need to note is that toffee nut is an ingredient, so you can easily add it to many of your classic favorite drinks.

For example, you can experiment and ask the barista to add some of it to a hot chocolate and iced coffee.

You can also play around with the syrups. For instance, for better flavors, you can mix two syrups, such as toffee nut and white mocha syrup.

When it comes to toppings for your toffee nut beverages, there are many choices, such as caramel drizzle, mocha drizzle, and more. Simply ask the barista what options you have.

Lastly, it’s best only to order complicated drinks when there are few customers around.

During peak hours, the baristas are often too busy to ask for drinks that require a lot of steps as it may cause delays to some peoples’ orders.

Starbucks Online Order For Iced Toffee Mocha Macchiato

Common Starbucks Toffee Nut Drink Questions

Is toffee nut seasonal at Starbucks?

The regular menu toffee nut drinks are seasonal. However, the syrup is available all year round.

How many calories are in a pump of toffee nut syrup?

One pump of toffee nut syrup from Starbucks is 20 calories, just like other syrups.

What are the size options for Starbucks toffee nut drinks?

Like any other drinks at Starbucks, you can get toffee nut flavored drinks in tall, grande, and venti sizes.

Does Starbucks have their own toffee nut syrup?

Yes, they do. You can buy Starbucks Toffee Nut syrup from Amazon, Walmart, and other stores in the U.S.

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If you're craving toffee nut drinks, you no longer need to wait for the holidays. With all of these beverages to choose from, you can have them any time of the year.

Just remember, always keep the recipe ready if you're ordering something off the secret menu. It'll be easier for both of you and the barista.

So what are you waiting for? Head now to the nearest Starbucks store!


1. https://www.starbucks.com/menu/product/2123028/hot

2. https://www.popsugar.com/food/How-Customize-Your-Starbucks-Order-43530146

3. https://www.starbucks.com/menu/product/517/hot

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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