Irish Cream Latte | Coffee Series | Zone Syrups

What is an Irish Cream Latte?

An Irish Cream Latte is a delicious and creamy coffee beverage that combines the flavors of Irish cream and espresso. It's the perfect drink to enjoy on a cozy morning or as an afternoon pick-me-up. With the right ingredients and a few simple steps, you can easily make this indulgent drink at home.

What You'll Need

To make an Irish Cream Latte, you'll need the following ingredients:

  • Zone Irish Cream Bar Syrup - 25ml
  • Instant Coffee Powder - 1 tbsp
  • Hot Water
  • Frothy Milk

Step-by-Step Instructions

Follow these steps to create the perfect Irish Cream Latte:

Step 1: Prepare the Coffee

Start by dissolving 1 tablespoon of instant coffee powder in a small amount of hot water. Stir until the coffee is fully dissolved.

Step 2: Add the Irish Cream Syrup

Pour 25ml of Zone Irish Cream Bar Syrup into your coffee. This syrup is specially formulated to add the rich and creamy flavor of Irish cream to your latte.

Step 3: Froth the Milk

Heat up your desired amount of milk and froth it until it becomes creamy and velvety. You can use a milk frother or a handheld frother for this step.

Step 4: Combine the Ingredients

Pour the frothy milk into your coffee mixture, stirring gently to combine all the flavors. The frothed milk will add a smooth and luxurious texture to your latte.

Step 5: Enjoy!

Grab your favorite mug, sit back, and savor the deliciousness of your homemade Irish Cream Latte. Feel free to top it off with a sprinkle of cocoa powder or a drizzle of chocolate syrup for an extra touch of indulgence.


With just a few simple steps, you can create a decadent Irish Cream Latte in the comfort of your own home. The combination of the rich Irish cream syrup, the boldness of the coffee, and the creamy frothed milk will make every sip a delight for your taste buds. So why not treat yourself to this luxurious coffee beverage and start your day off right?

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