Indulge in Decadence with our Cherry Latte Recipe!

Dear coffee lovers,

I am ecstatic to share with you my latest creation: the Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte Recipe. I’ve experimented with various ingredients and flavors to bring you a one-of-a-kind recipe that will tantalize your taste buds and add a new twist to your coffee routine.

Imagine sipping on a warm latte, infused with cherry syrup and topped off with melted dark chocolate covered cherries. The combination of flavors is simply irresistible. It’s the perfect drink for warm or cold weather, so you can indulge in it any time of year.

Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur or simply love trying out new drink recipes, this Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte Recipe won’t disappoint. So, grab your apron, preheat your espresso maker, and let’s get started!


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Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte
Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte

Indulge in the sweet and savory flavors of our Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte recipe. This delicious recipe is perfect for coffee lovers who crave unique and rich flavors. Whether you are looking for a new seasonal drink or just want to add some excitement to your everyday coffee, this latte recipe will not disappoint.

Picture yourself sipping on a warm and frothy latte infused with the delicious taste of chocolate covered cherries. Our recipe is made with two shots of espresso, steamed milk, and a decadent blend of cocoa powder, cherry syrup, and milk chocolate-covered cherries. The combination of these ingredients creates a rich and creamy flavor that will soothe your sweet tooth and invigorate your senses.

But why stop at just one type of cherry? We’ve included variations that allow you to customize your latte using fresh or maraschino cherries, cherry cordial syrup or even cherry juice. And if you are a true chocolate lover, try substituting milk chocolate for dark chocolate or sprinkle some chopped chocolate dipped cherries on top for an added kick.

So why should you choose our Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte recipe? In addition to its irresistible taste, this recipe is incredibly versatile. It can be made hot or iced, and it pairs perfectly with a variety of pastries, desserts, and breakfast items. It’s also an excellent choice for entertaining guests during the holiday season, adding a touch of elegance to traditional coffee options.

Finally, our recipe is easy to make at home with simple ingredients that can be found at most grocery stores. So next time you are in the mood for something indulgent and satisfying, skip the line at your local coffee shop and try making our Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte recipe from the comfort of your own kitchen!

Ingredient List

 This is not your average latte, say hello to the Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte!
This is not your average latte, say hello to the Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte!

Ingredients you’ll need:

  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 shots espresso (or 2 oz nespresso)
  • 1 tbsp cherry syrup
  • 1 tbsp chocolate syrup
  • 1 oz Torani dark chocolate sauce or cocoa powder
  • ½ oz Torani cherry syrup
  • 3 tbsp steamed milk
  • Whipped cream, for serving (optional)
  • Chocolate-covered cherries, for serving (optional)

For the Cherry Mocha Ingredients:

  • 2 shots espresso (or 2 oz nespresso)
  • 1 tbsp cherry juice
  • ½ tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
  • ½ tbsp salted dark chocolate sauce

For the Cherry Cordial Latte Ingredients:

  • 2 shots espresso (or 2 oz nespresso)
  • ½ oz Torani cherry syrup
  • ½ oz Torani dark chocolate sauce or cocoa powder
  • 15 ml cherry juice
  • ½ cup Grand Traverse Milk Chocolate Covered Cherries

For the Chocolate-Dipped Cherries Recipe Ingredients:

  • Fresh cherries, stems on
  • Dark chocolate, melted
  • Whipped cream (optional)

The Recipe How-To

 A playful combination of dark cocoa, freshly brewed coffee, and cherry syrup.
A playful combination of dark cocoa, freshly brewed coffee, and cherry syrup.

Now, let’s brew our delicious chocolate covered cherry latte step-by-step.


  • 2 shots of espresso
  • 1 tablespoon cherry syrup
  • 1 tablespoon chocolate syrup
  • 2 tablespoons milk chocolate covered cherry hot chocolate mix
  • 1 cup steamed milk


  1. Start by brewing two shots of espresso in a latte glass or mug.
  2. Add one tablespoon of cherry syrup and one tablespoon of chocolate syrup to the espresso.
  3. Pour in the two tablespoons of milk chocolate covered cherry hot chocolate mix.
  4. Mix the ingredients well until all the syrups and hot cocoa mix is incorporated.
  5. Pour in the steamed milk, leaving about half an inch away from the top.
  6. Stir gently to combine everything together.

You can always adjust the amount of syrup or cocoa powder used according to your taste preference. Top with whipped cream or chocolate covered cherries for an extra-touch. Enjoy your decadent cherry chocolate mocha latte!

Substitutions and Variations

 The perfect drink to satisfy your sweet tooth and caffeine cravings at once.
The perfect drink to satisfy your sweet tooth and caffeine cravings at once.

For those who want to mix things up a bit, there are several substitutions and variations that you can make to the chocolate covered cherry latte recipe. Here are some ideas:

– Milk: If you prefer a dairy-free option, you can use almond milk, soy milk, or coconut milk instead of regular milk. Just be aware that this may change the flavor slightly.

– Chocolate: Dark chocolate is used in this recipe, but you could also use milk chocolate or white chocolate if preferred. You could also try using homemade chocolate for an extra special touch!

– Cherry syrup: If you don’t have cherry syrup on hand, you could substitute it with maraschino cherry juice or cherry juice concentrate. You could also make your own cherry syrup by simmering fresh cherries with sugar and water.

– Espresso shots: This recipe calls for two shots of espresso, but you could adjust this depending on your preference for caffeine. If you don’t have an espresso machine, you could try using strong coffee instead.

– Hot cocoa: For a sweeter version of this recipe, replace the dark cocoa powder with hot cocoa mix or unsweetened chocolate powder.

– Iced lattes: This recipe is great for both hot and cold weather. To make an iced version of this latte, simply skip the steamed milk and add some ice cubes to the cocktail shaker before shaking.

These substitutions and variations will give you different flavors and textures while still keeping the essential elements of the chocolate covered cherry latte intact. Experiment with different combinations until you find your perfect cup of java!

Serving and Pairing

 Get ready to have a flavor explosion in your mouth!
Get ready to have a flavor explosion in your mouth!

This chocolate covered cherry latte is a heavenly beverage that can be enjoyed with scrumptious desserts or just for some quick refreshment. The sweet and luscious flavors of the latte make it perfect for serving as a dessert coffee or for enjoying on a lazy afternoon.

When it comes to pairing, you can never go wrong with something chocolatey, like chocolate cake, brownies or some homemade cookies. The richness of the latte harmonizes beautifully with desserts that have a similar taste palate. Additionally, fresh cherries would make an excellent topping to bring out the bright red color and a natural tartness in contrast to the smooth sweetness of the latte.

For a lighter pairing, consider combining this latte with gluten-free or low-carb snacks. A handful of berries or almonds will balance the sweetness of the beverage without adding too many additional calories.

You can also enjoy this latte hot or cold, making it perfect all year round. Sip it warm on chilly days or iced on warmer afternoons. Simply omit the whipped cream for an iced version, and you can even add some caramel drizzle!

This latte can also be dressed up with your favorite liqueur, such as amaretto or Kahlua, for an extra indulgent treat.

No matter how you choose to serve it, this chocolate covered cherry latte will add a delightful touch to your seasonal drinks menu.

Make-Ahead, Storing and Reheating

 This latte is rich, indulgent, and oh-so-satisfying.
This latte is rich, indulgent, and oh-so-satisfying.

If you’re looking to save time, you’ll be pleased to know that this chocolate covered cherry latte recipe can be made ahead of time. Simply make the espresso and add the cherry syrup and chocolate syrup, then store it in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 1 day.

When ready to enjoy, heat up a cup of milk and combine it with the espresso mixture. You can also make a larger batch and heat everything up on the stove if you’re serving a crowd.

If you have leftover latte, store it in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. When reheating, simply heat it up on the stove or in the microwave until warm.

Keep in mind that latte is always best when freshly made. However, if you’re short on time, making it ahead or reheating is still an option that won’t compromise its taste.

Pro tip: If you want to get creative with your leftovers or make use of seasonal fruits available, freeze them into popsicles for a refreshing summer treat. You can also use leftover syrup to enhance your coffees or teas beyond this recipe.

Tips for Perfect Results

 A delightful twist on a classic latte that will leave you wanting more.
A delightful twist on a classic latte that will leave you wanting more.

To help you achieve the perfect Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte, I have compiled some tips that will come in handy. These tips ensure that your latte is not only delicious but also aesthetically pleasing.

Firstly, use freshly ground coffee beans for the espresso shots as it enhances the flavor of the latte.

Secondly, make sure to steam the milk to about 150-155°F (65-68°C). This temperature allows the milk to foam up correctly without scorching it.

Thirdly, for a beautiful finishing touch, sprinkle some unsweetened cocoa powder on top of the latte. It complements the chocolate and cherry flavors perfectly.

Fourthly, when using an espresso machine, always ensure that it is clean and well-maintained as it significantly affects the taste of the espresso shot.

Fifthly, if using homemade cherry syrup or cordial, make sure to strain it before adding it to the latte. This step eliminates any residue or lumps in the syrup.

Sixthly, you can get creative with the toppings by adding whipped cream on top of the latte and garnishing it with fresh cherries or chocolate covered cherries.

Lastly, experiment with different types of milk such as almond milk, oat milk or coconut milk to cater to those who are lactose intolerant or vegan.

By following these tips, you are guaranteed to impress your guests with a perfectly crafted Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte.


As we near the end of our article, we want to ensure that you have all the information you need to make this delicious Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte recipe. Therefore, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions related to this beverage. From ingredient substitutions to milk alternatives, we will provide you with answers to help you perfect your latte. So, let’s dive into these questions and clear up any uncertainties you may have.

How do they get the liquid filled center into chocolate cherries?

After preparing the cherries with fondant and allowing them to cool, they are then covered with chocolate and stored away for a period of 1-2 weeks. During this time, an enzyme causes the sucrose in the cherries to break down into two types of sugars that can dissolve much more easily. This results in the outer layer of the cherry liquefying, which creates the distinctively glossy and thick syrupy center that is so beloved.

What is in the center of a chocolate covered cherry?

Typically, in order to make chocolate-covered cherries, the cherry is first coated in fondant and then dipped in chocolate. The fondant used in this process often contains invertase, which has the ability to liquify the fondant over time, resulting in a sweet, liquidy center.

What is a cherry bomb latte?

For this coffee recipe, you’ll need two tablespoons of Torani Amaretto Syrup and one tablespoon of Torani Cherry Syrup. For the milk component, you’ll require four tablespoons of milkshake mix. To complete the drink, add two shots of chilled espresso.

What is the white stuff in Queen Anne cherries?

What you see as a white color on the chocolate is referred to as “chocolate bloom.” This discoloration is harmless and can still be consumed. The most probable cause of chocolate bloom is sugar bloom, which happens when moisture touches the chocolate’s surface, dissolving the sugar, and then leaving the sugar residue on the chocolate as the moisture evaporates.

Bottom Line

In conclusion, I urge you to try this delectable recipe for a chocolate-covered cherry latte at your earliest convenience. Whether you are a coffee aficionado or a casual drinker, this latte will undoubtedly become an instant favorite. Its rich blend of chocolate, cherry syrup, and espresso shots provides an unparalleled taste experience that is difficult to match. Additionally, this latte’s versatility makes it perfect for any occasion – whether it’s a cozy night in or a social gathering.

Furthermore, with its easy-to-follow recipe and the various possible substitutions and variations, this latte is suitable for everyone. Those who limit their sugar intake can use unsweetened cocoa powder or sugar-free syrups to still enjoy the delicious flavors without the guilt.

In summary, the chocolate-covered cherry latte is an excellent addition to any coffee lover’s repertoire. It offers an irresistible blend of aromatic flavors that stimulate the senses and satisfy cravings. So go ahead and indulge in this decadent delight today; you won’t regret it!

Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte

Chocolate Covered Cherry Latte Recipe

Another flavoured coffee from Davinci, the cherry, chocolate & coffee mix quite well.
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Prep Time 2 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Course Beverage
Cuisine Coffee
Calories 67.7 kcal


  • 15 ml cherry syrup
  • 15 ml chocolate syrup
  • 1/4-1/3 cup freshly brewed espresso
  • steamed milk


  • Combine all ingredients in a 360ml (12 ounce) mug.

Add Your Own Notes


Serving: 79gCalories: 67.7kcalCarbohydrates: 11.9gProtein: 0.9gFat: 1.8gSaturated Fat: 0.8gCholesterol: 0.4mgSodium: 74.2mgFiber: 0.5gSugar: 6.3g
Keyword < 15 Mins, Beverages, Breakfast, Easy
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