Summer may be ending, but that doesn’t mean the flavors of the season need to leave us. You can still cling onto warm evenings catching glimpses of butterflies dancing in the trees. All it takes is a bit of imagination and the sweet taste of wildflower honey.
A local cafe crafted an array of seasonal summertime drinks, one of which was a wildflower honey latte. It quickly became my go-to summer drink, but now that the leaves are changing color, they have switched up their drink menu. My heart sank the day I could no longer order this latte, so I set out to recreate it at home.
It’s a simple drink to make, but with the addition of wildflower honey the latte feels like an indulgence. Therefore, it’s the perfect way to hang onto summer even when the temps are falling outside.
Wildflower Honey Latte
- 2 shots strong coffee or espresso
- 1/2 C. steamed milk
- 1.5 Tbs. wildflower honey
- Add the wildflower honey into a coffee mug
- Pour the coffee on top of the honey and stir until combined
- Top with the steamed milk and enjoy