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Stand Out from the Crowd with Speciality Drinks

We all know that the traditional coffee menu contains thestandard, yet popular drinks that you’ll find in almost any good coffee shop.

We’re talking about drinks like; Mocha, Latte, Cappuccino,Americano, Flat White, Macchiato, Espresso and Ristretto. These staple drinksare the back bone of your coffee business, but what makes you stand out fromthe crowd? What’s different about your coffee business that will attract newcustomers and keep them coming back for more?

Speciality drinks are the answer! You probably serve somespeciality drinks during particular holidays such as a PumpkinSpice Latte for Halloween or a White Christmas Hot Chocolate drink but doyou have any regular speciality drinks, ones that don’t just come and go withthe seasons, ones that stay because your customers can’t get enough?

Customers LOVE these special ‘treat’ and ‘guilty pleasure’drinks that they can’t get everywhere and these drinks are what will set yourcoffee business apart from the rest.

If you’re not sure where to start, do a little research. The Coffee Masters blog has arange of drinks recipes and new drink flavours like cold brew coffee, alcoholiccoffee drinks and this recipe:




  • Pour syrup into a hot coffee.
  • Top up with hot milk.

You can find more seasonal drinksrecipes on our website, do some research online and see what recipes youcan find or experiment with our extensive range of syrups – (you can finda recipe for most of our syrups on our website), sauces andtoppings to see what tasty treats you can create for your customers likethis exotic Nutmeg and Mandarin Latte:


  • 1/3 (1cl) oz 1883 Tangerine syrup
  • 1 Espresso
  • 3 1/3 oz (10cl) foamed milk
  • Nutmeg


  • Pour the syrup and the espresso in a largecoffee cup.
  • Add the foamed milk then sprinkle with nutmegpowder.

Now experiment and see what new creations you can createthat will become a key, focus point to your coffee menu and don’t forget toshare your creations with us @CoffeeMastersUK