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Coconut Passion Fruit Iced Latte

Try this gorgeous Coconut Passion Fruit Latte on for size! Are you a fan of the Ombre Pink Drink from Star Bucks? Get the copycat recipe at Little Figgy Food
Are you a fan of the Starbucks Ombre Pink Drink? You know, that flavored drink with passion fruit and lime then it’s perfectly topped off with coconut milk.

Well then, you really should give this recipe a go, Coconut Passion Fruit Latte. Nice.

This recipe is so simple and straight forward. I like to make plenty of the passion fruit concentrate, as well as the lime simple syrup and keep them handy in the refrigerator for when you’re ready to enjoy a wee bit of an indulgence, then all you have to do it add ice if desired and serve it in a pretty glass. Fancy stuff.

Mixing it up, Lime Passion Fruit and Coconut Latte. Get the Starbucks copycat recipe at Little Figgy Food
It's so creamy and refresh, a copycat recipe for the Starbucks Ombre Pink Drink, Coconut Passion Fruit Latte! Get the recipe from Little Figgy Food

I love this drink! Complete Coconut Passion Fruit Latte love happening here!

When you’re mixing it up it turns all lovely and pink, and has a nice bit of coconut creaminess happening all at one time. It’s great as “mocktail”, by the pool, parties, or just because you deserve a treat.


It's so creamy and refresh, a copycat recipe for the Starbucks Ombre Pink Drink, Coconut Passion Fruit Latte! Get the recipe from Little Figgy Food

Coconut Passion Fruit Latte

Yield: 2 - 4
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A creamy Coconut Milk with Passion Fruit tea that with a hint of Lime, makes for this perfect summer drink.


  • 2 - 4 Passion Fruit herbal tea bags
  • 2 cups just off the boil Water
  • Lime Flavored Simple Syrup
  • Coconut Milk
  • Lime wedges, to garnish


  1. Bring Water to a boil, pour the 2 cups over the Passion Fruit and allow to steep for about 10 minutes. You want the tea to be strong, like a concentrate.
  2. To make your drink, mix together 1 - 2 Tbsp of the Lime flavored Simple Syrup (recipe here) with about 1/3 of the Passion Fruit Tea concentrate into a glass, then top off with about around 2/3 Coconut Milk. Adjust to taste if needed.


The ratio is 1/3 Tea Concentrate and 2/3 Coconut Milk, of course you can adjust to suit your taste.

You can also sweetened the Tea concentrate with your choice of sweeteners and add in the juice of 2 - 3 Limes instead of making a Simple Syrup, if preferred.

Coconut Passion Fruit Latte. Get the recipe from Little Figgy Food

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  1. Wow this sounds lovely. I enjoy passion fruit and lime. I’m sure I’d love this. Perfect for a spring or summer afternoon pick me up.

  2. This drink is so cute! I have a couple of girlfriends who would LOVE it. I’m definitely going to pin it for them and send their way! I bet this is a million times healthier than the Starbucks version too.

  3. I hadn’t encountered that! (If I’m in Starbucks, I’m all about the coffee…) Sounds fun and sweet! And certainly pretty…

  4. Not only are these pretty, they sound delicious! I love passion fruit anything and am always looking for a good mocktail! Thanks for sharing!

  5. What a gorgeous color! I’m a sucker for any and everything pink! I can’t say I’ve tried the Starbucks version but yours looks and sounds delightful.

  6. I have not tried the starbucks version of this, but I feel as though I might like yours more. I find their drinks are far too sweet – even when you ask for it to be half-sweet. Plus, it’s way cheaper to just make it at home.

    1. It is definitely more economical to make it at home and I love being able to control the sweetness too! Hope you enjoy!

  7. Last month I visited Mexico and had the most delicious passion fruit drink. Since then, I’ve been searching the stores to find passion fruit puree and have been getting create with it. I can’t wait to try this one next!

    1. Oh Jessica how fun! I hope you enjoy this version…. passion fruit is one of my favorite flavors and there is so much you can create with it!

  8. This looks so good! I love easy recipes that don’t look easy, and the color of this drink is so pretty too!

    1. Thank you Monica! It really is one of my favorite warm weather drinks, and I love being able to enjoy it at home anytime.

  9. A question about the coconut milk called for in this and other tea lattes you’ve shared. Do use canned coconut milk? Or the kind of coconut milk that’s more like soy milk or almond milk that usually comes in a one-quart box?

    1. Hi Mary! For the drinks, I usually use the coconut milk in the quart box type containers found in the dairy section, unless otherwise mentioned. 🙂

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