First Try: Rosa Latte

First Try! This past week I went to Peixoto Coffee (pronounced pay-sho-tow, as it says on their logo) in Downtown Chandler and I tried their new Rosa Latte.

The new spring menu came out and I could not be more excited. Even though I will miss the London Fog off the winter menu, I am always excited to see what new drink varieties they create. If you haven’t been to Peixoto, you NEED to go: good vibes, great people, and they actually care about what they are serving to you.

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As per the menu, the Rosa Latte is “housemade latte with an infusion of whole rose petals and Brazilian wildflower honey.” It comes hot or iced (I recommend hot!) and either as an 8oz or 16oz.

The new menu item was definitely Instagram worthy, with beautiful latte art and fresh rose garnishment on top. After I was done taking pictures, here’s what I say about this first try: I am definitely getting it again! It’s a nice subtle rose taste and it adds a nice spin on a traditional latte. I will say, if you are looking for something sweet go for the vanilla latte instead. But if you like the taste of coffee and just want to try something new, be sure to check out this new drink.

And if you haven’t been to Peixoto Coffee, it should be on your top list of places to go. I cannot rave about it enough. Be sure to check out their website or Instagram. Or stop in next time you are in Downtown Chandler. It is located right near the street on Arizona Ave, just south of Chandler Blvd.

*All photos by me. Check out my photos on Instagram here! I post a lot from Peixoto 🙂

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