Starbucks Coconut Syrup (Ingredients, Taste, Copycat Recipe, Calories, where to buy & more information)

Coconut sugar is an excellent plant-based, natural sweetener that you can use instead of regular table sugar. Starbucks coconut syrup is a perfect way of sweetening your favorite drink.

Starbucks coconut syrup is a natural sweetener most people prefer to regular table sugar. My mother is obsessed with Starbucks coconut syrup because she believes it is a natural sweetener that is better than regular sugar and cane sugar. But is the Starbucks coconut syrup better and more nutritious? This post will teach you how to make Starbucks coconut syrup and its nutritional composition.

Brief history

Starbucks’ notable use of coconut syrup was in 2002 when it introduced Mocha Coconut Frappuccino. The extraction of sugar from the nectar of coconut palm flowers began in the 17th century during the age of the empire. The extraction of sugar began in Indonesia in the Islands in the south. It was extensively used in East Indies during the Dutch colonial period because of its unique taste.

Is Starbucks Coconut Syrup still available at Starbucks?

Starbucks coconut syrup is seasonal and is available primarily during the Summer and Spring months. Similarly, drinks that require Starbucks coconut syrup are also seasonal. Since you cannot always find Syrup, you must know how to prepare it at home.

Where to buy Starbucks Coconut Syrup

Starbucks coconut syrup is mostly unavailable on Amazon and Walmart, especially during the summer and spring, but Amazon has great alternatives that you can use and enjoy a great drink.

Starbucks Coconut Syrup (Ingredients, Taste, Calories, name variations)

What’s in a Starbucks Coconut Syrup- (ingredients)


Starbucks Coconut Syrup

The Starbucks coconut syrup does not have much difference from other Starbucks syrups, but what exactly is in this Syrup? The Starbucks coconut syrup contains water, natural flavor, sugar, potassium sorbate, and citric acid.

Water – is a primary ingredient and has a significant role in forming a solution by dissolving and diluting other ingredients that make up the Syrup.

Natural flavor – has a significant role in creating the unique taste of the coconut syrup

Sugar – is a primary ingredient that makes the Syrup sweet and makes it a potential sweetener for drinks.

Potassium sorbate – is a preservative commonly used for most Starbucks syrups.

Citric acid – is an essential ingredient because it controls the pH of the Syrup and maintains the stability of the potassium sorbate used as a preservative.

Starbucks Coconut Syrup: Nutrition & Calories

Nutritional fact

One pump or two tablespoons of Starbucks coconut syrup has 80 calories. Doubling the syrup pumps doubles the calories and significantly boosts the calories in a drink. The Syrup has 20g of carbs but no fats or proteins. Therefore, the drink significantly increases the calories in your drink.

So, what does Starbucks Coconut Syrup taste like?

The Starbucks coconut syrup is sweet and has a coconut flavor. The taste is unique and perfectly matches the summer vibe. Most people describe the taste as good and impressive.

Drinks that use Starbucks Coconut Syrup

After making your homemade bottle of Starbucks Coconut Syrup, you could wonder what type of drinks you can make with it.

Starbucks’ menu can provide excellent examples of such.

Some of the Starbucks drinks made with Starbucks Coconut Syrup are:

  • Toasted coconut cold brew
  • Caramel Frappuccino with Coconut Crème Pie
  • Iced Golden Ginger Cocktail
  • Drinking Dragon.

Starbucks Coconut Syrup: Other names

Some people call coconut syrup coconut palm sugar, which I believe is different. However, most people just call it Starbucks coconut syrup.

How to make Starbucks Coconut Syrup at home – Starbucks Coconut Syrup Copycat Recipe

starbucks Coconut Syrup

Starbucks Coconut Syrup Copycat Recipe

Kai Jordan
The coconut syrup contains water, natural flavor, sugar, potassium sorbate, and citric acid.
Cuisine American


  • A pot
  • A source of heat
  • Stirrer
  • A glass bottle with a pump


  • 4 cups of water
  • 4 cups of sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of imitation coconut extract


  • Pour 4 cups of water into a pot
  • Place the pot on a medium source of heat
  • Add 4 cups of sugar and stir
  • Add 1 tablespoon of imitation coconut extract
  • Stir and cover the pot and bring the content to boil
  • Remove the pot from heat and allow it to cool
  • Pour the Syrup into a glass bottle with a pump for easy usage. You can store it in any other container of your choice.
  • Store refrigerated and use within one month.


  • Torani glass bottle with a pump is excellent storage because it makes it easy to use the Syrup and reduces the chances of contamination that are high when you keep opening the Syrup and scooping or pouring
  • Make a coconut coffee with a pre-made Starbucks iced coffee

Informative Section

Is Starbucks Coconut syrup vegan?

Starbucks Coconut syrup is vegan.

Is Starbucks Coconut syrup gluten-free?

Starbucks Coconut syrup is gluten-free.

Is Starbucks coconut syrup seasonal?

Starbucks Coconut syrup is seasonal, only available during the Summer and Spring months.

How much is Starbuck Coconut syrup?

The Syrup is currently out of stock.

Does Starbucks coconut syrup use real coconuts?

No, Starbucks Coconut syrup uses natural flavors.

Is Starbucks Coconut syrup healthy?

Yes, Starbucks Coconut syrup is healthy.

Does Starbucks coconut syrup go well with cold drinks?

Yes, it is excellent with Starbucks iced coffee.

Is Starbucks coconut syrup good?

Yes, it is good because it has a nice and unique taste.

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