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4 brilliant Bonfire Night drinks (Updated)

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Guy Fawkes Night originates from the notorious Gunpowder Plot of 1605, that failed and was subsequently celebrated by means of light bonfires.

It has been part of the British annual customs since then, together with friends, families and local communities getting together and light a massive bonfire and setting off fireworks.

It is normally a chilly evening, with the bonfire in the distance providing some heat and light whilst everyone gets ready for the huge screen.

Below are a few bonfire inspired drinks recipes we’ve curated to help you and your visitors warm up.

Campfire S’Mores Latte

You’ll need

  • Double shot of Sweetbird S’mores Syrup
  • Double espresso
  • Hot chocolate powder
  • Foamed milk
  • Steamed milk
  • Mini marshmallows


  • Brew your espresso then add the shots S’mores of syrup to it
  • Pour in the berry into around 3/4 full
  • Insert a little quantity of hot chocolate powder to milk and foam (around 1/4 of per cup)
  • Add foamed milk to the very best
  • Finish with a layer of miniature marshmallows

Autumn Apple Latte

  1. 1 pump of Sweetbird Toffee Apple syrup
  2. 1 cup of Sweetbird French Vanilla g
  3. Double espresso
  4. Steamed milk


  • Blend the syrups using the freshly brewed espresso
  • Pour at the steamed milk
  • Hint: Finish off with a dusting of brown sugar and cinnamon
  • Honeycomb Hot Chocolate

A perfect pairing, this beverage is ideal for a cold winters evening, bonfire night, or even a night maintaining warm inside.

You Will Need

  • Sweet-bird Honeycomb Syrup
  • Hot Chocolate Mix
  • Chocolate Sprinkles
  • Milk


  • Quarter-fill a milk jug and add 1 scoop of Caffe Society Original Hot Chocolate
    Pour in 2 pumps of Sweet bird Honeycomb Syrup
    Froth the milk with all the steam wand till you’ve got a sleek, foamy consistency
    Pour into a major mug
    shirt with chocolate cubes and enjoy!


Cinnamon Latte

You’ll need

  1. Double pump of Sweet bird Cinnamon Syrup
  2. Double espresso
  3. Steamed milk


Add the syrup into the freshly brewed espresso
Pour at the steamed milk, and serve.

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