How to Make S'More Coffee

How to Make S'More Coffee

Jake Bonneman Jake Bonneman
3 minutes of coffee drinking

In this article, I’m going to show you exactly how to make s'more coffee. And I don't mean like when someone who thinks they're funny tells you to "go make me s'more coffee." I mean how to make coffee that tastes like a real s'more. With all the fixin's.

Who wouldn't love that?

Here's a way to enjoy a delicious seasonal craft coffee drink at home, without having to throw down the twelve bucks for it at a craft coffee shop.

Tip: If you want your s'more coffee experience to feel extra crafty, make this baby in a mason jar—it looks cool, and you'll feel cool drinking out of it. Just like how the lumberjacks drank their s'more flavored mochas back in the days when everyone threw axes and drank out of jars all the time.

I mean, I don't know if they did that. The thick glass from a mason jar just feels nice and cool on your lips, and makes everything taste just a little bit better. Anyway—let's get started:

How to Make S'More Coffee

So, first things first: If you want to do this right, you'll need some good quality coffee. None of that Folgers crap—this is serious business.

Not really, but use some good coffee for this.

Get you some coffee with some flavor notes of chocolate, macadamia, and caramelthat also happens to be the coffee with the most caffeine in the world.

I mean… you can use decaf if you want of course, but I don't know why you would.

What You Need:

  • Freshly brewed coffee

  • Graham cracker crumbs (or you can crush a graham cracker or two in a plastic bag).

  • Creamer to taste (your choice—but something truly "creamy" will give you a far more decadent dessert than say, skim milk)

  • Chocolate syrup (to taste—start with a little)

  • Marshmallow creme

  • (Optional) Ice Cubes for Iced S'more Coffee

  • (Optional) Creme brulee torch


  1. Drizzle some chocolate syrup into a heat-resistant glass or mason jar.

  2. (Optional) If making iced S'more coffee, add ice to the glass at this point.

  3. Add your creamer of choice to the glass.

  4. Carefully pour freshly brewed coffee into the glass. If coffee is hot, place a spoon into the glass or jar and slowly pour the coffee on it rather than the glass itself to be safe.

  5. Top with a dollop (or two or three) of marshmallow creme.

  6. (Optional) Carefully, gently toast the top of the marshmallow creme layer with creme brulee torch if you know what you're doing. If not—no worries, this is still going to taste friggin' incredible.

  7. Drizzle a little more chocolate syrup on top of the marshmallow creme layer.

  8. Sprinkle graham cracker crumbs on top.

It's pretty tough to beat s'mores flavored coffee. This is probably the best coffee drink you will ever have. Until the next time you make it, at least.

Make them for your friends and drink them around the fire pit this summer! All you need now is a good scary story to tell in the dark. Like that one about the yokel that accidentally unleashes a 200 year old troll that turns his dog, Rimshot, into a log. That one scared me stupid, if I'm being earnest.

Or, you know, you could just drink s'more coffee anytime you want because it's easy to make and delicious.

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