10 Coffee Drinks to Try in Bend and Central Oregon

Drip coffee is cool, but have you ever tried one of the following specialty coffees from Central Oregon cafés and restaurants? Try one of these 10 Bend area coffee drinks!


1. Cardamom Sea Salt Latté, Jackson’s Corner

Jackson’s Corner might be one of the most popular spots to grab breakfast in Bend. Whether you’re walking to their Westside location from an AirBnB on the weekends, or cruising to their Eastside location during the week, the cardamom and sea salt latté is the perfect blend of salty, sweet, and herbaceous!

Open daily from 7 am – 9 pm at both Eastside and Westside locations
845 NW Delaware Ave, Bend – West
1500 NE Cushing Dr, Bend – East

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2. Lemon Cream Latté, Lone Pine Coffee Roasters

Cup of coffee in Bend Oregon

Yes, you heard that right. Lemon cream! This luxurious latté is made with lemon flavor, half-and-half, and served with a ‘fairy dust’ topping. It could just be one of the richest coffee drinks in Bend! You have to try it to believe it.

Open daily from 6 am – 5 pm at both Eastside and Westside locations
910 NW Harriman Ste 150, Bend – West
1462 NE Cushing Drive Ste 160, Bend – East

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3. Vanilla Maple Latté, Megaphone Coffee

Vanilla Maple latte being steamed at Megaphone Coffee in Bend
Courtesy Megaphone Coffee Co.

Vanilla latté, but make it extra cozy. That’s how this drink from Megaphone Coffee Co. feels, like a warm hug wrapped in a cozy scarf (remember hugs?).

Open daily from 7 am – 1 pm
1009 NW Galveston Ave, Bend

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4. Mexican Mocha, Thump Coffee

Thump has been making some of Bend’s best coffee and coffee drinks since 2007. A kick of cinnamon gives this mocha a hint of spice that every palate can appreciate. Try it with coconut milk!

Open daily, hours vary
25 NW Minnesota Ave, Bend
549 NW York Dr. #200, Bend

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5. Matcha Latté, Palate a Coffee Bar

Matcha latte with Mizubu at Palate coffee bar in Bend

Mizuba Matcha is delicately whisked into your steamed milk of choice. Add cinnamon and turmeric for an even more dimensional beverage!

Open daily from 7 am – 2 pm
643 NW Colorado Ave, Bend

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6. Black Sesame Milk Latté, Still Vibrato

You haven’t experienced a truly luxurious latté until you’ve tried Still Vibrato’s house-made black sesame milk. It gives nut milk a run for its money—but not you! Add this specialty milk for just $1.

Open daily from 6:30 am – 4 pm
210 SW Century Dr, Bend (first level of The Hixon apartments)

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7. House Chai, Backporch Coffee Roasters

Chai Spice is a delicate blend of ginger, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, pepper, and often other spices like cardamom—and Backporch has this one down to a science! Try it with oat milk.

Hours and locations vary
706 NE Greenwood ave, #140, Bend – East
550 NW Franklin st, #168, Bend – Downtown

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8. Frozen Charcoal Mocha, Kennedy’s Coffee House

This is NOT your Mama’s mocha! Activated charcoal gives this mocha its distinct and deep color, and it tastes great, too!

Hours vary
1444 NW College Way #3, Bend

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9. Rose Chai, The Pantry

Metolius Chai is infused with a sweet, floral rose blend. Plus, they make their own almond-cashew milk that adds a delicate creaminess to this Newport ave. walk-up coffee bar!

Open Tuesday through Sunday 8 am – 4 pm
1124 NW Newport Ave, Bend

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10. Honeycomb Latté, Honey and Pine Coffee Company

The drive-up coffee company’s signature coffee drink is perfectly sweetened with one of nature’s best sweeteners. Grab a donut with this drink, you won’t regret it!

Open weekdays 6 am – 6 pm; weekends 7 am – 4 pm



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