Are you wondering what is vegan at Dutch Bros Coffee? We’re here to tell you what vegan options you can enjoy at Dutch Bros. The popular drive-thru coffee shop is vegan-friendly and has plenty of vegan options.
This bright blue coffee hut that started in Oregon in the early ’90s has cars lining up around the shopping complex (no location in Las Vegas is currently exempt from those lines) to get their hands on these sweet, caffeinated cups of vegan happiness.
If you’re looking for vegan-friendly coffee shops in Las Vegas, we’ve assembled our top picks just for you!
Let’s answer the question you’ve all been wondering, is Dutch Bros vegan-friendly?
Not only can you order a coffee with non-dairy options such as soy, almond or coconut milk, you can also add vegan-friendly flavors.
How do you know what is vegan at Dutch Bros?
That’s where things get tricky.
The posted Dutch Bros Coffee menu listed outside the window is very minimal. Luckily, our Bro-rista (yup, that’s what they’re called) was also vegan and gave us the rundown.
Lattes, Americanos and Cold Brews are fine with non-dairy milk.
Stay away from the Freezes and the Rebels.
If you prefer a blended drink, ask for a Carburetor — a blended frozen drink minus the pre-made Freeze mix (which includes dairy), for example.
Being new to the world of Dutch Bros, we asked our Bro-rista to suggest a few tasty options.
We tried the Nitro cold brew with dark chocolate and coconut milk, as well as an iced soy latte with chocolate macadamia nut.
In addition, we reached out to Dutch Bros Coffee to confirm our findings and they sent over a list of all of the non-vegan items at Dutch Bros (so, steer clear of the following add-ins when creating your deliciousness).
What’s not vegan at Dutch Bros?
- Dutch Chocolate blend
- Kick Me (half & half)
- Whipped cream
- White chocolate sauce
- Pumpkin sauce (seasonal)
- Hazelnut syrup
- English Toffee syrup
- Brown sugar cinnamon syrup
Finally, please confirm your options with your Bro-rista when ordering to make sure your order is entirely vegan … just to be safe.
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Kathryn Hartwig is a senior writer for Vegans, Baby. She decided to go vegan nearly a decade ago while searching for the perfect diet to compliment her role as a professional dancer. After experimenting with multitudes of fads, she Kat found a lifestyle that turned out to be more than a diet. She settled in Vegas with her husband/photographer Daniel, and puppy, Layla, after traveling the world on cruise ships and living in New York City. The family recently welcomed the birth of their first child, a true vegan baby.