Starbucks Unveils New Pumpkin Spice Offerings for Fall 2019
Is it just us, or did you notice a major drop in temperature right now? As kids are heading back to school, Starbucks is celebrating the first day of fall way ahead of schedule, by unveiling its iconic Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte 2019 edition. This season, the classic autumn beverage is even going to have new limited edition options to enjoy – and spice up your Instagram feed with.
The classic Pumpkin Spice Latte joined Starbucks’ menu back in 2003, and features a comforting blend of espresso with steamed milk, real pumpkin, cinnamon spice, nutmeg, and clove. It can be topped with whipped cream and additional pumpkin pie-flavored spices, and served up piping hot, iced, or as a blended Frappuccino.
This year, a special Starbucks Pumpkin Spiced Latte for 2019 is made with the brand’s popular Cold Brew, with added vanilla, pumpkin cream cold foam, and the pumpkin pie spice topping.
It’s official. PSL returns 8/27! pic.twitter.com/8l1pAfBNQe
— Starbucks News (@Starbucksnews) August 20, 2019
Clearly the coffee shop is on a roll with its new cold brew additions. This early fall-perfect offering comes in addition to the recently-unveiled Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew, a nitrogen-infused frothy blend that results in a “velvety-smooth coffee with a subtly sweet flavor and a rich, creamy head of foam,” according to the brand.
If you’re craving even more delightful indulgences this autumn, it should also be noted that Starbucks is adding the Salted Caramel Mocha blend back to the menu, which is crafted with mocha and toffee nut, topped with whipped cream, caramel drizzle, and sea salt sugar.
Taking the PSL craze to the next level, Starbucks is also offering some thematic snacks and pastries, including the delectable Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffin, pumpkin scones, and pumpkin spice madeleines – all of which will satisfy your hunger.
The Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte 2019 season kicks off at all stores in across the United States and Canada starting on August 27.
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