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Starbucks Pumpkin Spice K-Cups and Frappuccinos Come to Grocery Stores

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Starbucks has announced the arrival of pumpkin spice K-Cups for your Keurig and chilled pumpkin spice Frappuccinos

The reign of the pumpkin spice king is upon us.

As the end of summer approaches, it’s only a few more weeks until the arrival of pumpkin spice season, where literally every junk food, coffee drink, and doughnut in sight will take on the iconic taste of fall.The king of pumpkin spice season is, of course, the Starbucks latte, affectionately known by fans as the PSL.

We’re a few weeks away from its return, but Starbucks has announced the arrival of pumpkin spice latte K-cups for your Keurig for $9.99 for a 10-pack. Also for the first time, you’ll be able to buy bottled versions of pumpkin spice Frappuccinos for $16.99 per 15-pack of 9.5-ounce bottles. Starbucks Via instant pumpkin spice lattes are also returning, as well as the bottled pumpkin spice iced espresso.

We know that bottled beverages can’t replace the addicting original pumpkin spice latte, so don’t worry: They should be arriving soon. Last year, we started seeing them in stores on Sept. 8, but fingers crossed that Labor Day announces the arrival of the cinnamon- and nutmeg-flavored treat.


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?


Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte collection is hitting grocery stores

Starbucks fans who love the Pumpkin Spice Latte can soon get their fix by visiting the nearest grocery store thanks to a new collection of products inspired by the flavor.

This news comes from the Starbucks blog, and the collection will consist of eight items, led by the Pumpkin Spice Creamer, which features pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg flavors and comes in a 28 ounce bottle for $4.99. (Prices quoted are suggested by the company, actual prices may vary.)

Pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee is also available in a light roast, with a 10 ounce bag selling for $9.99.

If K-Cups are more your style, then those are covered as well. There’s a pumpkin spice flavored ground coffee with a 10-count retailing for $9.99 or a 16-count for $12.99, or a PSL variety with a dash of creamy milk in a 6-count for $9.99 or a 9-count for $12.99.

There’s also a PSL for the VIA Instant variety, with a 5-count going for $5.49, and since cookies go great with a jolt of caffeine, pumpkin spice Cookie Straws come in a box of 20 for $6.99, which feature white chocolate with a hint of pumpkin spice inside a roller wafer cookie.

Starbucks adds Pumpkin Spice to its coffee creamer collection, photo provided by Starbucks

There are also two ready-to-drink items to finish out the collection in the Ready-To-Drink PSL, which blends milk and the familiar tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg with the addition of cloves espresso for an extra kick, coming in a 14-ounce bottle for $2.93.

If a single serving just isn’t enough, then there’s the Iced Espresso Classics PSL, which comes in a 40-ounce several-serving bottle for $4.99, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

While personally I think the Pumpkin Spice Latte itself can be a little overwhelming, the PSL Creamer seems like a good option to enliven homemade coffee, and the Iced Espresso bottle seems like the best deal.

The PSL was introduced in fall 2003, going nationwide a year later, and has since risen to become the chain’s best-selling seasonal drink according to Forbes (certainly more so than the Juniper Latte), possibly because of its status as a “basic” drink that promotes the nostalgia of pumpkin, which represents a spirit of perseverance, according to a history of pumpkin spice from Scientific American.

At present it isn’t quite known when these items will be available, but when they are, which item from the PSL collection are you interested in trying?



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