The Mickey Jack-O-Lanterns are out, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party has commenced, and that can only mean one thing, it’s time to bring out all things pumpkin spice. Starbucks has rolled out their line of fall drinks with two pumpkin spice specialties.
“Fall Season long”-SB you can enjoy a Pumpkin Spiced Latte which is espresso with steamed milk, and a flavor profile of pumpkin, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. It’s topped with whipped cream and pumpkin pie seasoning. Also they have a new pumpkin cream cold brew. It is their cold brew coffee topped with a pumpkin cream cold foam, sweetened with Vanilla syrup and dusted with pumpkin spice. This drink packs a punch, it is a bit stronger and has 185mg of caffeine. It’s definitely better if you mix it up first before taking that first gulp, trust me.
Another pumpkin spice drink worth noting is Joffery’s take on the pumpkin spice cold brew, it’s a pumpkin creme Brûlée. It tastes like pumpkin pie meets vanilla custard. It is sweet and strong. It cost $4.09 Or $4.69 with a flavor shot of caramel or Pumpkin Pie.
Not to be passed over is an Epcot Food and Wine Festival Chocolate Studio booth offering. Having tried all of these pumpkin spice concoctions this is by far my favorite! It’s a Twinings Pumpkin Chai Tea and Chocolate shake. It is delicious. The combination of the pumpkin and chocolate with that hint of chai is a surprisingly good blend of flavors. It is $5.00 but if you want you can make it an alcoholic drink for $11.00 they add caramel vodka to it.
There are great options all around the Parks and Disney springs to get your pumpkin spice fill. Follow Chip and Company for the latest season offerings.