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You can now buy Starbucks pumpkin spice creamer to make your own PSL at home

Posted at 12:30 PM, Aug 08, 2019

Pumpkin spice season is nearly upon us once again, with Starbucks officially kicking it off with the return of their pumpkin spice lattes on Aug. 27. (Yes, friends, that is before Labor Day and nearly an entire month before fall officially begins!)

This year, however, you don’t have to wait in line to get your Starbucks pumpkin spice fix. For the first time ever, you can now buy Starbucks pumpkin spice creamer at your local grocery store and make a festive pumpkin spice latte in your own kitchen! Perhaps the best part of it is that it’s already on store shelves, so you can start pumpkin spice season, like, right now.


Along with the new pumpkin spice creamer, you’ll also be able to find K-Cups for your Keurig, ground coffee and treats like cookie straws. For the ultimate at-home pumpkin spice coffee experience, I suggest brewing a cup in your Keurig, then using the new creamer and adding a cookie straw on the side.


The pumpkin spice creamer is actually not the only one Starbucks is adding to store shelves. Inspired by other popular drinks on the menu, you can also now buy caramel, white chocolate mocha and cinnamon dolce creamers. The caramel is a must if your go-to drink is caramel macchiato, and the cinnamon dolce is obviously for those who love the cinnamon dolce latte. The white chocolate flavor can be used to make their white chocolate mocha latte.


Starbucks isn’t the only company with a pumpkin spice creamer. Coffee mate also has pumpkin spice creamer, and a maple latte creamer made with almond milk. Or, you can hang on to summer a bit longer with their toasted marshmallow mocha creamer.


Will you be buying Starbucks’ new coffee creamers to make a pumpkin spice latte at home?

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