Starbucks Celebrates Fall Early With the Return of Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Available Now

Starbucks latte and cold brew atop a pile of pumpkins

Get out your sweaters, because fall is here.

Starting today, the fan-favorite pumpkin spice latte returns to Starbucks, and it's not alone. The coffee chain's full fall lineup is available in every U.S. location on Aug. 25.

The PSL, which has been an autumnal staple at Starbucks for 17 years, features the coffee chain's signature espresso and steamed milk blended with pumpkin pie spices, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. The drink is available in three ways — hot, iced, or blended.

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On top of the original pumpkin spice beverages, other seasonal treats are returning, including the salted caramel mocha, salted caramel mocha frappuccino, pumpkin cream cheese muffins, and pumpkin scones.

After major success last year, the pumpkin cream cold brew is also a mainstay on the fall menu. The beverage is made from Starbucks' signature cold brew that is sweetened with vanilla syrup, then topped with cold foam and a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spices.

The announcement of Starbucks' fall lineup comes a week after the chain introduced two new refreshing, summery drinks to the menu. If you're not quite ready to welcome the changing of the seasons, customers can now order the Kiwi Starfruit Refresher and the Star Drink. Both beverages launched in the U.S. after a successful test run in Canada earlier this summer.

Each drink features the same tropical flavors of kiwi and starfruit, but one has a slight twist. The Kiwi Starfruit Refresher is loaded with fresh kiwi pieces and starfruit-flavored juice over ice. To create the Star Drink, coconut milk is poured over the Kiwi Starfruit Refresher to make a creamier version.

It seems like August is the unofficial start of fall for food companies this year. Dunkin' transitioned their menu on Aug. 19, and Vive Hard Seltzer even decided to get in on the fun by releasing a pumpkin spice-flavored hard seltzer.

This story originally appeared on People.

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