Dunkin’ Donuts has good news for anyone counting down the days to fall in anticipation of getting a pumpkin-spice latte fix.
The chain has announced that its pumpkin-spice latte will reappear for the fall season beginning Aug. 28. In addition, Dunkin’ will roll out new maple-pecan lattes and coffees.
Dunkin’ will also offer pumpkin-flavored K-Cups and several pumpkin-flavored foods, including one new item. According to a press release:
For a limited time, Dunkin’ Donuts is also offering new Pumpkin Cream Cheese Spread made with real pumpkin, bringing a favorite fall flavor to its classic rich and creamy cream cheese spread guests can enjoy on their favorite bagel variety.
Starbucks and McDonald’s — which both offered pumpkin-spice drinks last year — have yet to announce the rollout dates for their seasonal offerings.
If you just can’t wait, Starbucks has announced that later in the month, it will begin selling 14-ounce bottles of pumpkin-spice lattes in grocery stores for $2.79 each.
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