The company has announced the introduction of its ready-to-drink PSL and its new PSL-flavored ground coffee.
Starbucks can be blamed or praised for, in part, starting the pumpkin spice craze, with its "handcrafted" pumpkin spiced lattes that re-appear each fall.
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Now, pumpkin spice has taken over the universe, and there are entire grocery store aisles (and also hairstyles) devoted to it. That's Pumpkin Spice Latte, for those who have lived under a rock for the last 10 years.
While there is no official release date on when the fan-favorite will return to Starbucks locations, the coffee giant did announce in a press release that two new PSL products will be hitting grocery store shelves nationwide in August. The suggested price is $2.79 for a 14-fluid-ounce bottle.
And despite the ironic twist that the PSL contains no actual pumpkin (like, what??) Starbucks isn't showing any signs that the obsession is winding down. The drink, made from arabica coffee with notes of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove spices, and creamy milk, has become the chain's top-selling seasonal beverage of all time. This way, you can still enjoy that pumpkin spice flavor but have much more control over what you add to your cup.
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