Starbucks' pumpkin spice lattes are coming back next week

STARBUCKS’ Pumpkin Spice Latte is set to return to branches everywhere from next week.

The hot coffee drink is packed with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves flavours and topped with whipped cream, making it an indulgent treat for Brits to have.

And now Starbucks have confirmed is is coming back on September 25.

Starbucks describes the drink as a “scrumptious combination of Starbucks espresso roast, pumpkin pie flavoured sauce and steamed milk, topped with whipped cream and pumpkin pie spices.”

Last year, Starbucks launched cold versions of the autumn classic.

They included an iced pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin spice frappuccino and an iced pumpkin spice cold foam macchiato.

We’ve contacted Starbucks to see if they’ll be coming back this year too and how much all the range is and will update this article when we hear back.

Starbucks hasn’t published the nutritional information yet for the drinks, so we’ve contacted them to find it out.

In 2018, the “short” size of the pumpkin spice latte had 380 calories and 43.3g of sugar – more than the recommended 30g daily amount.

Prices started from £3.15 so customers can expect a figure in this range again for this year.

Starbucks is also relaunching its rewards programme.

People who sign up will get three stars for every £1 spent in-store on beverages, food, coffee at home products or merchandise in participating stores.

Members with 150 stars can get a free drink of their choice and people who earn 450 stars over a year reach gold level status.

Gold level members will be given treats such as free extra espresso shots, syrups and whipped cream, plus they can receive a free drink of their choice during their birthday month.

You can join for free by downloading Starbucks' app.

People who already are members of Starbucks' rewards programme will get a prompt to update their app and password with the new scheme.

Any previous stars collected won't be lost in the upgrade.

Meanwhile, Tesco has published a recipe of how to make your own version of the drink.

It contains real pumpkin puree, mixed spice and cinnamon to give it the real Autumnal taste.

They've said that with all the ingredients, it costs just 62p per portion.

Other shops have also revealed their Christmas menus, which include a combination of meat and sweet treats.

Iceland’s Christmas menu 2020 includes mini steak bakes, Chinese chicken balls and a sticky toffee forest log.

Asda’s Christmas food includes spicy pigs in blankets and reindeer crumpets.

Meanwhile, Gregg's festive bake will also be coming back again this year.

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