The Starbucks #Pumpkin Spice Latte has been a latte flavor for more than a decade now, but the coffee chain giant recently surprised fans by making the flavor available in #Grocery Stores, Refinery29 reported.

According to the article, grocery stores around the country are welcoming #starbucks iconic drink blend beginning this month. The company makes available an 11-ounce bottle of the latte flavor.

Refinery29 stated that the Pumpkin Spice Latte contains very lightly roasted coffee with hints of nutmeg, cinnamon and pumpkin. The 11-ounce bottles are reportedly going to be sold for $9.99 for each bottle.

Buyers are advised to add a bit of sugar and cream to release the flavors within the bottle of Starbucks pumpkin-flavored latte, the report noted.

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The grocery store edition of this autumn-themed flavor will continue to be offered around until August and the following months.

Cold version

For latte lovers who want to experience a colder version, the coffee chain giant is also offering a chilled version of the same flavor around several grocery branches in the country. The chilled bottle is reportedly made of arabica coffee beans, clove, milk, nutmeg and cinnamon aside from the pumpkin blends.

Each chilled bottle reportedly will cost around $2.79. The company launched these products earlier than autumn this year.

Refinery29 continued that they are also launching various products on the line. These products include Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Caffe Latte K-Cup Pods.

Since 2003

According to Quartz, Starbucks has been selling the pumpkin flavored lattes in their outlets since 2003.

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It has been more than a decade that customers have become lovers of this taste. Eventually, the flavored drink has reportedly become part of America’s seasonal beverage culture since it has been associated with the autumn season.

Recently, the website reported that the company also offered another variety around grocery stores. The Seattle-based coffee chain company bottled its classic frappuccino beverage in 2016. These packages sold around retail outlets outside Starbucks are reportedly chipping in more than $1 billion a year in sales, the website cited a Euromonitor data.

Subsequently, the fall season is welcomed by many food manufacturing companies by launching and introducing pumpkin-flavored products, such as M&Ms, Krispy Kreme, Nutri-Grain and Nabisco, among many others.