Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte Returns To Singapore, Get It As Cold Brew Too
Food News

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte Returns To Singapore, Get It As Cold Brew Too

1st October 2021

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte is back for 2021

While we don’t have autumn in Singapore, it’s always a good time when we get to be #basic and get our hands on a Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte. The coffee giant is back this year with their fall favourite beverage, along with other seasonal options that you can try from today onwards, at Starbucks outlets islandwide.

starbucks pumpkin spice latte
Image credit: Starbucks

The Pumpkin Spice Latte is the obvious highlight. Priced from $7.60 for a tall latte, and from $8.20 for a tall frappuccino, this autumnal staple combines creamy pumpkin, notes of sweet spice, fresh milk, and a dash of coffee for a drink that gives you all the sweater weather feels.

starbucks Pumpkin spice cream cold brew
Image credit: Starbucks

Another favourite is the Pumpkin Spice Cream Cold Brew. Available from $7.20 as a regular cold brew, and $8.30 for a Nitro cold brew option, this beverage sees pumpkin-spiced foam (think bubble tea cheese foam but lighter), served over a cold brew coffee, sweetened with vanilla.

Plant-based whipped cream has also officially launched as a topping, making Starbucks more accessible to both dairy-intolerant and plant-based customers.

starbucks autumn drinks
Image credit: Starbucks

Amping up the inclusivity are their other fall-themed releases, all of which use plant-based milk and ingredients. The Almondmilk Honey Frappuccino (from $8.20) is one, starring a blend of bittersweet almond milk with floral honey and coffee for a rounded, not-too-sweet caffeine fix.

There’s also the Iced Oatmilk Cocoa Macchiato (from $7.50) for fans of chocolate and coffee, as well as the Oatmilk Honey Latte (from $7.60) for fans of milk-heavy drinks.

MILK Review: First Muslim-owned BBT Cafe With Flavours Such As Chendol And Strawberry Cream Cheese

For more sweet drinks, check out our MILK review, for a Muslim-owned bubble tea stall that sells Strawberry Cream Cheese and Chendol bubble tea. There is also our Tea Dough review, where we try out drinks from a bubble tea stall by an ex-air stewardess, with handmade peals in flavours such as pulut hitam.

Tea Dough Review: Ex-Air Stewardess Sells Bubble Tea With Handmade Pearls In Boon Lay

Feature image adapted from Starbucks

You Might Also Like