When you think of Fall, what comes to mind? The foliage? The cool weather? Football season? Well, for many, the first thing that pops into mind is the sacred pumpkin spice latte. One of the most popular drinks at chains around the country, embracing this Fall favorite here at Cupa Cabana is nothing new. Our specialty drink menu has a range of drinks for Fall festivities, and we’re happy to bring along everything you need for the perfect latte.

But as years pass, we find a select crowd is growing old of the pumpkin spice latte. So that’s where we come in! This week’s coffee blog post is about presenting an alternative to the pumpkin spice latte & different orders that will leave you with the same feelings of Fall.

We’ve brought together a few other popular options from cafes all over the east coast for you to enjoy. Is there a favorite on our list that you need to try out for yourself? Tag us on Instagram, and we’ll reshare your brave alternative to pumpkin spice.

Caramel Apple Spiced Latte

Alternatives to the Holy Pumpkin Spice Latte

Come on, a caramel apple latte is a must-try. The sweetness of apple and caramel combine for a creative combination that is perfect for the new season. Pumpkin spice, who?

White Chocolate Mocha

Alternatives to the Holy Pumpkin Spice Latte

If you follow our popular Reels, you know we dream of mocha. The satisfying sights of coffee melting into coffee are always breathtaking. Call us dramatic, but white chocolate mocha done right blows pumpkin spice right out of the coffee pot!

Chai Tea Latte

Alternatives to the Holy Pumpkin Spice Latte

Chai tea is nothing new, but its flavors are right up there with pumpkin spice. Even though you know we’re strict coffee lovers, chai tea hits the spot on a chilly Fall day.

Apple Cider

We’ve covered both lattes and tea, now let’s check out a less caffeinated option. Ciders have been all the rage within the past few years, and it’s no secret why! The crisp taste of apple cider is a Fall classic, on par with anything else you’ll find on the menu.

More Content from Cupa Cabana

Similar Posts