Fall coffee to try this year

Red Kite’s Harvest Oat

This fall coffee and Red Kite has to be my personal winner. In this harvest blend, it has butternut, pumpkin spice, espresso, and milk. You taste every flavor equally and the espresso shines through. Not too much pumpkin and not too much coffee, it’s the perfect amount of sweet and warm. My one critique that may be a deal-breaker though, is the price. It is a little unreasonable, but if that doesn’t bother you then $6.50 shouldn’t.

Dunkin Donut’s Pumpkin Spice Latte

This is definitely the most affordable, Dunkin’s medium lattes and cappuccinos are just $2 from 2 pm-4 pm, and you get a lot for your money. At just $2 I was able to overlook the lack of coffee and appreciate the good flavors of pumpkin, espresso, vanilla, sweet cream, and cinnamon. I personally love the taste of coffee and with this drink, there is rarely any coffee taste, but if you love sweet coffee and you love a good deal this is perfect! 

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte

A classic staple of the fall is Starbuck’s Pumpkin Spice Latte, but personally, I think that they took the “pumpkin” a little too far. This drink’s ingredients include espresso, pumpkin, fall spices, and cream. If you like a strong pumpkin taste then you’ll love this drink. It has the perfect amount of coffee for people who aren’t huge on coffee, and of the four of these, it has the best presentation. 4.25

7 Brew’s Pumpkin Blondie

I know that a lot of people love 7 Brew, but for this drink, I was not a fan. It was super sweet and there was a very slight pumpkin taste. In this drink, there is espresso, cream, vanilla, caramel, and of course, pumpkin.  If you’re looking for a pumpkin-flavored coffee, this is not the one. It was almost like drinking ice cream which is great, but for the sake of coffee, it was not great. The price was a little higher than the Starbucks pumpkin spice latte but definitely better.