Pumpkin Spice Lattes Will Hit Starbucks Stores One Month Before Fall Starts

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Starbucks’ pumpkin spice lattes, known for their flavor full of warm fall spices, are set to hit coffee shops across the U.S. and Canada on Aug. 28, almost one month before fall starts.

The iconic latte will reappear at stores in the U.S. and Canada, a Starbucks spokesperson confirmed to The Daily Caller News Foundation. This is the beverage’s 15th anniversary, according to People magazine.

The latte is returning to stores earlier in 2018 compared to previous years — it debuted at Starbucks on Sept. 1 in 2017, according to TODAY. The earlier debut might help boost sales at Starbucks, according to “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer, CNBC reported.

“PSL is the most popular Starbucks seasonal beverage of all time, with 350 million+ sold since it was introduced in 2003. Made with real pumpkin, Starbucks espresso, steamed milk of your choice and warm fall spices,” the spokesperson told TheDCNF.

Starbucks sold 200 million pumpkin spice lattes in the first decade of the popular beverage’s debut, Fortune reported.

Starbucks also posted an announcement about the return of customers favorite fall beverage to Twitter.

The coffee brand also created a Facebook group called the “Leaf Rakers Society” made for fans to talk about their love for fall and the season’s staple beverage. (RELATED: Starbucks Ditching Plastic Straws)

The fall beverage will be available at Starbucks while supplies last.

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