Love a pumpkin spice latte? Popular coffee syrup back in stock so you can get your fix at home
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Though not all of us have missed the office during the last few months of working from home, what we have definitely missed is our morning coffee shop caffeine hit.
As the leaves start to change colour and autumn rears it’s head once again, we’re craving the cosy spiced hot drinks that many high street coffee shops start offering.
The ultimate in cult cold-weather coffees is the pumpkin spiced latte. Which is why we couldn’t be more thrilled to have found a bottle of the syrup for sale on Amazon.
Monin Pumpkin Spice Coffee Syrup is about to make you feel like a barista.
Why we love it:
What’s not to love about adding a hit of autumnal warmth to your cuppa? Plus, you can use the syrup to flavour all sorts of other things, like desserts and even salad dressings.
What the reviews say:
Unsurprisingly, the most autumn-y of autumn products has already received hundreds of glowing reviews from coffee-lovers:
“This is a well-known syrup brand which is used by a lot of the coffee chains on the high street. It’s a good quality syrup and I enjoy most of the coffees I use this brand in, but this flavour Pumpkin Spice is just amazing.”
“10/10 will be saving a lot of money not getting £4 cups of coffee.”
“This is so well done as you have a smooth and gentle coffee flavour which gives you that lovely autumn spice that warms you... just a delight.”
“Absolutely love this syrup, especially seeing as pumpkin spice lattes are out of season in coffee shops, but this way I can have one all year round!”
“A real Christmassy flavour! Find I need only a splash of this, so the bottle lasts for ages, it's quite concentrated and too much can be overpowering - all personal taste, however.”
“I love Starbucks pumpkin spice latte and this is a great at home alternative.”