So, we’re officially in the final quarter of 2018, which means the year-end holidays will be here before you know it. Where did the year go?!
It’s also the beginning of autumn for a number of countries all over the world, and if you’re a Starbucks fan, you’ll know that it’s also the start of the Pumpkin Spice Latte (aka PSL) season.
Although this particular drink is usually served across Starbucks outlets in most Western countries, a lot of us Starbucks fans in Asia feel like we’re missing out on this yearly trend. I mean, since so many people online keep raving about it every year, we wanna know what the whole fuss is about and try it out for ourselves!
The Pumpkin Spice Latte is a comforting blend of espresso, vanilla, pumpkin spice (made up of cinnamon, nutmeg, and other spices), topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with more pumpkin spice. Perfect thing to warm you up in the cold or rainy weather!
Now, it looks like Starbucks has heard some of our cries, as they are introducing the famed PSL in Singapore and The Philippines for a limited time. While Singaporeans can already get their hands on this amazing drink, those in The Philippines need to be a little patient as the drink will officially be available in stores starting 25th October.
As for whether this famed latte will be brought over to our shores, WORLD OF BUZZ has already contacted Starbucks Malaysia and we’re currently waiting for their response, so stay tuned for more updates!
Have you tried Starbucks’ SPL yet by any chance?
Also read: 6 Secret Starbucks Drinks in Malaysia
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