Forget the PSL — this Caribou Coffee creation is our new fall obsession Flickr / koalababe2225
(Flickr / koalababe2225)

The seasonal drinks at Caribou Coffee are in a class of their own.

Remember the controversy over how Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte had no real pumpkin? (The coffeehouse chain has since remedied that issue.) Caribou Coffee makes a Pumpkin Pie Latte that, according to Brand Eating, “features a new clean label pumpkin sauce made with pumpkin puree, sugar, and brown sugar.”

Caribou Coffee also offers an autumn Pumpkin Mocha with a choice of white, dark or milk chocolate mixed in.

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And that’s not all!

The Minneapolis-based coffee chain’s newest fall treat is the Creme Brulee Boudino. Boudino is a type of Italian custard, and those rich, delicious flavors come through in this drink. Per Brand Eating:

“Caribou’s Creme Brulee Boudino includes caramel and vanilla mixed with espresso and steamed creamed milk. It comes topped with whipped cream, caramel sauce, and Caribou’s signature salt-sugar blend.”

Both the Creme Brulee Boudino and the Pumpkin Pie Latte can be served hot, iced or in Cooler version.

What’s your favorite seasonal coffee beverage?

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