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Pumpkin Spice Latte Fun Facts - PSL Trivia - Delish.com
Forget changing leaves, chilly temperatures or your frattiest guy friend putting his white jeans in hibernation—these days, nothing ushers in fall quite like the Pumpkin Spice Latte's return to cafe menus nationwide.
5 key facts about pumpkin spice mania
Here are interesting facts about the pumpkin craze that even PSL fanatics might not know.
THE 8 MOST RIDICULOUS PUMPKIN SPICE FLAVORED THINGS
Once upon a time, ordering a PSL wasn’t something you were victimized for. In fact, it wasn’t even called a PSL. It was just another flavored latte that made you feel like you were getting into the fall spirit while staying caffeinated AF. Basic bitches around the globe have taken the pumpkin spice industry to a new level that no one asked for, and we figured it was time to round up the most ridiculous pumpkin items of the season. Here’s the lineup:
BREAKING: PUMPKIN SPICE LATTES ARE LIKE, NOT GOOD FOR YOU
Bad news for those of you gorging your pores with pumpkin spice lattes at Starbucks this fall. Apparently this shit is like, really bad for you. Food blogger Vani Hari outlines all the disgusting shit in your pumpkin spice latte including but not limited to the fact that this drink has almost 400 calories in just a Grande. That's like the total daily calorie allowance for most of the sorority girls drinking them. Check out the chart for all the other gross shit being put in your drink. This is what happens when you stray from #54 iced coffee.
Pumpkin Spice Latte - Wikipedia
The Pumpkin Spice Latte is a coffee drink made with a mix of traditional fall spice flavors (cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove), steamed milk, and espresso, topped with whipped cream and pumpkin pie spice. Since 2015, it has also contained a small amount of pumpkin puree. The drink is offered by Starbucks and many other cafés on a seasonal basis, usually being introduced on the first of September—though in 2014 the drink was introduced a week earlier on August 25—and usually, depending on the store, will end sometime around the end of December.