Starbucks Has a New Latte Flavor You’ll *Fall* For
Today marks the beginning of fall, which means you’re probably unpacking your coziest cardigans and pinning new crockpot recipes. Well, here’s another thing to make you giddy about the season: Starbucks has a new fall latte flavor (the first in four years, actually). The Toasted Graham Latte is hitting stores today, and it’s made with a combo of steamed milk, graham flavors, sweet cream and cinnamon graham crumbles. How on earth will you choose between this and your go-to pumpkin spice latte?
If you like the taste of cereal milk, then this drink is your jam. Starbucks beverage R+D manager Yoke Wong says her beverage creation was inspired by the leftover flavors in a breakfast bowl. It also channels a popular Italian flavor, Fior di Latte, which tastes like smooth vanilla crème.
As if this weren’t enough to get you in the fall spirit, Starbucks says it has released an autumn-inspired paper cup featuring colorful leaves and berries that looks like a page out of one of our favorite coloring books. We don’t know which is more exciting — this or the news that Starbucks’ order-ahead mobile app is now available nationwide.
(Photos via Starbucks)