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This New Pumpkin Maple Cappuccino Is Arriving Just In Time For Fall

Autumn has never been sweeter!

The beloved Pumpkin Spice Latte is officially back on Starbucks’ menu for fall 2019. But if you’re looking for something a bit different, you might want to head to your local Pilot Flying J for their newest drink — Pumpkin Maple Cappuccino!

No doubt this will satisfy your pumpkin craving. But even if you’re not all about pumpkin, the hint of maple is sure to hit the spot.

You can grab the new pumpkin maple cappuccino beginning Sept. 1 while supplies last at more than 550 participating Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers across the U.S. Prices start at $1.59.

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If you’re not a pumpkin fan at all, Pilot Flying J also has a new Cinnamon Spice Cold Brew just in time for sweater weather. The travel center says the five-ingredient, all-natural flavored coffee is brewed longer, resulting in a sweeter, rich taste that doesn’t come with bitterness.

Consumer demand for cold coffee has been soaring and is expected to last even beyond the summer months. Not only that but the new cinnamon spice cold brew is part of a growing trend of cinnamon beverages this season. This particular drink is available at over 450 participating locations for $2.19.

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The travel center’s pumpkin pie creamer and syrup will also return to stores in September, so you can add even more of a pumpkin boost.

If you don’t have a Pilot Flying J near you, you can obviously go to Starbucks for your pumpkin needs, or Peet’s Coffee, which will have a pumpkin chai latte beginning Sept. 4.

If you’d rather stay home, you can also buy a variety of fall creamers at grocery stores nationwide and become your own barista right at home. Starbucks just released a new line that includes not only pumpkin spice, but also caramel, white chocolate mocha and cinnamon dolce creamers. And hitting shelves in September, CoffeeMate also has their own pumpkin spice creamer and a maple creamer made with almond milk, so you could even try to make the pumpkin maple cappuccino yourself!

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Will you be trying Pilot Flying J’s new Pumpkin Maple Cappuccino?

This story originally appeared on Simplemost.