Starbucks re-launches Pumpkin Spice Lattes for autumn 2020
It’s finally happened – Starbucks have announced that their iconic Pumpkin Spice Latte is back.
The seasonal drink will hit stores on September 25, says the coffee shop.
The beverage has taken the world by storm since it was first invented in 2003.
A whopping 424million Pumpkin Spice Lattes are sold worldwide.
It’s reported to be Starbucks’ most popular seasonal drink.
It’s described as a "scrumptious combination of Starbucks espresso roast, pumpkin pie flavoured sauce and steamed milk, topped with whipped cream and pumpkin pie spices”.
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So this autumnal hot drink is heavy on the cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves and makes us think of cosy nights in.
Prepare for the PSL to take over your Instagram in the coming weeks.
Starbucks also recently announced their new rewards programme.
You’ll get three “stars” for every £1 spent in store – 150 stars gets you a free drink.
Alex Rayner, general manager at Starbucks UK, said: "Starbucks Rewards has always been and will always be about appreciating our most loyal customers and the new Starbucks Rewards programme responds to the most frequent feedback we've received from members over the years – to earn Stars for what they spend rather than how often they visit.
He continued: “The new programme is part of a wider transformation we have underway to integrate the physical instore experience with digital innovation. "
“With Starbucks Rewards being hosted via our App, members can earn Rewards while also customising their beverage exactly to their taste, ordering ahead to skip the queue and paying contactlessly.
"When the programme goes live, current members of Starbucks Rewards will receive a prompt to update both the Starbucks UK App and their password. Existing members will not lose any Stars or previously earned benefits.
“Any free drink coupons already collected will be automatically migrated to the new programme and members' existing Stars will be automatically converted to reflect the changes."
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