Autumn is here, which can only mean one thing – it’s time to bring back the pumpkin spice latte.
PSLs have become a fall favourite for millennials and coffee fans alike, with many choosing to treat their sweet-tooth with Starbucks’ original blend.
Starbucks first started developing the autumnal coffee back in 2003, but this year Greggs have decided to go head-to-head with Seattle’s number one coffee company.
Greggs have released their very own pumpkin spice lattes.
It’s the battle of the PSLs this autumn, with both companies releasing their versions of the seasonal classic on 6 September 2018.
The Greggs pumpkin spice latte contains a mixture of ground coffee, steamed milk and a sweet pumpkin-spice flavoured syrup.
It’s also topped with cream and a shortbread crumb, which sounds like a dream come true.
In terms of price, Greggs’ version is nearly a quid cheaper than the Starbucks classic, retailing at just £2.20 per cup.
As well as being healthier for your wallet, Greggs’ pumpkin spice latte also has less calories, coming in at 240 compared to Starbucks’ 383 calories.
Greggs gave away 100,000 cups to existing app users to promote the brand new beverage.
This year, Starbucks changed the ingredients to their fan-favourite pumpkin spice lattes in order to cater for their growing vegan fanbase.
Which one is better? May as well try them both and find out…