GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Meteorological fall officially begins Sept. 1, and Dutch Bros Coffee is ready to celebrate.
The Oregon-based coffee chain said its fall drink menu is back at its shops beginning Friday.
On the autumn menu this year are the Caramel Pumpkin Brûlée, Sweater Weather Chai, and Pumpkin Pie Frost.
This year's fall items will be available at Dutch Bros through Oct. 31.
“Our customers love this season just as much as we do, so we’re excited to bring back some fan-favorites,” said Tana Davila, chief marketing officer at Dutch Bros. “At Dutch Bros, there’s something for everyone, especially this fall. This drink lineup features all the cozy flavors of the season, from White Coffee espresso to pumpkin, caramel and cinnamon, the options are truly endless and waiting for you at your local Dutch Bros!”
Caramel Pumpkin Brûlée
Can be ordered as a Breve, Cold Brew or Freeze (Dutch Bros’ blended coffee), featuring pumpkin and salted caramel flavors topped with Dutch Bros’ signature Soft Top, pumpkin drizzle and raw sugar sprinks.
Sweater Weather Chai
Features Dutch Bros Chai, a double shot of white coffee and white chocolate topped with Soft Top and cinnamon sprinks. It can be ordered hot or iced.
Pumpkin Pie Frost
Features pumpkin flavor in a frost (Dutch Bros’ version of a milkshake) and topped with whipped cream.
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