Feel the surge of Halloween spirit with quite possibly the most seasonally appropriate caffeinated beverage. Brought to you by Urban Grind, the pumpkin pie latte is flavored with pumpkin, vanilla, and cinnamon to bring those who relish it a taste of fall. Simply put, it’s a pumpkin pie, but in the form of a latte.
962 Marietta Street Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30318
Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Company is proud to release a new addition to its line of coffees this November. Rwandan in its origin and a medium-roast profile to boast, the Muharo morning offers a shift from the mainstream fall coffees with its creamy texture and a light melon acidity. It is, as described on the product, “a great all occasion brew.”
Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Company
352 S Atlanta St
Roswell, GA 30075-4943
Rated the coffee of the month by Atlanta Coffee Roasters, its creator, Highlander Grogg coalesces a toasty blend primarily composed of October-evoking spices and rum with hints of maple and chestnuts. And to those who enjoy coffee only secondarily for its sleep-diminishing benefits in lieu of the taste, a decaffeinated blend exists as well.
Atlanta Coffee Roasters
2205 Lavista Road Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30329-3917
Though possibly the most mainstream of all cafés, Starbucks is proud to offer this fall a new creation. The salted caramel mocha is an espresso blended with mocha sauce and underlying tones of toffee nuts, caramel, turbinado sugar, and sea salt that will give taste buds a new flavor to embrace – all without having to leave the comfort of the Clough Commons.
Don’t prefer seasonal variance? That’s okay, Octane Coffee Bar & Lounge, rated one of the top 10 coffee shops in the US by Bon Appétit, doesn’t either. Try any of their French-pressed coffees with homemade syrup to truly understand why some things are better kept simple.
Octane Coffee Bar& Lounge
1009 Marietta Street Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30318-5505