EMERYVILLE, Calif., U.S. — Peet’s Coffee announced its 2018 fall lineup influenced by the enchanting spices that mark the season. The handcrafted offerings include the debut of the Vanilla Cardamom Latte alongside returning fall favorites like the Vine & Walnut Blend, Pumpkin Latte, and Pumpkin Chai Latte.
Honoring Over Fifty Years of Coffee First
Peet’s invites coffeebar guests to put Coffee First™ with the return of its limited-edition, medium roast, Vine & Walnut Blend in honor of the very first Peet’s coffeebar established in Berkeley, California in 1966. The blend brings together exquisite coffees from Ethiopia, Burundi and Sumatra to create a fall blend flecked with forest aromatics, dry notes of mocca, and deep, syrupy plum.
Available starting 8/29/2018 and while supplies last, coffee enthusiasts can purchase the blend at participating Peet’s coffeebars, as well as at www.peets.com, for $18.95 USD per pound.
Peet’s Coffee: Discover Enchanting Spices
The following 2018 fall beverages, all handcrafted with hand-pulled espresso shots, are available across Peet’s coffeebars from 8/29/2018 to 11/1/2018:
- Vanilla Cardamom Latte ($4.40 – $5.70 USD): vanilla meets cardamom, the queen of spices, with hand-pulled espresso and freshly steamed milk.
- Pumpkin Latte ($3.90-$5.20 USD): hand-pulled espresso and steamed milk meet the indulgent richness of pumpkin pie, topped with a sprinkling of baking spices
- Pumpkin Chai ($4.05 – $5.35 USD): a fresh take on a fall classic with sweet, rich pumpkin and aromatic, spiced chai, topped with a sprinkling of baking spices
“We prize craft above all else at Peet’s, and we are always exploring unique ways to pull forward complex flavors from our coffee,” said Patrick Main, Senior R&D Manager, Peet’s Coffee.
“The Vanilla Cardamom Latte presents a warm but intensely aromatic taste that evokes fall in a surprising way. And, since the first Peet’s coffeebars also sold spices, we value any chance to honor our founder by integrating remarkable ingredients he once sold behind the register.”