I thought this would be a fun post to share my favorite seasonal Starbucks drinks! Any Starbucks lover can agree that their seasonal specialties are the best! I will be sharing my favorites from the fall and Holiday/Winter season! Call me crazy, but I drink cold drinks/iced coffee year round! I might not sip on the beverage while I’m outside, but I definitely still order them. My list of favorites is not in any particular order.
*Fun fact: I don’t like the pumpkin spiced latte lol I’m really not a fan of all the seasonally flavored pumpkin items. So that drink did not make the cut! These are all of my alternatives to having the infamous PSL.
Caramel Apple Spice
This drink is a hidden gem! A friend in college put me on to this drink and I immediately fell in love. Disclaimer: I love anything with caramel or salted caramel in it. This drink is a nice switch up when you don’t need all of the caffeine from your favorite coffee drink.
Chestnut Praline Latte (One of my favorite Starbucks drinks)
I cannot wait until the holiday drinks come back! I love this drink and think it is my favorite hot drink from Starbucks in general. This drink tastes like Christmas to me.
Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino
Like I said before–anything with caramel is an easy sell to me. Even when it is chilly outside, this is a nice treat to have as an afternoon pick-me-up. The mocha is really rich in this drink and I honestly think I taste that a bit more than the caramel, but it is delicious nonetheless!
Caramel Brulee Latte
My second favorite Latte! You really can’t go wrong with either this one or the Chestnut Praline Latte. But this one tastes like a nice fancy dessert.
Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate
Another great choice for when you want a hot beverage but you don’t want to do coffee. The caramel and the chocolate just go so well together!
What are your favorite Starbucks drinks? I’m always open to trying new things, so share yours below! It is starting to get chilly outside so if you want to check out my list of winter essentials, I have them linked here.