Starbucks Fall 2021 Has Some Changes

We may still be experiencing warm weather that goes with the end of the summer months, it is never too soon to begin looking forward to the fall season.

Starbucks is one company that starts the fall season in August, and as with those years before, this year will prove to be no different.

In a recent report from Taste of Home, the 2021 menu for Starbucks for this coming fall was leaked online.  And it is accurate there are going to be a lot of unhappy coffee drinkers.

Keeping in mind that Starbucks has not made any announcements about their official fall line-up, the linked information indicates that the new fall offerings will have an official rollout date of August 24th.

Several iconic favorites look to be returning—with the noticeably absent major favorite.

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Do not panic!  The pumpkin-based favorites will still reign supreme—Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Pumpkin Scones, Pumpkin Bread, and Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins.

Now that we have that worry out of the way, it is time to break the bad news—Starbuck’s famous Salted Caramel Mocha will not be turning for fall 2021.

However, to help ease the pain, Starbucks will be introducing a new, non-pumpkin-based flavor for fall.  Those who proclaim themselves pumpkin-haters will be rejoicing with the addition of the Apple Crisp Macchiato.

Reports indicate that the Apple Crisp Macchiato will taste similar to the Caramel Macchiato.  However, with this version, there will be the addition of their all-new syrup in the flavor of apple-brown sugar and the addition of a spiced apple-flavored drizzle.

With all things considered, losing one flavor choice and gaining another is not all that bad.  Let’s be honest. As long as we have pumpkin spice choices, all is well with the world.