Move over, pumpkin spice! There’s a new kid in town: Autumn Spice Blend, our newest seasonal addition, is an artisanal nod to the coziest time of the year. This medium roast tastes like creamy milk chocolate, a touch of dried fruit, and a finish of mulling spices—cinnamon, nutmeg, clove—with a hint of vanilla bean. The rich, spicy flavors remind us of the best parts of the season: the changing leaves, Halloween costumes, taking our favorite sweaters out of storage… not to mention football (go hawks!). Pair this coffee with an apple cider donut and a puffy vest, and presto: you’ve got autumn in a mug.
Autumn Spice Blend was created exclusively for us by Broadcast Coffee, whose three Seattle cafes are known for their fantastic single origins, special seasonal drinks, and welcoming atmosphere. Autumn Spice is a blend of beans from Brazil, with a comforting, chocolate-peanut butter profile, and a sweet, spicy Peru. Coffees from Peru are known for being a little “wild” in flavor, but light-bodied and aromatic, and the cinnamon-dusted flavor in this one is just perfect. One sip of this cozy, spicy blend, and you’ll be embracing the season, one crunchy leaf at a time.
We say, save the pumpkin spice for your pie. Who needs spice flavoring when you can drink the real deal? Reserve a bag of our exclusive Autumn Spice Blend and join us in kicking off the fall season with style. With this rich medium roast of nutty chocolate, dried fruits, and kick of sweet baking spice, you may just “fall” in love with the fall, all over again. Cheers to your cozy morning!
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Nice light spice flavoring. Good with milk. Nothing to exceptional in the french press, should have tried some espresso, but used all the beans.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Had a kind of strange spice-like, grain taste to it. Couldn't place it. I liked the richness and boldness, but nothing particularly great about this coffee.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Lives up to its name. I primarily used this in a drip pot but it worked great in a french press too. Its richness with just a hint of spice on the back end really makes it a satisfying morning cup. I loved it.|