Starbucks vs. Espresso vs. Caffé Bene: Fall/Winter Drinks

By Kelli Walker

 

 

caffe-bene

 

Caffé Bene offers two drinks for the seasons: Vanilla Chai and the ordinary Pumpkin Spice Latte. The latter gives you the traditional fall feeling of warmth, while the former offers more of a winter feeling: a vanilla version of hot cocoa followed by whipped cream.

Both drinks are worth a try, but the Vanilla Chai is bound to become your favorite drink for this season.

 

 

starbucks

 

Starbucks offers three seasonal beverages that are definitely all home runs! Available both hot and cold, these drinks have packed the lines with customers eager to taste the delicious flavors of the fall/winter season.

With many options to choose from, it can easily be said that Starbucks has at least one new seasonal drink that will leave everyone wanting more.

 

 

espresso

 

Espresso Royale takes the cake the when it comes to drink variety for the fall-to-winter season. Seasonal drinks offered are the Pumpkin Spice Latte, Frosty Pumpkin Mocha, Caramel Pumpkin Latte, Spiced Apple Cider and Pumpkin Pie Chai. Most of these drinks are available as a mocha latte, but some are also offered as frappuccinos.

One drink in particular, the Apple Cider, is described as having a fresh and warm taste similar to warmed apple juice with a hint of cinnamon. These drinks may inspire you to try something new, like the Pumpkin Pie Chai or the previously mentioned Cider, something to remind you of a home away from home. Nevertheless, trying any one of these seasonal drinks will bring you warmth and happiness in every sip!

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