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Best fall drinks

Kira Symmons

Arguably, the best part of fall are the warm and cozy drinks that come with it. After a summer of iced coffee, lemonade, and more cold drinks, people are ready to relax with these warm fan favorites. 

1. Pumpkin spice latte

Starting Aug. 30 the Starbucks hit, Pumpkin Spice Lattes are back for fall. Starting back in 2003 Starbucks started selling pumpkin spice lattes and has since sold over half a billion drinks in the Starbucks franchise alone. This drink is a fall classic.

2. Hot chocolate

Another fall classic is hot chocolate. Whether at a chilly football game in October or watching a movie under the blankets, you know hot chocolate is a perfect cure. Hot chocolates are a classic that you can purchase from practically any coffee shop, or make it at home in a rush. Hot chocolates are good all the way from fall until the warm spring weather comes in. 

3. Apple cider

Apple cider is commonly thought of during the fall and winter seasons, including around Halloween. Apple cider donuts are the perfect fall treat and can be made even better with warm or cold apple cider to go along with it. Apple cider can be drank cold, warm, and with rum or bourbon when of age. The variety of the drink helps make it the perfect drink for any fall occasion. 

4. Hot coffee

Summer is full of cold drinks and iced coffee is a summer staple. Coming over to the fall, as the heat waves quickly turn into long chilly days iced coffee isn’t as refreshing in the cold. The turn to hot coffee takes coffee from being a refreshing treat to a warming pick-me-up in the cold.  

5. Eggnog

Throughout the fall and holiday seasons, eggnog has become a fall and winter classic. There is nothing sweeter than hearing Christmas bells ring while sipping on a sweet cold eggnog. The cold weather and cozy blankets start the need for a cool eggnog in front of the hot fire. 

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