Halloween is just around the corner, which means we’re already steadily drinking pumpkin spice lattes every day and watching horror movies.
There’s no shortage of Halloween-themed foods on store shelves and restaurant menus, but sometimes people forget about the variety of drinks you can buy outside of the iconic PSL.
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We’ve gathered up 10 Halloween-themed drinks you should try this fall season. You can get some at home and some at restaurants, but they’re all equally delicious.
Pumpkin cold brew at Dunkin’
If you’re a diehard Dunkin’ fan, you already know about this clutch menu item. The pumpkin cold brew is downright delicious, and dare we say it’s better than a pumpkin spice latte. It’s refreshing, full of flavor and you can add whatever creamer you want to make it even better. Dunkin’ has no shortage of pumpkin-flavored drinks however you like them, so it’s definitely a must-stop if even just for the seasonal blink-182 pun.
Pumking whiskey from Southern Tier
You can’t celebrate Halloween this year without this. Southern Tier is known for their seasonal Pumking imperial pumpkin ale, but now they’ve added a pumpkin whiskey that‘s just to-die-for. Whether you drink it straight or mix up a cocktail, you’re going to love it either way. You can order it online or find it in stores.
Screaming Red Zombie at Red Robin
Screaming Red Zombie from Red Robin. Yummy~ pic.twitter.com/HfELtNgtKi
— Lizeth Martinez (@Lizzanpower) May 11, 2013
If you’re craving a burger, you might as well stop by Red Robin and wash it down with this devilishly delicious drink. This dine-in only cocktail contains rum, sour mix, orange juice and grenadine, and it looks just as creepy as it sounds.
Chocolate pumpkin frappe from Starbucks
While this isn’t on the original menu, this secret menu item just makes a slight adjustment to Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Crème Frappuccino, so you don’t have to be embarrassed about asking. You just add mocha drizzle in the cup and pumpkin sauce drizzle on top, per Instagram user @technopenguin.
Sparkling caramel apple cider from Aldi
If you’re looking for something totally different, check out this caramel apple sparkling cider at Aldi grocery stores. It’s also available in a pumpkin flavor. You can drink it straight-up or use it in a cocktail or mocktail for an added fall flavor punch.
Swiss Miss Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate
If you’re not a coffee or a tea person, try adding this Swiss Miss pumpkin spice hot chocolate to your day. It’s a bit different than your usual hot chocolate but in the best way possible.
Pumpkin pie latte at Cracker Barrel
If you find yourself craving some country breakfast, order Cracker Barrel, and don’t forget to add one of these delicious pumpkin pie lattes. This adorable drink will give you that much-needed caffeine boost while also giving you a hug on the inside.
Rotten Apple Punch at Disney theme parks
Disney always rolls out a Halloween-themed menu that makes us want to buy a ticket to the park immediately. And while 2020 is definitely strange, this year is no different. This punch features Angry Orchard hard cider, Fireball Cinnamon Whisky, Monin apple syrup, Sprite and plenty of candy for a cinnamon apple bomb that you’ll definitely be feeling after a few sips.
Samual Adams OctoberFest beer
If you’re a beer person, you can’t miss out on Sam Adams’ limited edition OctoberFest beer. It tastes like fall in a glass and will be your new go-to until November.
Pumpkin Spice coffee creamer
And if you’re just not into the pumpkin spice coffee at Starbucks or Dunkin, just make some at home. Coffeemate makes a delicious pumpkin spice creamer that you can find at nearly any grocery store. You can even get experimental and make your own using a recipe like this one.