Even though it doesn’t feel like fall in Old Town Pueblo, we still declare it “pumpkin spice season.” That’s right, bring us an all orange-tinged, nutmeg-dusted, pumpkin spiced, treat to please our basic pumpkin-shaped hearts. Consider this your local roundup of some essential pumpkin spice products you need to pick up this season.

We will update this article as drinks and desserts become available.

Best Peeves

210 n. Fourth Avenue.

The store on Fourth Avenue has a pumpkin-themed cold brew on the menu. Iced coffee topped with pumpkin spice and cold sweet cream.

For more information, follow Better Bevs on Instagram.

Better than judgements

Order online and at multiple locations

Better Than Provisions believes that you shouldn’t limit the enjoyment of pumpkin spice flavors to one season and we tend to agree. We think you’ll love our pumpkin spice granola as much as we do…all year round. Luxurious nuts with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. Yum!

Read our September 2022 article “Packaging Wellness: The Success of the Best of the Best.”

For more information, visit betterthanprovisions.com.

Black Crown Coffee Company

4024E. Speedway Blvd.

Are you “pumped for pumpkin?” Head to Pronto Cafe downtown because they have a Pumpkin Pie Latte topped with pumpkin-flavored whipped cream.

For more information, follow Black Crown Coffee on Instagram.

La Carte Café

150 N. Main street.

Here’s a refreshing drink you can try this fall (it also contains alcohol). It’s a Pumpkin Spice Smash – Old Forester bourbon, house-made pumpkin spice syrup, fresh orange juice, The Bitter Truth marmalade, and ginger beer.

For more information, follow Café a la C’art on Instagram.

Driving coffee times

3725 W. Ina Rd #120

What will happen? Pumpkin Chai Frappe, Pumpkin Pie Caramel Frappe, or Pumpkin Spice Frappe?

For more information, follow Coffee Times on Instagram.

Creamy coffee

3725 W. Ina Rd #120
Pumpkin latte (photo courtesy of Crema Coffee)

The northwest side café serves a Pumpkin Spice Latte, Pumpkin Spice Black Tea, and even a Cranberry Breeze Herbal Tea that will get you in the early holiday/Thanksgiving spirit.

For more information, follow Crema Coffee on Instagram.

db coffee business

267 S. Avenida del Convento #9

The café in the MSA Annex is currently preparing Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodles for the season. Get them while you have them!

For more information, follow Decibel Coffee is on Instagram.

Coffee five to oh

115 n. Church Street.

It’s officially Pumpkin Spice season at Five-To-Oh Coffee. Stop by next time you’re strolling downtown and see what kind of blends they can make for you.

For more information, follow Five to O Coffee on Instagram.

Gourmet Girls Gluten Free Bakery

5845 n. Oracle Road.
(Photo courtesy of Gourmet Girls)

There’s an entire showing of “Pumpkin Palooza” over at Gourmet Girls.

“Pumpkin everything! Pumpkin bread, pumpkin logs, pumpkin pie, chili (yes, that’s right), pumpkin muffins, pumpkin seed muffins… there’s no end to it,” said Susan Fulton of Gourmet Girls.

For more information, visit gourmetgirlsglutenfree.com.

Hillhouse Coffee

1060 S. Rd. Culp.

Until the winter menu debuts, Hillhouse Coffee is offering a Pumpkin Pie Latte, a Pumpkin Nut Latte, and a Pumpkin Spice CoffeeShake.

For more information, follow Hillhouse Coffee on Instagram.

Road Runner Coffee Company

Multiple locations

There are plenty of drinks to choose from on the menu but you have to try one of their pumpkin cheesecakes before they’re gone! They will be making them throughout the fall season.

For more information, follow Crema Coffee on Instagram.

Cowpea fermentation

103 N Park Avenue #101

The brewery and café currently serves a Pumpkin Spice Latte made with espresso, house-made pumpkin pie syrup and milk before topping it with whipped cream and cinnamon.

For more information, follow Screwbean Brewing on Instagram.

Tucson Coffee Cricket

5151E. Broadway Blvd. #145

Made with real pumpkin, maple syrup, spices and a syrup that “can’t be beat.” We’re talking about the Pumpkin Spice Latte at Tucson Coffee Cricket. You can also have it as a tea or frappe as well.

For more information, follow Tucson Coffee Cricket on Instagram.

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