The pumpkin spice menu will hit stores on August 19, 2020.

If you were looking forward to the return of pumpkin spice this fall, you won’t have to wait very long. Dunkin’ Donuts has announced it will introduce its line of pumpkin spice drinks, donuts, and breakfast snacks it just one week on Wednesday, August 19. The lineup includes traditional pumpkin spice coffee drinks along with some newly imagined “snacks” that can be enjoyed at breakfast or all day long. Pumpkin spice coffee and K-cups will also be available for sale.

Pumpkin spice products have been making their annual debut earlier and earlier each year, and Dunkin’ wanted to be the first to bring it back for 2020.

“This is one of the most anticipated times of the year for Dunkin’ guests, and we’re excited to make pumpkin favorites available at Dunkin’ restaurants earlier than ever,” said Jill Nelson, Vice President, Marketing Strategy at Dunkin’. “This year, we have an especially robust menu of new products with something for everyone – from craveable bakery items to snacks and sandwiches that pair perfectly with our seasonal lattes and coffees. No one does fall flavor better than Dunkin’.”

Dunkin’s fall line of pumpkin drinks includes pumpkin-flavored coffee, a new pumpkin chai latte, and the popular pumpkin spice latte, served iced or hot. Apple cider donuts and munchkins are returning along with the traditional pumpkin donut, munchkins, and pumpkin streusel muffins. 

Dunkin' fall snack

Dunkin' new fall snackin' lineup, courtesy Dunkin'

This year’s new snack choices include warm stuffed mini bagels, which are bagel rounds stuffed with cream cheese (available in plain or everything). Dunkin’s rollups are getting a new addition, too: steak. American cheese and steak are wrapped in flour tortillas for a hearty snack any time of the day. Finally, Snackin’ Bacon gets a makeover for fall with a sweet maple sugar seasoning. The pumpkin spice menu items are typically available through November.

What do you think? Are you ready for fall? Ready for pumpkin spice? Tell us in the comments!