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Costa unveils new bonfire-spiced drinks in time for autumn

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Costa's new autumn menu is here and it includes a bonfire spiced latte
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Costa has unveiled its autumn menu before its launch in stores next week.

The coffee chain is releasing some new drink options and 10 new snacks. Oh, and you may want to forget about the pumpkin spice latte because one even more autumn-y is coming (yes, it is possible).

New to the drinks menu is the bonfire-spiced range.

It features a latte which has hints of toffee and spices and comes topped with caramel and cinnamon.

Then, theres the bonfire-spiced hot chocolate, blended with bonfire syrup and spices.

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If you dont fancy a hot drink, you can also opt for a cold brew instead. It features the same recipe, but comes topped with whipped milk.

Of course, you can choose which milk is used within each drink so that everyone can enjoy them.

The food menu is going to include a bunch of new things.

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For those heading in for coffee and cake, theres going to be a new chocolate cake which comes with salted caramel and chocolate fudge icing, and a vegan sticky toffee and pecan cookie, filled with a sticky centre.

Those looking for savoury can buy new vegan and vegetarian lunch items such as a goats cheese and grilled pepper focaccia and vegetarian chilli con carne.

Picture: Costa Costa's new autumn menu is here and it includes a bonfire spiced latte
(Picture: Costa)

Gennaro Pelliccia, master of coffee at Costa said: After the scorching summer weve had, were ready to welcome autumn and all the flavours it brings.

Weve taken inspiration from this time of year to offer an exciting range and catered to a variety of dietary requirements to ensure there is something special for everyone.

The new range is set to hit Costa stores from Thursday 6 September, with lunch pots arriving in early October.

Heres to spamming Instagram with #BonfireSpicedLatte photos.

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