If you're someone who can't function until you've had your morning coffee fix and love nothing more than catching up with friends over a latte or cappuccino, you'll enjoy the opportunity to celebrate all things coffee-related on Monday 1 October - or International Coffee Day. We've rounded up some of the best new launches for coffee connoisseurs, from the new Nespresso flavours to try at home to the seasonal coffees available in chains like Costa and Starbucks.
Nespresso Master Origin Collection
Sample coffee from five incredible landscapes with the new Master Origin collection from Nespresso. From the mountains of Sumatra to the highland vales of Nicaragua, these new blends come from the finest coffee regions and feature a mix of traditional, new and adapted methods to produce five distinctive and original coffees.
Each of the Master Origin coffees can be enjoyed as an espresso or lungo and are available from Nespresso boutiques worldwide and online at Nespresso.com. Prices start from 39p per capsule.
Costa's Bonfire Spiced Drinks
Costa has launched a whole range of seasonal spiced drinks that are perfect for autumn, with notes of rich caramel toffee and smoky spices topped with crunchy caramel vermicelli. Available as a Primo sized latte or cold brew coffee, it will add an autumnal taste to your morning coffee.
Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte and Maple Latte
There's nothing new about the Pumpkin Spice Latte, but fans of the seasonal drink will be thrilled to learn that it is now available vegan, as well as in an iced latte or frappuccino. The coffee chain has also introduced Maple Lattes for 2018, made with espresso, a smoky maple flavour and milk.
Nescafé Gold seasonal coffees
If you're trying to save money but still want a taste of seasonal coffee shop-style drinks at home, you'll love the new range from Nescafé Gold. From gingerbread or toffee nut lattes to cool mint mochas and caramelised almond & vanilla latte, these sachets will make an indulgent drink and cost as little as £2 for eight.
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