How to make pumpkin spice lattes (and more) at work - WA-2!

How to make pumpkin spice lattes (and more) at work

How to make pumpkin spice lattes (and more) at work

If you’re a fan of flavoured coffee and fall, you might be knee-deep in ‘pumpkin spice fever’. At this time of year, it’s easy to get your pumpkin fix at coffee shops--but what about long, cool days at work? One morning latte probably won’t be enough to satisfy your cravings throughout the day.

Here are three ways to make your office coffee even more delicious:


Pumpkin Syrups

Add a pumpkin essence to any brew with the pumpkin pie flavoured syrup from DaVinci. The best part about doing it yourself is that you can add as many pumps as you’d like! To get even more of the ‘pumpkin spice’ vibe, try adding nutmeg, cinnamon and milk.

However, if you’re tired of pumpkin already, DaVinci makes gingerbread, vanilla, hazelnut, caramel, almond and white chocolate syrups (and - shameless plug - WA-2! carries all of them).



Flavoured Coffee

Make sure your workplace (or desk) is well stocked with fall tastes. Java One makes a decadent french vanilla roast, and we also love their hazelnut option. More coffee providers are coming out with unique varieties, and even a subtle seasonal ‘surprise’ can change up your day enough to keep you going.


Seasonal Tea and Spiced Hot Chocolate

Chai is great for fall, with its perfect combination of exotic spices and a comforting finish that will warm even the chilliest of hearts (in the physical sense, of course).

For really special treat, try adding nutmeg and cinnamon to hot chocolate and surprise both yourself and your coworkers with something more exciting than average office coffee. You can make your own spice blend at home: just combine the following ingredients into a dry mix and store in an airtight container at work:

  • 3 tablespoons ground cinnamon
  • 2 teaspoons ground ginger
  • 2 teaspoons ground nutmeg
  • 1.5 teaspoons ground allspice
  • 1.5 teaspoons ground cloves

Do you have a recipe for a pumpkin spice drink or equally tasty seasonal alternative? Let us know in the comments below!

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