Christmas is creeping up on us faster than you can say mulled cider, and there are so many festive treats in store this year that it's hard to keep up. From beauty advent calendars, to the Aldi six-litre Prosecco bottle, to a very special Christmas Colin the Caterpillar, we're so very excited for winter.
And Starbucks is absolutely on it this year when it comes to seasonal beverages. There's a Phantom Frappuccino Halloween offering, a Pumpkin Spice Birthday Cake Latte and The Nightmare Before Christmas drinks - all of which are wonderful additions to their autumn menu.
But if you're not really after a spooky special, take a look at the wintery wonder that they're launching next month.
A new toasted marshmallow hot chocolate is on the cards and it sounds absolutely delicious. Think mocha sauce with a marshmallow syrup, topped with marshmallow flavoured whipped cream and finished with a caramelised sugar topping. Drool.
Prices range from £3.25 to £4.05 depending on size.
The full Christmas menu is yet to be announced, but last year customers enjoyed toffee nut, gingerbread and eggnog lattes - so here's to hoping that they make an appearance once again.
It is reported that the drinks will drop on 5th November, and will be available at Starbucks across the UK.
But if you're really keen and can't wait that long, it appears that you can actually order the sweet treat using the Starbucks app.
So what are you waiting for?
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