The holidays are here, and so is the need for fall-flavored-everything. With Thanksgiving tomorrow and more holidays just around the corner, pumpkin and peppermint aromas are in the air, and the demand for fall-flavored drinks has hit our local spots. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up eight local (and tasty) beverages to try. 🍂
Hot Cider | Exile, 9 Anderson St., Ste. B. | This warm + cozy drink is a local cider with brandy, rum, and baking spices.
Toasted Marshmallow Latte | Modal, 813 Augusta St. | If you love some good s’mores, then try this toasted marshmallow latte from Modal.
Pumpkin Pie Latte | The Village Grind, 1258 Pendleton St. | If you need a little more caffeine, then we’d recommend picking up this pumpkin pie latte.
Pumpkin Pie Mylk | Southern Pressed Juicery, 2 W. Washington St. | If you’re less into sugar and prefer something on the healthier side, this drink is made with pumpkin, almonds, dates, purified water, agave nectar, cinnamon, vanilla extract, and grey sea salt.
Mega Apple Freakshake | Grill Marks, multiple locations | Pie and ice cream, but put it in a glass and drink it in milkshake form? Count us in.
Apple Cider Chai | Leopard Forest Coffee Co., 403 N. Poinsett Hwy., Ste. D, Travelers Rest | If you like a little sweet and a little spicy, say hi to this fall chai, made with apple cider, chai, and oat milk — delicious hot or iced.
Sake-It To Me | Juniper, 315 S. Main St. | Green apple cordial adds a fun fall twist to this gin drink made with junmai sake.