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Costa Autumn menu: The seasonal drinks and treats Costa has for Autumn 2020

Costa Coffee is a favoured pit stop for many Britons, with warming coffees, delicious sweet treats and filling toasties. As autumn sets in, many may be wondering which seasonal treats Costa has to offer. Express.co.uk has detailed what is available at Costa right now.

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Costa Autumn menu: Seasonal drinks and treats Costa has for Autumn 2020 (Image: GETTY/COSTA)

Drinks

Recently Costa has introduced a sweet honeycomb range in their hot and cold drinks.

For those after a caffeine boost, these are available in Honeycomb Iced Cappuccino, Honeycomb Iced Latte, Honeycomb Cappuccino and Honeycomb Latte Macchiato.

If you have more of a sweet tooth, the drink is also available in Costa’s Frostino range, Honeycomb Frostino with Light Dairy Swirl.

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Costa describes this as: “A beautifully golden luxurious drink with rich buttery honeycomb syrup and a swirl of Belgian chocolate sauce, topped with a deliciously light low-calorie topping to take your guilt away.”

Other flavoured drinks include the Caramel Cortado, Ruby Cocoa Hot Chocolate and Cream, and Chai Latte.

The Ruby Cocoa Hot Chocolate and Cream is a recent addition, and is described as: “A delicious and delightfully fruity, stunning rose-coloured hot chocolate made with Ruby cocoa beans and topped with a swirl of cream and red shimmer chocolate curls.”

A range of Frostinos is also available, in Salted Caramel & Cream, Mint Choc Chip, Belgian Chocolate and Strawberry and Cream.

Costa Autumn menu: Recently Costa has introduced a sweet honeycomb range in their hot and cold drinks (Image: COSTA)

Food

Costa has a range of toasties and sandwiches available, in a range of options for dietary requirements.

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One favoured dish is the Smoky Ham and CheeZe toasty, which is a vegan alternative to the traditional ham and cheese.

For a warming lunch, you can also opt for a tomato and basil soup, butternut squash risotto or mac and cheese.

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Looking at the sweet treats, Costa has Halloween in mind with the Walking Scary Bones Gingerbread, a novelty spooky gingerbread cookie with orange eyes.

Towards the more decadent side, you can opt for a Rolo muffin, which is a “chocolate muffin filled with an indulgent caramel sauce, topped with caramel icing and Mini Rolos.”

The Seriously Caramel and Hazlenut Cake is always a winner, as is the Banana and Pecan Loaf and Salted Caramel Brownie.

Express.co.uk will update this page with any other seasonal offerings revealed in the coming weeks.

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Costa Autumn menu: Unfortunately for fans of the Bonfire Spice drinks, Costa has confirmed it won’t be returning this year (Image: GETTY)

Costa Autumn menu: The coffee experts have opted not to release an autumn range this year (Image: GETTY)

Is the Bonfire Spice latte returning?

Unfortunately for fans of the Bonfire Spice drinks, Costa has confirmed it won’t be returning this year.

Responding to one customer asking after the drink on Instagram, Costa said: “Sadly it won’t be making a come back this year.”

This then sparked upset from fans of the spiced drink, with several Instagram users replying with crying faces.

One person said: “@costacoffee You just broke my heart” while another responded: “NOOO”.

Unfortunately for Costa fans, the coffee experts have opted not to release an autumn range this year. 

Fans of the seasonal drinks have been asking the coffee house on social media when autumn drinks will be released.

Replying to another customer on Instagram Costa said: “Hey, due to COVID, we’re not releasing an Autumn range this year, instead we will be continuing with our Honeycomb range.”

Source:Daily Express :: Life and Style Feed

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