Pumpkin Spice Has Gone Too Far

Pumpkin spice has become a staple for Autumn. Food and beverage companies start rolling out their pumpkin flavored drinks, desserts and anything imaginable. There have been a few great products using the name and flavor.

The pumpkin spice flavor is generally associated with foods that are considered sweet and warming, such as Starbuck’s infamous latte that started this obsession with the elusive origins of the spice called pumpkin. Simply Beyond has elevated this obsession by releasing the Pumpkin Spice Organic Spray-On Spice. No longer is there a need to buy normal powdered pumpkin spice at the grocery store or its individual spices of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice. One only needs to purchase a can of Spray-On Spice for $11 to achieve that always trendy pumpkin spice flavor.

Is it a great idea?

This product could possibly save time for those of us who are terrible or lazy at cooking and have accumulated other easy to use spray-on products like PAM Cooking Spray or Wilton Color Mist food color spray. The spray may act as a catalyst to challenge those who dare to experiment with out-of-box combinations.

What will most likely happen?

Now you can throw some pumpkin spice on anything you want to consume. Pumpkin flavored hot dogs? Spray it on. Pumpkin Spiced Ramen? Spray it on. Oh, you said you wanted to have a nice savory steak for dinner but did not get your daily Fall fix of pumpkin spice flavor today? Voila! A nice juicy pumpkin spice sirloin steak for your questionable enjoyment. All we can do now is wait for the product to become viral. It’s just a matter of time before we start seeing social media personalities and YouTubers getting their hands on this product to try out some questionable combinations.


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