For many people, the annual arrival of the pumpkin spice latte signifies the start of autumn.
Earlier this week, a manager at Starbucks, the brand credited with making the drink such a success, revealed that the popular drink might even arrive before summer is over.
Rumour has it the latte will be available from 27 August, but no official launch date has been announced yet.
Many brands have tried to jump on the pumpkin spice bandwagon, including Lush with its Sparkly Pumpkin bath bomb, but so far no products have managed to take the crown from the Starbucks PSL, as fans call it.
However, just a few days ago a new product was announced and its possible that this one could steal the spotlight.
Please welcome Pumpkin Spice Spam – the latest contender for hottest autumn trend of 2019.
The idea for the product started as a joke in 2017, when Spam posted a photo of a pumpkin spice-flavoured can on its Facebook page, and we guess someone mustve thought it was a good idea.
Just like its predecessor (which is loved and loathed in equal measure) the new Spam flavour has seen mixed reactions from people.
Some are horrified, while others are delighted.
If pumpkin spice spam is wrong I dont wanna be right.
— Dave in the Canal (@barnostormer) August 17, 2019
I do like some pumpkin spice stuff but think they go too nuts putting it on everything. Beer, coffee, ok. Spam, ewwww.
— Dianaliketheprincess (@DianaRMaj) August 17, 2019
Burger King is making tacos… Natural Light is making seltzers… spam is making pumpkin spice flavor… yall need to just stop.
— Kristen Beatty (@Kbskate) August 17, 2019
I get plenty of online spam. Making it pumpkin spice doesnt help.
— newswatcher (@AhrDenis) August 17, 2019
If youre jumping up and down with joy over the possibility of getting a new pumpkin spice product to obsess about, we have bad news.
Unfortunately the product is currently only available in the US, where it will launch on 23 September.