The United States-based Peet's Coffee has announced the return of its limited-edition Vine & Walnut Blend among its fall line-up. Inspired by “the bounty of harvest season”, the new range also includes the debut of Honey Harvest Latte, and the return of Pumpkin Latte and Pumpkin Chai Latte. Peet’s Coffee says the medium-roast Vine & Walnut Blend celebrates its first coffee bar established in Berkeley, California in 1966. Bringing together coffees from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sumatra, and Java, the blend contains a profile of cherry and brown sugar warmed by pineapple and herbal notes. “For the third year in a row, we created an utterly unique blend of rare single-origins that together burst with the taste of a fall harvest,” says Doug Welsh, Roastmaster at Peet's Coffee. “We are especially excited by the Sumatra, a rare micro-lot of naturally processed long berry, that offers concentrated fruit, herbal, and brown sugar notes. The blend is a hearty, full-bodied bounty of flavours that enliven the gatherings and festivities of the season.” Peet’s Coffee calls Honey Harvest Latte a rich espresso and freshly steamed milk sweetened with a touch of honey and a wisp of house-made Lapsang Souchong syrup. “Our new Honey Harvest Latte showcases our Peet's handcrafted approach at its best,” says Patrick Main, Beverage Innovator at Peet's Coffee. “As summer turns to fall, beekeepers harvest honey from their hives, using pine smoke to calm the bees. The Peet's Honey Harvest Latte pays tribute to this practice with a warm honey sweetness and a subtle smokiness achieved by infusing a house-made simple syrup with pine-smoked Mighty Leaf Lapsang Souchong tea.” Vine & Walnut Blend is available until 31 October, while the rest of the range is on offer from 4 September to 5 November. For more information, visit www.peets.com Follow Global Coffee Report on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter for up-to-date news and analysis of the global coffee industry.