It’s that time of the year again, when Costa releases its Christmas menu and the countdown to the festive season begins.
This year the coffee chain has included an Irish coffee flavoured range - although unfortunately it’s booze free.
Costa’s version of the classic drink will feature Irish velvet flavour in either a latte, cappuccino or hot chocolate, and apparently it tastes like ‘Christmas in a cup’.
The syrup has hints of caramel and vanilla and contains no whisky, so you won’t be able to get quite as merry as you would with a classic Irish coffee.
This new range will be available nationwide from November 1st to January 1st, and the drinks will set you back £3.30 for a regular.
You’ll also be able to get your hands on a festive spiced cappuccino, seasoned with cinnamon, nutmeg and star anise, which will set you back £2.85 for a regular.
And you’ll be pleased to know loads of the classics will be returning, like the black forest and cream hot chocolate, gingerbread hot chocolate and hazelnut praline hot chocolate.
When it comes to food, you’re going to want to try the Terry’s Chocolate Orange muffin, which comes with orange sauce, topped with a segment of the legendary chocolate on top - this bad boy will set you back £2.25 and is also out on November 1st.
As well as that, pigs in blankets mac and cheese is also returning for £3.95, and an incredible sounding turkey and the trimmings toastie, which will also set you back £3.95.