Back in 2016, McDonald’s launched its pumpkin spice latte nationwide for the first time since it introduced the drink in 2013. After the initial success, though, the company pulled back on the seasonal offering, only selling the latte in select markets during the fall season. This year, the regular pumpkin spice latte will be available in parts of Pennsylvania, Chicago, Phoenix, Seattle, and St. Louis. Unfortunately for McDonald’s fans, the pumpkin spice latte isn’t even the only seasonal item that is being sold in limited markets.
The chain’s seasonal pie — pumpkin and creme — also made its appearance in September, but only in select markets. That pie, which is a combination of vanilla cream and pumpkin pie filling, is being sold in 13 states across the U.S. The pie costs $1.29 and will only be available during a limited window before it’s time to make way for the winter season’s holiday pie. If you don’t live in a location that is offering pumpkin spice coffee but still need to get your fix, try a copycat McDonald’s pumpkin spice latte recipe. You can make the coffee as bold as you like and enjoy the drink hot or iced. The best part? You’ll save yourself some money, and you don’t have to go on a McDonald’s pumpkin-spice-themed treasure hunt.