First of all, can we talk about how adorable these cans are?! I’ve said it before, but I’m a total sucker for branding which has proved awful for my bank account. Now, onto the taste. I can maybe see how this hard coffee would turn someone off, so let me just say this: If you have mixed feelings about pumpkin spice, do not buy this. The main notes I tasted were cinnamon, maple, and brown sugar and it’s definitely spice-forward (but not overly sweet). I do wish I could taste more of the coffee and, at first, the seltzer of it all threw me off. I did like it the more I drank it, though. Think of it as having the flavor of a stout with the lightness of a seltzer.
It didn’t get as foamy as the pour on the box showed, but I actually think the small bit of microfoam worked better for this than a heavy beer-like foam. It kind of resembled an espresso martini in that sense.
Overall Rating: 7.5/10 — I really enjoyed this and found it to be a unique take on boozy coffee, although I don’t think I could drink more than one. If the coffee flavor came through more, I’d bump this up but I still loved the sweetness and warm spices.