Pumpkin Spice

As the leaves change color and the air turns crisp, there's one iconic flavor that signals the arrival of fall—pumpkin spice. This beloved seasoning blend has become synonymous with the season, being used in everything from lattes to pies, and filling our homes with its warm, comforting aroma.

What is Pumpkin Spice?

Pumpkin spice is a mixture of ground spices, typically including cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, and sometimes allspice. Its aromatic blend captures the essence of autumn and pairs perfectly with the earthy sweetness of pumpkin.

What can Harris Spice do For You?

Our dedicated Research and Development team is here to craft your custom pumpkin spice blends. We understand that each palate is unique, which is why we offer the extraordinary service of creating personalized pumpkin spice blends. Whether you prefer a more cinnamon-forward blend, a touch of nutmeg, or a hint of cloves, we have you covered.

Harris Spice is committed to quality. We source the finest ingredients from around the world to ensure that your custom spice blend is nothing less than exceptional. Getting your custom pumpkin spice blend from Harris Spice is a breeze. Simply reach out to our team, share your preferences, and let us work our magic. We'll create a blend that is perfect for you.

Culinary Use

Pumpkin spice is incredibly versatile in the kitchen. It can be used to enhance both sweet and savory dishes, but it truly shines in the realm of sweets.

Pumpkin Pie:

The quintessential pumpkin pie wouldn't be complete without a generous helping of pumpkin spice. It's the key ingredient that elevates the pie's flavor.

Pumpkin Spice Latte:

This coffeehouse creation combines espresso, steamed milk, and a dash of pumpkin spice for a warming and aromatic beverage.

Baked Goods:

Pumpkin spice takes center stage in an array of baked goods, from pumpkin spice muffins and scones to cookies and cakes.

Breakfast Delights:

Add a sprinkle of pumpkin spice to oatmeal, pancakes, or waffles for a cozy breakfast experience.

Savory Dishes:

Pumpkin spice can also be used in savory recipes, such as roasted vegetables, soups, and even spice rubs for meats like pork and chicken.

Health Benefits

Digestive Ease:

The spices in pumpkin spice, like ginger and cloves, offer digestive relief by soothing upset stomachs, easing indigestion, and reducing bloating.

"Spices like ginger and cloves in pumpkin spice offer digestive relief, while cinnamon boasts potent anti-inflammatory properties."


Cinnamon, a key ingredient, boasts potent anti-inflammatory properties, potentially aiding those with inflammatory conditions.

Antioxidant Boost:

Cloves, ginger, and nutmeg in pumpkin spice are packed with antioxidants, combating oxidative stress for overall well-being.

Immune Support:

Ginger, another spice in the mix is often associated with immune-boosting properties. It may help your body ward off common colds and illnesses.

Warming Sensation:

Pumpkin spice's cinnamon and cloves create a comforting, warming sensation in the body. This warmth can be perfect for chilly days and evenings.

Pumpkin Spice Craze

The popularity of pumpkin spice has grown beyond the kitchen. It has become a cultural phenomenon, inspiring a seasonal craze that extends to candles, air fresheners, and even beauty products. The pumpkin spice latte's annual return is a highly anticipated event, sparking excitement and celebrations among enthusiasts. Get in touch with our Research And Development team to create your own custom pumpkin spice blend.

So, as the days grow shorter, take a moment to savor the warm and comforting embrace of pumpkin spice. Whether it's in a steaming cup of coffee or a freshly baked pumpkin pie. Get in touch with our Research And Development team to create your own custom pumpkin spice blend.

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