The Most Popular Pumpkin Spice Items in Each New England State

I’m not sure when the pumpkin spice craze first became a thing, but man, it kinda got out of control. There are so many things you can get that taste or smell like pumpkin spice. Like clockwork every fall, it all starts hitting store shelves. Did you know that there are pumpkin-scented tissues? Who asked for these?

Google Trends recently published a map showing the uniquely sought after pumpkin spice food and drink in each state. Leave it to Pennsylvania for choosing Pumpkin Spice Vodka and Oregon for choosing Pumpkin Spice White Russian. They are solid choices and I will join them every day for a drink.

In New England however, we have not been so creative. In fact, some of the choices for New England states are downright odd. It makes you wonder why in the world they are looking for these things.

So let’s take a look at the six New England states and see which one has the weirdest looking pumpkin spice products.


Mainers love their creamer, I guess, but I’ve always wondered, as a non-coffee drinker, do people choose pumpkin spice creamer, pumpkin spice coffee, or do they double and do they get both?


The same question applies to New Hampshire. Pumpkin Spice Bagels, Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese, or both?




Hello Massachusetts! Maine would like to introduce Pumpkin Spice Cream.


Oh you crazy Connecticut residents. Is this what you really want? The rest of New England thinks you should secede and be part of New York for that kind of thinking.


It is acceptable. You might as well double Rhode Island and add some mini pumpkin spice marshmallows.

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