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7-Eleven are now selling pumpkin spice slurpees – but would YOU try the controversial flavour? 


7-Eleven are selling limited-edition pumpkin spice slurpees – but would YOU try the controversial flavour?

  • 7-Eleven has launched a new limited-edition slurpee flavour in Australia 
  • The pumpkin spice slurpee was released nationally on October 15
  • But the new taste sensation has received mixed responses from customers 
  • Online some said they ‘can’t wait to try it’ while others say they won’t bother 
  • The slurpees can be bought for $1, $2 or $3 depending on the cup size 

International convenience chain store 7-Eleven has officially launched a limited-edition frozen pumpkin spice slurpee in Australia for summer.

The unique flavour was released in stores across the country on October 15, two weeks ahead of Halloween.

While the pumpkin spice latte was widely popular in previous years, the slurpee alternative has received a mixed response from customers on social media.

Each 7-Eleven slurpee can be bought for $1, $2 or $3 depending on the cup size.  

International convenience chain store 7-Eleven has officially launched a limited-edition frozen pumpkin spice slurpee in Australia for summer (pictured)

International convenience chain store 7-Eleven has officially launched a limited-edition frozen pumpkin spice slurpee in Australia for summer (pictured)

In America the spiced flavours are used to emulate the flavours of pumpkin pie during Thanksgiving, and offers a warm, gingery flavour. 

After the slurpee news was shared on Facebook, hundreds of customers openly shared their opinion and tagged friends.

‘I really don’t know how I feel about this,’ one person said.

‘Look what made it to Sydney!! Can’t wait for thanksgiving,’ another said.

‘Sounds nasty,’ a third added, but another disagreed and said: ‘I need to try it!’

While the pumpkin spice latte was widely popular in previous years, the slurpee alternative has received a mixed response from customers on social media

While the pumpkin spice latte was widely popular in previous years, the slurpee alternative has received a mixed response from customers on social media

There are currently more than 700 stores across Australia in Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and Western Australia

There are currently more than 700 stores across Australia in Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and Western Australia

A spokesperson for 7-Eleven said: ‘We’ve witnessed the hype that is all-things Pumpkin Spice in the US and have listened to the cry of Aussies in true 7-Eleven style.’

The pumpkin spice slurpee will only be available in stores nationally for a limited time.

There are currently more than 700 stores across Australia in Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and Western Australia.

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