Ready or not, it's officially pumpkin season

By Death Wish Coffee — / Death Wish Coffee Blog

Out-of-the-box ideas for what to do with your pumpkins this year

By Angela Garrity, Guest blogger

Are you finding yourself down in the weeds with pumpkin things everywhere already? Ready or not, it’s officially pumpkin season.

Two lit pumpkin jack o'lanterns carved with scary faces sit on a dark table

Pumpkin harvesting has begun in North America and soon these ornamental gourds will set up shop in anticipation of their peak sales happening in October. Pumpkins and the like are critical items for fall decorating and entertaining. Be sure to pick your best pumpkin because the season is officially here.

Make this fall memorable and the possibly best one yet with ideas like this to get you geared up for sweater weather. Your secret is safe with us.

Perhaps instead of the traditional carving, you might be so inclined as to try something different this year such as the art of pumpkin flowering for the artsy type.

Perhaps the meticulousness and detail doesn’t especially speak to you and you’re more of a daredevil type of carver? Maybe slicing a pumpkin with a chainsaw is a better choice. 

Finally, this video from The Spangler Effect shows viewers how to create an exploding pumpkin. We love blowing things up in the name of science.

No matter how you cut it (see what we did there?) fans of all things fall are waiting to relish in their season. Just look at these amazing pumpkin carvings complied to help you get inspired to forge your own.

Now that we have your attention turning towards all things autumn, is there a better way to celebrate the season by falling under the spell of the limited release of our Cauldron-Aged Pumpkin Coffee? No matter how you brew it, the flavors that come in this bag will leave pumpkin lovers cackling with delight.

Leave the other artificially and chemically charged pumpkin spiced choices available to those who enjoy a taste of the overpriced mainstream – they aren’t roasting like this.

Related: How we make our Cauldron-Aged Pumpkin


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