The Weirdest Pumpkin Spice Products Of 2021

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Pumpkin spice is a common flavor during this time of the year, and obviously, Starbucks' pumpkin spice latte (also known as a PSL, which can be iced or hot) is the most popular way to enjoy it. However, there are also sweet treats like Pumpkin Pop-Tarts and Pumpkin Spice Twinkies, as noted by USA Today.

Some people are not fans of the spiced blend at all ("Will I have my Starbucks card revoked if I admit that I hate Pumpkin Spice," someone wrote), while others love to stock up on the new arrivals of the season (with tweets like, "I LOVE THIS WEATHERRRRR OMGGGGG PUMPKIN SPICE GOING THRU MY VEINSSSSSSSSS"). However, did you know in addition to coffees, coffee creamers, breakfast items, and desserts, there are pumpkin spice-flavored seltzers? What about pumpkin spice-scented toilet paper?

Yes, these are real products, and they are just a couple of the ones that belong on this list of the weirdest PSL-inspired items of the year.

There are masks, deodorant, and more that are pumpkin spice flavored

First up on the list of odd pumpkin spiced items is a limited edition variety pack that many have surely seen in ads, on social media, and at the store: Bud Light's Fall Flannel Seltzers, which include Toasted Marshmallow, Maple Pear, Apple Crisp, and, yes, Pumpkin Spice.

Next is an item that is cashing in on the most-seen accessory over the past nearly two years, and that would be the Harvest Pumpkin Spice Scented Mask. The product description on says it "enhances the mask-wearing requirements" and "assists in the dissipation of oral odors associated with face mask-wearing."

Moving into the bathroom, here are three toiletries that have this season flavor and/or scent. There is pumpkin spice toilet paper, and though, as aforementioned, many love PSLs, someone summed it up well by saying, "Save your money. With all the pumpkin spice stuff we eat and drink, your toilet paper is going to smell like that anyway." There is pumpkin spice latte deodorant, and when one Twitter user saw an ad for it, they said that "it has officially gone too far." There is even pumpkin spice toothpaste, to which a tweet responded, "I don't care. I just love pumpkin spice ... but don't give me cereal, toothpaste or haggis with it. I may have to slap you around."