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This online tracker tells you when PSL season has finally arrived


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No need to waste a single additional byte of data Googling “When is the pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks available?” and then scanning the top hits for some intel. Thanks to one Brooklyn-based web developer, the answer to your spicy daily question is crystal clear.

Just open the page and you’ll see “not yet” plastered across the page in big, bright red, capitalized letters until the magical day actually arrives.

Patrick Johnson just proved his obsession with PSLs might be worse than yours. His just-released—and very important—new website tracks of the upcoming release for you. The concept of isitpumpkinspiceseason.com is simple: Just open the page and you’ll see “not yet” plastered across the page in big, bright red, capitalized letters until the magical day actually arrives.

According to the New York Post, the PSL is rumored to hit Starbucks on September 1 (the same day as last year), but, for now, all you can do is refresh this page like crazy. And if you simply can’t wait, whip up one yourself—with added health benefits included.

Fuel your pumpkin spice latte obsession with a natural deodorant that smells just like the festive fall drink. Not that obsessed with PSLs? Maybe just get one for your pet instead.