Pumpkin Spice Latte Everything! Essential Oil Diffuser Blend

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Pumpkin Spice Latte Everything!

Plant Therapy Pumpkin Spice Latte Diffuser Blend

Fall might not technically start until September 22nd, but with the sweltering summer heat starting to cool, it’s hard not to get a few steps ahead of the calendar and start planning out all your favorite fall DIY projects!

If you can’t wait any longer to enjoy one of the most quintessential aromas of fall – that delicious Starbucks-inspired pumpkin spice latte – then trust us, we feel your struggle! 

If you are already wishing your house could smell like the scrumptious aroma of a Pumpkin Pie Latte, you’re going to love this simple diffuser blend:

Pumpkin Spice Latte Diffuser Blend

Plant Therapy Pumpkin Spice Latte Diffuser Blend

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Add the Pumpkin Pie Fall Blend and Coffee Essential Oil to your diffuser and enjoy the delicious Pumpkin Pie Latte aroma!

Diffuse this blend or add it to infuse a little pumpkin spice latte smell into your favorite DIY projects. Please keep in mind that neither our Pumpkin Pie Fall Blend or Coffee Essential Oil are considered KidSafe. Therefore, please use caution around young children!

45 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Latte Everything!”

  1. This scent sounds sounds amazing! I have several small children in the house, so I will have to wait. Thank you for the warning and the explanation above. I appreciate your research. God bless you!

  2. I am so excited to try this! I should be receiving my pumpkin pie oil today, so as soon as I get that I’m trying this! I love the smell of the coffee oil and I love pretty much anything pumpkin! I also got them for my mom and I can’t wait to get them to her so she can try this one! Thanks so much!!

  3. Fall is my favorite time of year! I love the tastes and smells of fall 🙂 I just got my fall set in two days ago, and will definitely will be trying this blend out! Thank you.

  4. I was told by your aromatherapist that the pumpkin pie blend could NOT be used topically. I see this recipe is mixing it with coffee EO and saying to apply to wrists? Is this safe?

    1. Jan, thank you so much for bringing this to our attention! We have updated the post to remove that information about topical use. The Pumpkin Pie blend is not to be used topically.

    1. April, that’s a tough one. The oils in this blend that are not Kidsafe are important in achieving that pumpkin-spice aroma. I do not have a comparable blend that is kidsafe for this particular scent. We always try our best to create blends that are safe for the whole family, but there’s just some scents that cannot be achieved with only Kidsafe oils.

  5. I just got coffee a few weeks ago! I don’t have the pumpkin pie blend, but I’m sure I can find a few oils in my stash that create a similar aroma.

  6. When I received my Autumn Blends set Saturday, the first thing I did was make this in my diffuser. It definitely smells like Pumpkin Spiced Latte…WITHOUT THE CALORIES!!! Thanks for sharing!

  7. I saw this diffusing blend discussed on one of the IG Live videos and my interest was piqued. I’ve noticed Coffee several times when scrolling through the essential oils but never thought to consider adding it to my ever growing collection of oils. I will be buying the Fall blend trio so I think this will be the perfect opportunity to give Coffee a try. I’m looking forward to diffusing this blend!

      1. Christine, the oils in this recipe are not safe for children 10 and younger. As for the Coffee, the warm, inviting aroma of coffee essential oil can be used when you are feeling under the weather, to uplift ones mood. It can also be used as a deodorizer

  8. This sounds so good! I wish it was kid safe! Is coffee kid safe to diffuse? I know the Pumpkin spice isn’t because of the nutmeg.

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