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Martha Stewart Just Bared It All in Risqué Instagram to Show Her Love for Pumpkin Spice

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Martha Stewart is baring it all to celebrate pumpkin spice season and a brand new announcement from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. Taking to her Instagram page, the media icon and restaurateur shared a risqué video announcing that Green Mountain Coffee Roasters is going au naturale by ditching artificial ingredients for their rollout this season.

“I’m just enjoying the natural flavor of Pumpkin Spice from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. And nothing else, literally,” said Stewart. “Just look at this, a thing of natural beauty. No, no, no, not me. My Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Pumpkin Spice coffee. It’s made with natural flavors. That means they’ve stripped away the artificial and left nothing but goodness. What can I say? We have a lot in common.”

Those who have kept up with Stewart’s past comments about pumpkin spice likely recall that she was never incredibly fazed by the PSL craze. It’s clear that Stewart just needed a pumpkin spice drink that naturally tasted like the real thing.

 

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“Well, one thing was that Green Mountain Coffee Roasters started to make it in a very natural way,” she shared with Thrillist. “So it really tastes like pumpkin and it really tastes like spice. I can taste the various good flavors. This actually is very tasty.”

In addition to Pumpkin Spice, Green Mountain’s fall lineup will also include Maple Pecan and Dark Chocolate Hazelnut-flavored coffee. All three flavors will be available as K-Cup pods.

Given that the queen of cooking, entertaining, and decorating is now a pumpkin spice convert, we can only imagine who’s next.

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