Celebrate fall with Jazzman’s fall flavors

By Lauren Perry and Annaliese Rizzo

With the leaves changing and weather cooling down, Jazzman’s coffee shops at the University of Findlay now offer their fall flavors.

Seasonal specials available at Jazzman’s include combinations of pumpkin, vanilla, caramel and even a chocolate covered pretzel drink.

Jazzman’s employee Libbie Daboiko explained that some of the different flavors are created by the associates. She also noted that she has been working at Jazzman’s for 13 years and has come up with a lot of the drink ideas.

“Some of the drinks are made up by Jazzman’s as a corporate thing,” Daboiko said. “Other ones we just come up with our own things based on what flavors we have.”

Jazzman also does other features for the different seasons.

“We have back-to-school, fall, winter, late winter drinks and then some spring drinks,” Daboiko said.

Daboiko stated some of her favorite drinks from Jazzman’s are the winter specials, including peppermint mocha and red tuxedo, which is brought back around Valentine’s Day.

The new drink flavors are starting to make a buzz around campus. UF student Walker Elliott expressed his excitement for the returning combinations, as he goes to Jazzman’s typically twice a week.

“I’m very excited for them,” Elliot said.

His current favorite being the pumpkin caramel latte. Elliott also said that he would like to see more vanilla and pumpkin flavors.

These flavors appear to be approved by the student body. They are also anticipated to bring in more business for the coffee spot.

“I think there’ll be more business at Jazzman’s, especially with the fall drinks coming out,” Elliot said.