There’s more to pumpkins than carving them into Jack-o-lanterns or baking into pies. Autumn is the most exquisite season, not only for the vibrant change of leaves, but also because of the sensational beverages this season inspires. In particular, the pumpkin, often used for Halloween decorating and devouring, can be made into a number of libations. Traditionally, Native Americans and early settlers were dependent on pumpkins for survival. Besides being an important food source, these orange fruits stored well and lasted through the winter. It is documented that pumpkins were served at the second-ever Thanksgiving celebration. And the tradition seems to have stuck. So whether you choose to enjoy it in a harvest smoothie, spiced caffeine concoction, or a spiked spirit, rest assured pumpkin fever will live on for many Thanksgivings to come.