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'Attack on Titan' collaborates with online liquor store Kurand on Marleyan red wine

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By Ben K, grape Japan

The internationally popular "Attack on Titan," one of the best-selling manga of all time, may have officially concluded, but the excitement over the series is far from over. For one thing, the anime's Final Season is projected to air in early 2022.

Commercial collaborations are also still going strong too. For example, for food and restaurants, we've seen everything from Cup Noodles, to Wonda canned coffee and even an okonomiyaki chain. When it comes to goods, we've seen things like Vertical Maneuvering Equipment Bagstableware and apparel, and ultra-realistic Eren Yaeger dolls.

You can now add red wine to that list. But not just any red wine.

Fans will surely recognize the importance of Marleyan red wine in the plot of the series. Thanks to online liquor shop Kurand, you can now reserve your very own authentically reproduced bottle of fine Marleyan red wine to treasure, display in your home, use as a cosplay prop, and perhaps even drink, if you dare.

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The bottle will be delivered in a high-grade decorative box with a wax sealing stamp-style imprint. Moreover, buyers will also receive a wine opener emblazoned with the Military Police Regiment logo as a bonus.

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Product information

Name: "Marleyan Red Wine

Ingredients: Red wine (free of spinal fluid and other additives)

Sales period: Until July 7, 17:00 (JST)

Shipping: Scheduled to begin in late July 2021 or later

Retail price: 8,800 yen (including tax) *Free domestic shipping

Product page for orders

According to the press release, "the wine goes well with fish, shrimp, shellfish, and other dishes (...) The rich aroma and rich taste that spreads from the moment it is poured into a glass is perfect for toasting a special occasion."

To order yours, visit Kurand's website here.

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