Starbucks knows how to keep us reaching into our wallets every season, and this fall, we’re handing over our yen for their limited-edition Halloween drinkware range.
Let’s take a look at this year’s range below.
The Halloween 2019 LED Lid Night Parade Double Walled Sunny Bottle (2,900 yen)
This travel bottle comes adorned with black cats carrying Starbucks paper cups and white ghosts in green aprons. On the lid, there’s a switch for operating the LED bulb inside the cap, which lights up the design to create a spooky-looking beverage.
The Halloween 2019 Cat Tail Strap Black Sunny Bottle (2,500 yen)
This bottle is all about the black cat, with a detachable fluffy cat tail that can be used with the bottle or clipped onto a bag or pouch.
The Halloween 2019 Ghost Cap and Lid Bottle Purple (2,500 yen)
This adorable bottle design features a group of trick-or-treating ghosts, with a ghost lid cover on top that can be attached or removed to your liking.
It wouldn’t be a drinkware release without some specially marked beverage cards, and this season we have:
▼ The Halloween 2019 Beverage Card Pumpkin (620 yen)
▼ The Starbucks Card Masquerade
▼ The Starbucks Card Gift Coffee Circus Masquerade Halloween 2019 Beverage Card Pumpkin (1,500 yen)
And the Halloween 2019 Beverage Card Bag (620 yen), which comes with a branded paper gift bag so you can add extra goodies like candy inside as a present for family and friends.
Rounding off the collection is a pair of beautiful mugs. The Halloween 2019 Mug Ghost (1,900 yen) features a green-aproned Starbucks barista ghost carrying a paper cup and a milk pitcher.
The Halloween 2019 Mug Coffee Cat (2,000 yen) features a black cat carrying a couple of Starbucks paper cups in its tail, designed to look like it’s attending a Halloween night parade.
The drinkware range is currently available in stores and online, although it’s proving to be so popular that a number of items have already sold out.
So if you want to pair your Red Night Frappuccino and Masquerade Raspberry Mocha with a Halloween bottle or mug this year, you’ll have to get in quick before they disappear into the night on 31 October.
Source, images: Starbucks Japan
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