Starbucks Japan Releases Halloween-Themed Collection of Mugs

A scary way to enjoy your favorite beverages.

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Starbucks Japan has just released and whimsical collection of mugs, tumblers, and accessories that celebrate Halloween. Maintaining its consistent delivery of artistic goods, this capsule of reinterprets coffee essentials in an adorable manner.

This release sees two mugs that take on the shape of a spooky “Ghost Barista,” and a “Black Cat” version that sees ears along with a 3D impression of Starbucks‘ signature takeaway cup. The cold drink bottles take on festive colors and have screw-on tops that further add to the occasion; the jack-o’-lantern version has a light-up LED top, the ghost version has a rubber ghost top, and finally, the black cat version sees a furry tail fixed to the top. Other items like the Halloween gift card, paper bags, and gift sets finish off the thematic capsule.

Priced at ¥620 – ¥2,900 JPY (approximately $6 – $27 USD), the collection can be found online, and in-store at Starbucks locations throughout Japan.

In other news regarding Starbucks, the Joker is Starbucks’ latest “Secret Menu” option.

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