How about some Attack on Titan plum wine? If you drink enough, you too might run amok with your clothes off.

The limited edition Attack on Titan Japanese plum wine (梅酒 or umeshu) and non-alcohol plum juice use local, well, plums from the region where Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama grew up.

But it gets cooler: Isayama's childhood home has a plum orchard and the fruits from his parent's orchard are also used in the drinks.

The Attack on Titan plum wine comes in a three 500 ml bottle set and is priced at 6,500 yen (US$63), while the plum juice comes in a three 180 ml bottle set and is priced at 2,000 yen ($18).


According to IT Media, these officially licensed beverages are available to purchase online in Japan.

一滴残らず駆逐してやる! 「進撃の巨人」のコラボ梅酒、作者の故郷から発売 [IT Media]

「進撃の巨人」コラボの梅酒発売 作者の地元大山 [Asahi]

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