Detective Conan Teas Celebrate 2 Years of Success With Collection Tin
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Japanese tea shop Karel Čapek and Detective Conan's collaboration began offering the Conan Tea Collection tin of character-themed tea bags on Thursday. The tin celebrates the collaboration teas, which have sold the equivalent of more than 550,000 cups of tea over the past two years.
The tin includes all four previously released varieties of Detective Conan tea. The set of 20 tea bags costs 3,780 yen (about US$35).
Japanese picture book author Utako Yamada owns the tea shop, named after 20th-century Czech writer Karel Čapek, and she provided special illustrations for each of the collaboration teas. The first tea debuted in February 2016 to mark the 20th anniversary of the Detective Conan franchise's anime and films, and new varieties went on sale last year.
The four character-inspired teas are:
Color Trick Tea
Ran's Lemon Pie Tea
Night Earl Grey
Koi no Lucky Charm Tea
Mugs with the collaboration illustrations are also available for 2,160 yen (about US$20) each.
Source: Comic Natalie