Fans of the HBO vampire series True Blood know that the undead living among us quench their blood lust by drinking an imaginary brew called Tru Blood, a synthetic blood derivative. The show’s popularity has HBO actually making and selling a Tru Blood drink.

  • Meticulously crafted, the Tru Blood Drink is an exact replica of the bottle design as seen on True Blood. The 14oz glass Tru Blood bottle is stained in a rich red, with raised Tru Blood English lettering and matching Japanese Kanji.
  • This blood orange flavored soda is slightly tart, lightly sweet and subtly carbonated. Designed to taste great while matching the appearance of Bill’s favorite drink, the drink pours like a regular soda, but with the standing appearance in a glass is stormy and mysterious.

A four pack of this strange brew will set you back $16.00.

via HBO


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  1. I saw this a few days back. I wouldn’t pay $16 for it, but it’d be cool to have a bottle sitting on the shelf in my Batcave.

  2. I had a can of that Buzz Cola that Fox put out for the Simpsons movie. I never drank it, just left it on the shelf. The cola ate through the can and fan down the side of my filing cabinet. GROSS!

  3. I don’t watch the show, but as a big ol’ vampire geek girl (I said vampires not sparkly twits) I think I might need some of this. It will rock the Halloween party!

  4. @Arabella: As a big ol’ vampire geek girl, I think you need to go out and rent the DVDs and have yourself a little marathon this weekend. In my not particularly humble opinion, it’s one of the best vampire shows ever made (just below Buffy, which was more demons and apocalypse than vampires most of the time, in my book).

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