Freytag Anderson designed the clean yet visually-appealing packaging for Algorithm, a California coffee brand that prides itself in incorporating science within their coffee roasting practice and craft.
The newest illustrations for KLLR Coffee range from a red balloon delivering Stephen King's IT vibes to a squirrel with antlers simply trying to say hey. Each package signifies a different flavor, ranging from their first, Ethiopia Duromina, to their current, Costa Rica Magdalena Vega.
Outside of the exquisite design work, Volcano Coffee At Home ethically trades and sources their premium coffee beans and uses 100% compostable Nespresso-compatible pods. That's right, not only do you get the same great taste from the comfort of your home, but you're also leaving zero traces that the even product existed.
VICHY Water has undergone a fresh facelift to help consumers better understand the difference between their carbonated water and soda. The bottles are the same sleek and sophisticated shape, except now they only come in two colors: blue and clear. Additionally, the logos have been refreshed and cleaned up, featuring the images of the fruit with a neat text displayed on top.
Earlier this year, Califia Farms®, known for its best-selling Almond milks in distinctive, curvy bottles, today announced the launch of a breakthrough line of dairy-free Yogurt Drinks made with the Califia Culture Blend. This distinct trio of 10 billion live, active probiotic CFUs is powered by BB-12, the most documented bifidobacteria in the world and well known for its efficacy in digestive and immune health.
If you want to feel more grounded, take a sip of VYBES, a beverage equipped with the healing powers of CBD. Designed by Some Days, each bottle of VYBES sports a trusty white label that supplies information about CBD, as well as the product itself.
Specialising in orthodox, or loose leaf, teas, Good & Proper prides themselves on the distinct flavor profiles as well as their dedication to sustainability. Each tea is sourced ethically and the leaves that aren't used, are collected daily and turned into biofuel. If that's not enough, all of the fun, pastel packages are recyclable!
Concepted by Open Studio, Dear Tea Society carefully wove together different flavors of tea with a book cover aesthetic to take the membership a step further. We've got to say, we're all about this fictional club and wish it was real.
Outsiders channels it's botanical ingredients by not only embossing a few on the label is warm, metallic colors but by also listing the ingredients vertically in bold letters. At the top of each bottle is a brief description of flavors to ensure you take a sip of what's best for you and your taste buds.
What happens when a design firm compares the culture of Croatia with experience? Bright and oh so very colorful packages for Croatia's products tea, natural honey, puzzles, aromatic wine and much more. This design by Magdalena Krpina Zdilar features a solid color on the top, equipped with a white logo and black print and 70s realness swirls on the bottom.
From farm to kettle, Teapins takes flavors from around the world and allows you to craft a custom box for a friend. Together with Ohmybrand, they produced a kit that offers a pop of color with it's vibrant colored tea bags and bold lettering.
MARU designed this adorable packaging for a well-known black vinegar drink in Japan. In order to reach a younger demographic, the packaging utilizes flat-style illustrations that serve as recipes on how to best enjoy the beverage. The style and typography incorporated on the labels also make for a nice retro feeling that allows the drink to stand out on the shelves.
Depot WPF designed this clean packaging for Valaam, a range of Russian dairy products. The design is simple yet showcases the product on its packaging, allowing the consumer a better idea of what they get as they make a purchase.
This matcha packaging elevates the powder to another level. Rice Creative designed this gorgeous packaging for Material Matcha Uji 宇治, a brand that aims to make high-quality Japanese matcha accessible for others around the world.
Fagerström Studio designed this light and airy packaging for Wake, a beverage brand based out of Germany. The design features delicate typography and minimal illustrations in order to create a sophisticated design solution.
London-based agency IWANT Design created this standout packaging for UKIYO, a new matcha brand that wants to shake things up in the market. The design is simple yet draws the consumer in with its bold typography and use of minimal geometric elements.
Here Design created the packaging for L.A Brewery, a kombucha brand. The design is unique in that it takes a variety of elements and marries them together to create an overall design that evokes fun and hip vibes while remaining approachable.
Orinoco Coffee & Tea, a specialty roaster and supplier serving Maryland, D.C., New York, and Virginia, has unveiled a new packaging design that pays tribute to the company's rich South American heritage.
Carpenter Collective designed the strikingly blue coffee packaging for Kansas-based PT’s Coffee Roasting Company. The design provides the consumer with transparency as each bag provides information about the origin of the coffee in addition to the specific flavor notes that come with each blend.
Unsold Studio designed this uniquely colored packaging for New Order, a Detroit-Michigan based coffee shop. The design stands out for its use of bright and bold colors, a stark approach from the typical brown hues found within the coffee market.
These coffee bags are a work of art. Bob Studio created this wonderful packaging for Spinos Coffee Microroastery. The illustrations bring this brand to life, with an exotic inspired color palette and a humanistic approach overall, making for a distinct and refreshing look.
This is not your typical water bottle, but instead is one that takes a typical Scandinavian approach. Strømme Throndsen Design created the clean and minimal packaging for Lofoten Water, a high-end Norwegian brand of water.