Since 2003 Blossa has launched an annual limited edition of glögg (mulled wine) with a new flavor and design. Scandinavian Design Group has been designing these beautiful bottles for the last few years and for 2017, they’ve come out with yet another eye-catching design that takes inspiration from India.
Stranger & Stranger designed the packaging for Compass Box’s Double Single Blended Scotch Whisky. The packaging features beautiful typography along with whimsical illustrations. Gold foil details add a touch of luxury to the overall spirit.
Twisted and spooky, this design for Mayfield Gin may just send shivers down your spine. Drawing on local legend, Stranger & Stranger created this design for their Sussex Hop Gin. The illustration not only tells a story, but its style speaks to the history of the region and the brand. A classic serif font further emphasizes its roots.
This is the Wild West. Stranger & Stranger designed a line of brandy from Argonaut which truly make you feel like a pioneer headed west in the 1800s. Labels look like posters you might see hanging around a small town, yellowed and featuring a mix of fonts. Small details like gold foil and batch numbers on the necks of the bottle make the spirits feel extra special to consumers. We especially like the hanging nugget of gold from their limited release bottle—a fine detail that helps transport consumers back in time.
A wine as hard to come by as this one deserves a memorable label. Described by Stranger & Stranger, the agency behind the design as “BV’s big bad boy bottle,” it gives consumers an idea of just how important and special the wine is.
This packaging for Sigma wines is simple yet striking. The Sigma series is the main wine series of Sgouridi Wines. The aim was to refresh the packaging in order to add surplus value and to emphasize the product itself.
Robot Food has designed the packaging for Black Twist, a new line of hard coffee that is sure to please coffee lovers and whiskey fans alike. This special beverage was created with the cross-over bar and coffeehouse culture specifically in mind
These are some seriously gorgeous brews. Creuna designed the packaging for Krone, a new brand of Norwegian beer. The design features gold coloring and typography that elevates the product and makes it stand out from almost every other beer brand.
This gin captures the spirit of a Scottish island and the mysterious sea that surrounds it. Barra Atlantic Gin is produced by the Isle of Barra Distillers Co. in Scotland. Michael Morrison, a craftsman born and bred on the island, hand-gathers carrageen seaweed as his gin’s key botanical. D8 is behind the eye-catching design for this spirit.