Studio MPLS redesigned the packaging for Woodford Reserve, a popular bourbon maker. The bottles are complete with details and little elements that elevate the brand and provide a very classy and elegant feel.
A classic is born again with Rouge Gorge Cider Vermouth. Polygraphe took on the challenge of developing a vermouth that would simultaneously acknowledge the history of the drink while appealing to today’s consumer. Turning to a bygone era for inspiration, it has a wonderfully classic feel.
When it comes to this rum, there is definitely more than meets the eye. Stranger & Stranger designed this gorgeous bottle, but don't let it fool you, Boukman Rhum is a spirit that has a rebellious historical past.
Unleash a little bit of your inner explorer with SPYTAIL Black Ginger Rum. This Caribbean-inspired rum from France honors those who have ventured to the depths of the ocean with some incredibly impressive packaging. BR Zoom, Biggar & Leith, Stoelzle Glass, and Albagrafica Labels collaborated to develop a bottle and box that take the consumer on an underwater journey in a submarine.
The best projects—like the best whiskies—start with a great blend, and the combination of independent, online business Whisky Blender and Glasgow-based design agency, Front Page, is as good as it gets. Offering a bespoke whisky blending service, Whisky Blender was started by dram-loving friends Andrew Nicolson and Andy Davidson, with the intention of bringing the joy of whisky to a wider audience.
This is a true tequila experience, complete with a cozy blanket and a deck of playing cards. The Butler Bros designed this clever gift set that is perfect for relaxing after the end of a long, exhausting year (bye, 2016!). The bright colors of the blanket are juxtaposed with a simple, minimal flask design for the bottle, and a traditional font gives it a rustic vibe.
In honor of this year's Inebriation Day...oops we meant Inauguration Day, 1 Trick Pony designed this special gift set to help get you through the day. These two special edition bottles come together to make up one image, complete with elegant details such as metallic foil and a branded label placed cleverly to the side.
You can’t talk about whiskey without talking about Jack Daniel’s—after all, it’s the oldest registered distillery in the United States. To mark their 150th Anniversary, Cue developed some special edition packaging to celebrate. The sleek, sophisticated design looks incredibly refined and it shows off the gorgeous hue of the whiskey, instantly tempting you to pour another glass.
The holidays might be over but that doesn't mean we can't appreciate beautifully designed gift sets! NYC design studio ThoughtMatter designed this gift set to enhance their clients seasonal cocktails. The result is a truly thoughtful and gorgeous gift that keeps on giving.
The Nolet family has been producing gin for over 300 years, so they definitely know their gin. Every year they produce only 500 bottles of their exclusive Dry Gin Reserve, and to celebrate this special spirit, they called upon MW Luxury Packaging to manufacture a one-of-a-kind case.
When it comes to whiskey, it often feels like a choice between an old classic or a new craft spirit. But who says you have to choose? With Cooper’s Classic, enjoy a premium handcrafted spirit that pays homage to the traditional American whiskey. Pavement designed this gorgeous packaging for the latest from Cooperstown Distillery, complete with gilded, ornate details that truly enhance the consumer experience.
Pendleton Directors’ Reserve is a Canadian whisky that’s almost old enough to drink itself. Designed by Cue, every detail was considered, including a leather sleeve and ultra sleek box. Pendleton Directors’ Reserve avoids excessive graphics and text, making every element meaningful—from the ornate designs on the leather sleeve to the elegant gold foil.
Your G&T’s just got way better. Fresh Bread Design developed the packaging design for Woodcut Barrel Rested Gin, a new spirit from Temple Distilling. The label is perfect parts elegant and mysterious with ornate details that truly add character to the gin.
Do you dare to drink Enrejado Gin? This new premium gin comes in two versions, a dry and a red, and it invites you to let the caged bird sing. Designed by F33, these mysterious spirits make quite a striking statement.
Cráneo Organic Mezcal is a spirit that honors the culture of Mexico and the well-trusted methods of distillation. Designed by Van Heertum Design VHD and David Ravandi (123 Spirits), the bottle features an Aztec Goddess, hand blown glass, and other carefully chosen details to truly bring it to life. The inspiration for the packaging is fully realized, giving consumers an experience from the moment they see it on a store shelf to when they empty their first glass.
Absolut Facet follows a celebrated tradition of introducing end of year limited editions featuring cutting-edge designs. This year it’s taken inspiration from optical prisms and facets. The asymmetrical pattern of facets is a contemporary take on a prism and is symbolizing different and unexpected angles of nightlife.
True success is never achieved without a lot of failure along the way. The founders of Hopes & Dreams know this all too well. Designed by Chad Michael Studio, this spirit pokes fun at other craft spirits and instead embraces its imperfection.
We simply can’t get enough of these gorgeous spirits designed by Sand Creative. Inspired by a play from the 19th Century, small details on the bottle tell the love story of Cyrano and Roxanne. The line includes three unique Armagnacs, or French brandies, with a delightfully sophisticated taste.
Tradition reigns strong in this household. With this package designed by Stranger and Stranger, this bottle of liquor embodies Italy inside and out. With notes of citrus, rose and lavender, the beverage radiates from a beautifully crafted glass bottle scalloped for easy grip and dynamism.
After 20 years, Buchanan’s was due for a new design. Together, forceMAJEURE and Diageo gave the iconic brand a complete overhaul, giving it a luxurious look that any whiskey drinker will want to get their hands on.
Parisian agency Partisan Du Sens have come up with a new design for Martell, one of the oldest and most respected cognac producers. The Martell family has been producing cognac since 1715, so they definitely know their stuff.
Three distinct spirits from one of the most trusted names in whiskey. Pond Design developed the packaging for The Deconstructed Series from Jameson Whiskey which highlights the particular tasting notes and elements of the drink. The series includes three varieties, BOLD, ROUND, and LIVELY, with varying detailed illustrations that wrap around each box.
If you’re not exactly the most gifted bartender, you can still whip up impressive cocktails with ease. All you need is a bottle of Ficks and you’ll look like a total pro, even if all you really did was mix in some alcohol to a cocktail mix. These handy mixers aren’t just convenient, either—they’re healthy, too. Made without excess sugars and loads of preservatives, it’s a drink you can enjoy without any guilt.
“Raise expectations.” Although John Barr was an award-winning Scotch whisky, it needed an update to the packaging to indicate the product’s high quality. Since it was recently improved, Cue was tasked with redesigning the spirit and giving it a new design in preparation for a re-launch. The approach has an emphasis on tradition, while still looking bold and different enough to stand apart from the competition. Its look is updated and modern enough to catch the attention of younger consumers, but the premium quality can be seen instantly with a sleek label and gold accents.