Waldemar Wegelin + Mauro Martins teamed up to create Tastillery, a unique spirit tasting box. The box features an abundance of beautifully detailed doodles, while the inside contains a variety of cylindrical containers that each house a taste of a new spirit.
Canadian agency Insite Design created the packaging for Dillon's Small Batch 100% Rye. The design features beautiful old-school serif typography along with wonderfully detailed screen-printed illustrations on the back of the bottle.
Auston Design Group designed the packaging for Humboldt Distillery’s new groundbreaking cannabis-infused vodka. The design has an old-school, traditional feel, referencing the craft that goes into creating this special spirit.
Fitzroy designed this gorgeous packaging for the world's first sustainable rum label. What makes this packaging truly special is the fact that the gorgeous bottle caps are made from discarded Coca-Cola labels.
Nobody wants warm gin in their martini, which is why Pavla's Chuykina's concept bottle would be such a useful item to have on hand at your next cocktail party. This iceberg-themed container keeps the contents just the right chilled temperature with a cleverly designed internal water reservoir.
Every year, Pristop Advertising Agency in Ljubljana, Slovenia creates a custom notebook as a gift for clients and employees. This year's design theme was Colorists, which included black and white illustrations celebrating the city of Ljubljana.
It’s impossible to look at this bottle of Mavem Aguardente and not feel compelled to reach out and touch it. This Portuguese brandy was designed by MEGUSTA strategic brand design, from ideation to packaging, and the results are exceptional. Ornate details and a refreshing blue make it a totally one-of-a-kind spirit.
Chad Michael Studio has created the elegant packaging for Slane Irish Whiskey. The label features an intricate illustration of barrels and beautiful traditional yet modern typography. Gold detailing gives the overall look an elevated feeling.
London agency Good designed this stunning bottle for the 50 year-old batch of Tamdhu Single Malt Whisky. The attention to details within the design truly make this a standout piece that would look amazing on any shelf or any table it calls home.
Now this is a whiskey. Inspired by prohibition-era whiskey bottles, David Cole Creative has designed the impeccable Minor Case Rye Whiskey. Everything—from the font choices to the slightly yellowed label, the embossed glass to the copper accents—truly transports the consumer to a completely different time and place.
M&E Design created the packaging for Method and Madness, a new range of experimental premium whiskey from The Midleton Distillery. The design is fresh, fun, and funky, all the while retaining a high-end sensibility.
This is one of the coolest limited edition gift sets we’ve ever seen. Jones Knowles Ritchie teamed up with MW Luxury Packaging to create 400 gift sets that give recipients a peak at the history of the brand. A wooden box opens up to reveal many different parts, including a pocket watch, a vintage telescope, and a bottle of Jägermeister (of course).
PopArt Studio designed the label for Independently Blue, a special Serbian drink known as Rakia. Rakia (also spelled as rakija in Serbian) is a strong alcoholic drink – similar to brandy – and is made from fermented fruit.
This spirit reminds us of the blue and white scenery of Mykonos and Santorini. Kommigraphics Design Studio designed the packaging for Asimenia Limni, a variety of Tsipouro, which is a specialty pomace brandy that is made specifically in Greece
Squad Ink has helped design the newest Archie Rose collaboration. This is a limited release rare gin series, which includes a collaboration between Archie Rose Distilling Co. and acclaimed tattoo artist Horisumi, which celebrates the four Japanese seasons.
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.