Five of the coolest gin bottle designs - Articles About Gin
This month, we unwrap some of our favourite labels from a quintet of distilleries whose style matches their substance…
This entry was posted on 23rd November 2020.
Boatyard Double Gin
With its navy-blue colouring and maritime motifs, The Boatyard Distillery immediately tap into their brand’s nautical nature with this smart, stylish design. Their Double Gin’s look is as classic as its dry style, catching the eye with a label produced using letterpress techniques, for a high-quality feel.
Copperfield London Dry, Vol 1-3
The Surrey Copper Distillery’s trio of tomes takes their ‘library of distinguished spirits’ to Dickensian heights. Each label adopts the appearance of a book’s spine – a clever marketing tactic that not only looks the part, but will undoubtedly prompt devoted drinkers to keep on collecting.
Everything about this bottle embodies its Japanese culture and heritage. Serene, tranquil, and beautifully illustrated with a gift box to match, it’s sophisticated, imaginative, and artistic. The result is an aesthetic that’s a pure joy – as the name suggests – to behold, and as harmonious as the flavours inside.
Jarrold’s London Dry
A colourful stained-glass look makes this vibrant option from Jarrold’s Gin a must-have in any collection. At The Gin Box, you’ll also find their matching decorative gin Copa glass, whose two-tone stem perfectly complements the colours of the bottle, complete with gold detailing for a special finish.
Ranscombe Wild Small Batch Gin
It’s all about the botanicals with this delicate drawing from Maidstone Distillery. But it’s more than just a pretty picture, emphasising the importance of locally and sustainably foraged ingredients. Indeed, for every bottle sold, a donation is made to Plantlife, Europe’s largest wildflower conservation charity.
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