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Maison Maréchal highlights its gin’s Norman roots

Maison Maréchal highlights its gin’s Norman roots

For its LE GIN 3R, a gin made from Normandy apples, French fine foods specialist Maison Maréchal opted for a bottle in 100% PCR glass and a label that mimics embossed glass. Maison Maréchal sourced the bottle and stopper for its LE GIN 3R from[…]

05/04/2021
Distillerie Merlet & Fils debuts first whisky

Distillerie Merlet & Fils debuts first whisky

Coperies is France-based Distillerie Merlet & Fils' very first whisky. The single malt’s stock bottle is nestled in a box with copper and black accents. Distillerie Merlet & Fils, a company known for its liqueurs, aperitifs and cognacs and[…]

05/03/2021
Diageo unveils premium Brora Triptych whisky to mark distillery reopening

Diageo unveils premium Brora Triptych whisky to mark distillery reopening

After three years of renovation spearheaded by owner Diageo, Scottish silent distillery Brora, which ceased operating in 1983, is set to reopen this May. The spirits group is releasing the Brora Triptych rare whisky collection to mark the[…]

04/27/2021
Petriot Gin pays homage to Slovenian landscape

Petriot Gin pays homage to Slovenian landscape

Newly launched Slovenian brand Petriot Gin has introduced its debut spirit, marketed as the first gin to be made with ingredients from the country’s Bela Krajina region. More gins are in the pipeline, each crafted with local raw materials. Green[…]

04/20/2021 |
Redbreast’s second life pack: From “coffret” to bird feeder

Redbreast’s second life pack: From “coffret” to bird feeder

Tapping into the trend for packaging that can be repurposed, design agency Nude Brand Creation came up with a secondary pack for Irish whisky brand Redbreast that doubles as a hanging bird feeder. GPA Luxury brought the design to life. For its[…]

04/19/2021
Littlemill’s single malt is Testament to Scotch whisky’s history

Littlemill’s single malt is Testament to Scotch whisky’s history

Scotland’s oldest licensed distillery Littlemill has unveiled Littlemill Testament, a single malt housed in bespoke, hand-blown decanters. The collection also includes four decanter sets, whose decorative stoppers incorporate reclaimed materials[…]

04/13/2021
Martell’s Dame-Jeanne Collection explores ancestral know-how

Martell’s Dame-Jeanne Collection explores ancestral know-how

Unveiled to a select group of the French cognac house’s clients in China late last year, Martell’s Dame-Jeanne Collection of vintage eaux-de-vies are housed in custom-blown demi-johns nestled inside intricately woven willow sculptures. Aged for[…]

04/12/2021 |
Gin: Analyzing a market in flux

Gin: Analyzing a market in flux

Gin has gone from rotgut to chic cocktail. Today, it makes up a creative, cosmopolitan market teeming with products — perhaps too many. So what's the risk? That an overly crowded marketplace could blur visibility and bore consumers, even when it[…]

04/08/2021 | Design
At-home mixology trend inspires Belvedere’s latest pack

At-home mixology trend inspires Belvedere’s latest pack

Polish vodka brand Belvedere has launched a new pack designed with at-home mixology in mind, a trend that the LVMH brand believes is likely to continue post-pandemic. With bars closed in most markets, it seems that consumers are experimenting[…]

04/06/2021
Lindores Abbey Distillery repurposes dunnage wood for new launch

Lindores Abbey Distillery repurposes dunnage wood for new launch

Scotland’s Lindores Abbey Distillery is gearing up to launch its 1494 members’ release, a limited-edition single malt scotch whisky that takes its design cues from Lindores Abbey, where the distillery is based. Lindores Abbey Distillery has come[…]

03/30/2021 |