[#Marketing #Strategy] 18 Canned Wines and Cocktails

From TrendHunter.com – Marketing Strategy18 Canned Wines and Cocktails – From Dry Canned Sangria to Elegantly Canned Cocktails (TrendHunter.com):


18 Canned Wines and Cocktails - From Dry Canned Sangria to Elegantly Canned Cocktails (TrendHunter.com) (TrendHunter.com) Many beverage companies have discovered that canned wines and cocktails are a great and portable way to store alcohol. For awhile, canned alcoholic beverage had gone out of favor as they were seen as the less premium option to consumers and few would even consider serving wine in a can. Now, many beverage makers are bringing back the can and serving Millennial consumers fresh, new branding opportunities to accompany this revitalized packaging option.

For awhile, canned alcoholic beverage had gone out of favor as they were seen…



[#Marketing #Strategy] Geometric Cocktail Mixer Labeling

From TrendHunter.com – Marketing StrategyGeometric Cocktail Mixer Labeling – Shrub & Co. Offers a Collection of Refreshing Syrups for Drinks (TrendHunter.com):


Geometric Cocktail Mixer Labeling - Shrub & Co. Offers a Collection of Refreshing Syrups for Drinks (TrendHunter.com)
(TrendHunter.com) Shrub & Co. enlisted the creative agency Norvik Design to create the brand identity for its collection of cocktail and sparkler syrups. The syrups come in flavors that are relatively standard for cocktail mixers, but are nonetheless refreshing and dynamic. The labels created by Norvik Design feature a variety of geometric shapes in different shades of the same color, as well as illustrations of the flavor that the bottles contain. The bottles themselves are a dark amber in color, and come in flavors like Spicy Ginger, Organic Blood Orange, Organic Strawberry, Organic Yucatan Honey, Organic Red Grapefruit and Organic Apple.



[Cool Toys] Beer-Frothing Pouring Accessories

From TrendHunter.com – Cool Gadgets and GiftsBeer-Frothing Pouring Accessories – The Green House Foamy Head Beer Server Produces the Perfect Pour (TrendHunter.com):


Beer-Frothing Pouring Accessories - The Green House Foamy Head Beer Server Produces the Perfect Pour (TrendHunter.com)(TrendHunter.com) Getting the ideal amount of head in a glass of beer is key to ensuring it will be enjoyable, so the Green House Foamy Head Beer Server is designed to help make this a constant capability directly…



[#Marketing Strategy] Woodblock-Inspired Beer Cans

From TrendHunter.com – Marketing StrategyWoodblock-Inspired Beer Cans – These Japanese Beer Cans Pay Tribute to Traditional Woodblock Art (TrendHunter.com):


Woodblock-Inspired Beer Cans - These Japanese Beer Cans Pay Tribute to Traditional Woodblock Art (TrendHunter.com)
(TrendHunter.com) Three of the most popular beer brands in Japan – Asahi, Ebisu and Suntory – teamed up with the Tokyo National Museum to create a unique set of Japanese beer cans. As part of the collaboration,…



[#Marketing Strategy] Seaside Vodka Branding

From TrendHunter.com – Marketing StrategySeaside Vodka Branding – The Look and Taste of Seaworthy Vodka Captures the Flavors of the Sea (TrendHunter.com):


Seaside Vodka Branding - The Look and Taste of Seaworthy Vodka Captures the Flavors of the Sea (TrendHunter.com)
(TrendHunter.com) Made using Australian botanicals Saltbush, Dorrogo Pepperleaf, Lemon Myrtle and Corriander Seed, Seaworthy Vodka was crafted to highlight the flavors of the sea. In conjunction with themed packaging that doesn’t feel too contrived, Seaworthy makes for a product with a very direct source of inspiration; to be the perfect vodka for a Bloody Mary. The graphics on the Seaworthy Vodka packaging mimic the scars and erosions that would happen naturally if left in the ocean, but in bold contrasting colors. To further the theme, the bottle comes packaged in a worn wooden box, which sits inside a cotton net bag. Seaworthy Vodka offers the drinker a truly immersive product experience.



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