Top 10 gin bottle designs

8th October, 2014 by Amy Hopkins


Bombay Amber

Bombay-AmberBombay Amber – a cask rested version of Bombay Sapphire – is bottled in a unique chrome, wood and glass frosted bottle.

Richard Cuthbert, global marketing manager for Bombay Sapphire, said the packaging was designed to encourage up-trading among gin drinkers, as well as attract non-gin drinkers to the category.

The London dry gin is vapour-infused with nutmeg, black cardamom and orange zest, before being rested in French vermouth barrels.

3 Responses to “Top 10 gin bottle designs”

  1. Dominic says:

    All good choices but I think you’ve missed Sibling Distillery! All the gold on their bottle is real and every aspect of their design represents the four siblings, four sided bottle and four sided shape, the nod towards boys and girls in the colours… Just my opinion!
    Thanks and good evening,

  2. Ian Hart says:

    Hello Dominic – I wouldn’t spend time trying to resurrect already placed articles – it is yesterday’s business. Focus on upcoming articles! Best wishes
    Ian Hart
    Sacred Gin

    • M.Dean says:

      Meow…While I’m surprised to find Whitley’s and Bulldog on this list, as neither is of a particular interesting design, and packaging is as important as it’s content in this day and age, if not more so. Your comment comes across as regarding a personal issue and not the topic at hand….Just a thought to mull, not that most haven’t been rash at some time or other.

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