8th Tribe Liqueur Bottles Incorporate Bold and Beautiful Native Art

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 12, 2011 • References: & thedieline
Shelf appeal by means of packaging counts for a lot, and 8th Tribe Liqueur bottles have an utterly delectable design sufficient to sway customers from mainstream and mundane drink labels.

Taking on the fluid aesthetic of traditional indigenous art, the printed swirls on these elegant glass carafes are rich with organic form and filled in with a cracked earth texture, which gives the bottles a seasoned grace.

A simple stripe of color amid a riot of sinuous white strokes denotes the flavor of the alcoholic beverage. Dark Spice, Kiwifruit, Feijoa and Kiwi Gold are elaborately decorated in a way that recalls the roots of the New Zealand-based creators, Curious. Suggesting full-bodied flavor straight from the land, 8th Tribe Liqueur bottles demonstrate the depth of product first impressions. Stats for Aboriginal Alcohol Branding Trending: Older & Chilly
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