The Cafe Prohibido Packaging References Adam and Eve

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Apr 16, 2014 • References: portafolio.pupilaestudio & thedieline
The coffee bag designs for Cafe Prohibido, or "Forbidden Coffee" play up just how much of a vice java can be for caffeine lovers, by referencing the original sin. The packaging by Pupila Estudio illustrates a scene from the Garden of Eden, showing Eve tempting Adam to take a sip of a delicious dark roast from a steaming red mug of coffee.

Two different coffee bag versions were designed for Cafe Prohibido, a new line of gourmet coffee in Costa Rica. This includes one dark design and a lighter more natural one that seem to express opposites like good and bad, or heaven and hell. Even if it feels indulgently sinful, the coffee bags suggest that there's got to be some really good coffee inside these Cafe Prohibido packages. Stats for Sinfully Tempting Coffee Bags Trending: Older & Mild
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