These apple gin bottles manage to combine natural aesthetics with contemporary ones to perfectly represent their contents.
The alcoholic drink by 'Thatchers Cider' was designed by the creative agency 'CookChick.' Called 'Thatchers Orchard Cut Apple Gin,' the alcoholic beverage is infused with fruity flavors that are not often found in other gins. The bottles themselves are short, stout and curved in shape -- made up mostly of glass. Their most captivating feature is the fact that their labels come in a triangular shape and are made from wood rather than paper or plastic.
This apple gin has a label that perfectly captures the drink's orchard background in a way that has not been done by other similar brands.
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