The sleeves and caps on to-go cafe cups are generally far from intriguing, but South Korea's Café Adagio uses designs that stand out from most other utilitarian takeaway coffee cups.
Different types of beverages are packaged in certain cup styles, creating a collection of cups that features an assortment of well-dressed characters. By cutting a simple "V" shape into the sleeve, Café Adagio makes it seem as though its to-go cups are wearing small vests. On top of this, the lid of each cup serves as a hat for each lively drink container. For cohesion, this branding is also carried through to other coffee products from Café Adagio.
Using playful character cups like these gives Café Adagio customers a reason to return and try multiple drinks off of the menu, as well as take photos to share on social media.
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