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These Spirits Were Made with a Fruit That is Not Often Used

 - Sep 13, 2016
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These lime-infused alcoholic beverages are bottled in branding that uses gradient colors to create a sophisticated package.

Caviar lime is an interesting fruit that grows in both subtropical and dry rain forests in Australia. The lime is a long, green shape and when cut open, its edible insides come in the form of small spheres much like the shape of caviar. KVR's vodka and tequila are both infused with this unusual fruit and their branding reflects that fact -- with the floating pulps remaining intact and visible inside the bottles. The bottles were designed by the creative agency 'Swetty & Co.' and are inspired by the colors of caviar limes.

These lime-infused spirits manage to effectively represent the tropical fruit from which they are made, while still maintaining a simple and sophisticated look.