These mezcal bottles were designed to be reminiscent of the traditional copitas with which mazcal was once consumed.
Called 'Bozal,' the alcoholic beverage brand is named after the word "wild" or "untamed" -- referencing the species of agave plant in Oaxaca and Guerrero, Mexico that makes up the base of this particular alcohol. The mezcal bottles come in earthy neutral colors reminiscent of clay and are made from ceramic. The traditional inspirations of the brand emphasize its historic relevance, while the sleek shape of the bottles ensures that they will still appeal to a contemporary audience.
These mezcal bottles are able to perfectly fuse traditional legacies with modern design to create a product that will appeal to a wide range of demographics.