Hi, I am young entreprenuer producing epic wines and handcrafted spirits for all people out their who love great and unconventional taste and prefer a product that does look very unique, too.
I am looking for perfect designed new front and back label, packaging and closure of the botttle for my next project called „The Hick“ BBQ Kräuter Likör.
The Hick is a real German Kräuter Likör as we all know the one with the deers. But very different. I use very straight botanicals at first but then spice the whole Liqueur with unique BBQ Aromas.
It will be the summer BBQ Kräuter you will love to put on the table when you BBQ with your friends, the drink it, use it as spice or marinate a hell of a smoked T-Bone steak. And escpeically bring it as a gift to the one who throws the BBQ. So make it look special.
The design should be vintage and very classy. It should represent that it is a handcrafted traditional Liqueur. Keep in mind. Craft Beer is trend and people love that style. Please avoid copying BIERLikör22 and the colour set, our latest innovation you'll find in the attachment. Other photos attached just show what I like. If you know how to use colors (we did not use brighter Colours for the 22) use them. But please, do not make it look like a toy, as it is high class craft liquer that will sell around 20 € per 0,5 Liter.
Please consider packing and the bottle top + seal as well. We produce everything with our bare hands, fill each bottle on each own. What I want to say, don't mind the effort for labelling and closing the bottle. We love to work with each bottle and put effort info it.
Special products need very special label design and packing, 100% elaborate and detailed.
Text to be used on the front label:
The Hick, BBQ Kräuter Likör
USPs (paraphrase as you want to):
Made in Germany or Crafted in Germany
13 botanicals or herbs, or „lots of Kraut“ and BBQ Love,
Text to be used on the back label:
Leave room for 1-2 sentence explantion and some tipps for how to serve the Hick.
XYZ, ABC; MNO,
0,5 L. 39% vol
as well as our barcode (work it in if possible)
PS. Google the meaning of "Hick". Maybe that helps :-) It is not necessary and mandatory for teh design, but might lead to new ideas.