Tom the Rum Guy got their new product label by running a design contest:
Modern Label for Tea Infused Liqueurs
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Food & Drink
I am looking for a series of labels for tea infused spirits. We will have an Herbal Tea Liqueur, a Spiced Tea Liqueur, an Earl Grey infused Gin and others. I am looking to sell to an upscale consumer, both at home and in bars/liquor stores.
What's your vision?
I am looking for a series of labels for tea infused spirits. We will have an Herbal Tea Liqueur named "Sasta" (The first a must have an accent over it), a Spiced Tea Liqueur named "Tine", and an Earl Grey infused Gin named "Liath." In the future there will be others. I am looking to sell to an upscale consumer, both at home and in bars/liquor stores. I'm essentially looking for a design that can be replicated over and over, with different tea infused spirits. I want it to be modern, but not stuffy... it can be fun, but clean and somewhat sophisticated. We must have our logo centered at the bottom of the label, hanging halfway off the bottom of the label. I've uploaded a template you can view or use. The font we've been using is Raleway, so the design should be visually compatible with that font.
The label must contain "Four Leaf Spirits" somewhere. The label must contain "750ml" and "40% alc/vol" somewhere parallel to the bottom of the label. The label must contain our logo at the bottom centered, hanging off the bottomof the label - see the template and examples. Also, the label must feature "Sasta," "Tine," or "Liath" and there must be a spot to include "Herbal Tea Liqueur" "Spiced Tea Liqueur" "Or "Earl Grey Infused Gin" The label must be 4" wide by 5.5" tall, with the logo hanging off the bottom. I uploaded a picture of the bottle we will be using too. It's called the "Arizona" if you want to try to find more pictures of it.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their product label.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Tom the Rum Guy collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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