Croxsons supplies premium bottle for 6 O’Clock Gin

Croxsons supplies premium bottle for 6 O’Clock Gin

August 11, 2017
6 O’Clock Gin glass bottle – supplied by Croxsons

A premium black bottle has been supplied for the limited edition 6 O’Clock gin, the Brunel Edition.

Croxsons supplied the limited edition premium 6 O’clock gin bottle in the same bottle shape as used for their standard 6 O’Clock gin. This black version gives the Brunel Edition gin a distinctive, clean and elegant look. It provides the perfect backdrop for the intricate copper label designed by Green Chameleon of Bristol.

Michael Kain, head distiller and director of Bramley & Gage/6 O’Clock Gin explained:

 “We’re very proud to be based near Bristol and of the rich heritage of the area. We wanted to make an ultra-premium gin that reflected some of the city’s fine history, as well as referencing our own engineering legacy. Brunel Edition is a bigger, bolder expression of our regular 6 O’Clock Gin, with six extra botanicals.

“We’re very proud to have created such a delicious product and to be able to present it in such a fantastic looking bottle. Croxsons has delivered a smooth service and we are delighted with the end result.”

Tim Croxson, Croxsons said:

“We have been supplying 6 O’Clock Gin with their distinctive blue bottles since they repackaged and rebranded two years ago, however the black Brunel bottle really is a quite unique project.

“6 O’Clock Gin’s limited edition bottle has broken away from convention particularly with the addition of the simple yet striking copper label, proving that sometimes less is more.”

 

Notes

  • You can find out more about Croxsons at www.croxsons.com
  • Croxsons will be showcasing the limited edition premium 6 O’clock gin bottle at Luxury Packaging London, 13-14 September, stand J68.
  • Croxsons is a unique, family-owned company. They offer a huge range glass bottle containers, closures, and decoration to international food and beverage brands.
  • Croxons have been working in the industry for over 140 years.