Glass packaging company Croxsons has supplied black bottle for 6 O’Clock Gin limited edition gin product, the Brunel Edition.
The bottle made by Croxsons for the company’s Brunel Edition is its first new London Dry Gin and the copper label designed by Green Chameleon of Bristol.
Two years ago, Bramley & Gage used to supply 6 O’Clock Gin with blue bottles and currently the gin is repackaged with black Brunel bottle.
Bramley & Gage head distiller and director Michael Kain said: “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.”
Kain further added: “Its exotic mix of spices celebrates Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s extraordinary contributions to engineering and world travel.”
Bramely & Gage said that on the sale of every Brunel Edition, £1 will be donated to the SS Great Britain Trust which will be opening the new Being Brunel museum in Bristol’s Floating Harbour.
The new Brunel edition was officially launched on 19 July 2017 to provide a facility of advanced booking for its customers. The new product is available at the Bramley & Gage website and specialist gin retailers.
Croxsons said that it will be exhibiting the black Brunel bottle along with its other range of products at Luxury Packaging London on 13 & 14 September, stand J68.
Image: 6 O’clock Gin Brunel Edition. Photo: courtesy of Bramely & Gage.