The design of a whisky bottle is very important. For branding and sales of the distiller, but the bottle design can also even influence the way you experience a whisky. The designers of these whisky bottles made sure that their bottles stand out from the crowd.
Simple & stylish
Sometimes less is more. Elegant lines, simplicity and subtle details are often part of the most beautiful designs.
Kavalan Single Malt
Fabrics & wood
Unconventional combinations of glass, wood and fabrics sure make for a unique whisky bottle.
Chivas Regal 18 Year Old by Vivienne Westwood
Balblair Scotch Whisky 1989 Special Edition
Highland Park Loki
Optically smaller bottles, that perfectly fit in the palm of your hand.
Inish Turk Beg Maiden Voyage
The Glenrothes 1970 Extraordinary Cask
Emobossed letters, brands or other shapes give whisky bottles an extra dimension. Literally.
Bib & Tucker
Jack Daniels Single Barrel
The Naked Grouse
Traditional bottles take you back to the ‘good old days’ of whisky. Or at least that’s what they want you to believe.
Douglas Laing Premier Bottle selections
Georgia Moon Corn Whiskey
Platte Valley Corn Whiskey
When you pay over $1,000 for a whisky, you’ll expect the bottle to be just as unique as the whisky.
The Macallan Lalique series
Gordon & MacPhail Generations series
Highland Park 50 Year Old
And sometimes a whisky bottle just makes you wonder “What was the designer thinking?”. At least that’s what we thought when we saw these odd bottles.
Tommy Gun Bourbon / Cosa Nostra Whisky
Suntory Rolling Stones
Johnnie Tan Leather Brogue