As a rule, brandy comes in these bottles. Schnapps bottles are a noteworthy feature of our range. Rightly so, as every distillate ultimately demands a special packaging to match i.e. there are traditional bottle shapes to suit a vast assortment of varieties.
The basic function of the schnapps bottle is to present its contents in a sophisticated way. Protective functions are not as high on the agenda. That said, schnapps bottles are still available in all sorts of colours – everything from brown to classic green tones. Clear glass bottles are often selected for clear liquors or for liquids bursting with intense colour. Our range has opted for standard colours, which are also used to meet any colour request using a diverse range of techniques.
Schnapps bottles are traditionally topped with stoppers or screw caps, although nowadays virtually any kind of closure system can be seen on high-quality distillates. When it comes to shape, schnapps bottles know virtually no bounds, ranging from classic types to more angular versions. Highly creative bespoke forms are now also emerging on the market, although we tend to favour rather more simple, elegant lines.
Timelessness is our topmost aim, evident in our range of schnapps bottles, whether for brandy or delicious cuvées. A schnapps bottle should be worthy of its often extremely high-quality content. Naturally, then, it is the job of product design to come up with a suitably sumptuous bottle and label design. The current trend for heavy, thick-walled bottles with embossing, direct printing or even sleeving can be seen mainly in the field of fine distillates. First impressions are vital; this is what turns a browser into a potential consumer and buyer. It should not go unmentioned that international design competitions are held every year to select the most stunning designs in the field of fine spirits. We would love to win an award of this kind. Maybe your project could help us do it?