Green Hell

The Nordschleife of the Nürburgring is considered one of the most treacherous racing tracks in the world: this winding route has cost a number of racers their lives since it opened in 1927. Niki Lauda suffered his horrific fiery accident here in 1976. Formula One legend Jackie Stewart nicknamed it “The Green Hell”. To celebrate its 90-year jubilee, the Nürburgring has released a gin reflecting the nature of the track: rebellious, explosive, sensational.



Client: Salzburc996

Bottle shape ERA
The design for this jubilee edition captures everything that the client wants to convey. Black UV screen print and hot-foil stamping in green adorn the white-matt coated bottle, putting the 90-year anniversary as well as the race track firmly in the spotlight.

Bottle shape: ERA "Good design melds the elements that belong together without eroding the differences between them. This premise is perfectly embodied in these gins: the coating (pink-matt or black-matt) on one hand, and all the small details printed on the bottle using 360-degree screen printing on the other. The embossed logo on the closure adds a touch of exclusivity.
  • 500 ml
  • White-matt coated
  • 360-degree UV screen print in black
  • Hot-foil stamping, green
LondonDry Gin
This special edition was distilled and bottled by Salzburg-based luxury manufacturer Salzburc996, whose managing director Martin Ragginger is himself a racing driver, having participated in several races at the Nürburgring.