Designed by Benjamin Charles, The Blowing Stone is a gin that tells the story of Alfred the Nice defeating the Vikings within the Battle of Ashdown. The bottle’s end is created by coating with texture FX, making the bottle consultant of the stone identify. The label itself is designed with silver metallic foil and embossing particulars, giving it a surprising luxe end; plus, the muted colours additional eventuate a pure aura to the spirit. The intricacies of the small print actually elevate this gin from rivals.
The second installment of the Hawkridge Distillers trio of the model, The Blowing Stone tells the story of a curious stone that’s perforated in such a means that it may be blown to create a booming sound throughout the valley in Compton, Berkshire. Because the story goes, the stone was blown to name to arms the military of Alfred the Nice to defeat the marauding Vikings within the Battle of Ashdown, some 1100 years in the past. With the distillery solely a stone’s throw away, the story was a pure match.
The Blowing Stone has a particular gentle sheen spray coating with texture FX, to present a shimmer stoney end earlier than a satin Anglo Saxon-inspired display screen print is utilized. Lastly, lovely uncoated paper inventory labels at added excessive, that are completed with a silver metallic foil, tactile spot varnish, and embossing.
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