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June 5, 2024

Rosebank Whisky Blooms with Elegance

Rosebank Whisky, a renowned producer of Lowland single malts, has recently introduced its latest series of single malts, each elegantly encased in their signature luxury packaging solutions.


The sophisticated wood-veneered MDF cylinders capture the essence of Rosebank with their laser engraved, black ink-filled rose imagery. These design elements not only embody the Rosebank identity but also elevate the presentation of the first expression in Rosebank’s Revival Series, titled “Chapter One,” which prominently displays the distillery’s logo and branding.

The cylinders are equipped with copper anodised aluminium screw-thread closures that enhance the packs’ aesthetic appeal and also easily differentiate the lid from the base. Inner screw fitments are engraved and ink-filled, adding a subtle but luxurious touch and attention to detail.

The top of each pack is elegantly finished with an inlaid metal (copper) ring, accompanied by screen-printed branding that enhances the visual appeal and brand recognition. The base of each cylinder is thoughtfully designed with either MDF or copper-coloured aluminium. Certain packs in the series include a copper or red-coloured aluminium plaque, curved to fit the cylindrical shape.

Inside, the cylinders feature debossed fabric-wrapped inner linings and EVA fitments, whilst the undersides of each cylinder feature the matching, to prevent surface damage.

This packaging for Rosebank Whisky underscores the brand’s commitment to revitalisation and innovation in the industry, demonstrating how practicality can intertwine with luxury in designs that captivate modern consumers.

View more pack images of the collection via Our Work section.


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