David Bellm

January 29, 2014

1 Min Read
Flask as vodka packaging ... and that's just part of the genius

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Ages ago, my brother gave me a very cool polished-metal liquor flask he bought when he was in Russia. And as soon as I tore off the wrapping paper, I immediately wondered why we don’t see more of this iconic liquor decanter used as packaging.

Think about it. A flask is compact and unique, and it immediately says out-of-bounds raunchy good times — what could more appropriate to package vodka in!

Well, apparently someone finally came to the same conclusion. Better yet, they adorned the flasks with terrific graphics to make the concept even more spectacular. Here’s what website Lost At E Minor says about it:

From the very clever folks that brought us gold and silver food spray paint and garage-style brandy bottles, comes a brand spanking new creation: The Deli Garage Vodka series. Designed by Hamburg-based Korefe, these intricately illustrated and indisputably imaginative silver flasks are home to blackberry and espresso, mint and melon, and ginger and coriander-infused vodkas.

Check out more pics at Lost At E Minor. And while you’re at it, check out the blog of Cranky, who turned me onto this little gem via Twitter.

- d!b

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