Beer with gold leaf

Pang Pang brewery is launching a golden beer. The Stockholm based brewery Pang Pang is one of the most experimental beer brands in Sweden, and as Christmas is approaching they are launching a very unique one – brewed with gold leaf. The gold leaves are added in the end of the process and is clearly visible…

Pang Pang brewery is launching a golden beer. The Stockholm based brewery Pang Pang is one of the most experimental beer brands in Sweden, and as Christmas is approaching they are launching a very unique one – brewed with gold leaf. The gold leaves are added in the end of the process and is clearly visible through the bottle. It creates like a golden snow globe. The beer contains 7,9% alcohol, symbolic since gold has number 79 in the periodic table. The beer is called “Yellow snow” and comes in 1900 bottles – bottles with a champagne-like style.

By Kristina de Verdier on 24 November, 2014 In , , ,

Apotekarnes Christmas Soft Drink

Here is the latest addition to the Apotekarnes family, designed by NINE, a design agency based in Stockholm, Sweden. “Apotekarnes is a brand owned by Carlsberg Sweden. For Christmas 2013 Apotekarnes is launching a limited edition of the traditional Swedish Christmas soft drink, julmust, with a secret taste.” Available in grocery stores in Sweden.

Here is the latest addition to the Apotekarnes family, designed by NINE, a design agency based in Stockholm, Sweden. “Apotekarnes is a brand owned by Carlsberg Sweden. For Christmas 2013 Apotekarnes is launching a limited edition of the traditional Swedish Christmas soft drink, julmust, with a secret taste.” Available in grocery stores in Sweden.

Panettone and Pandoro from Milan

We are getting closer to Christmas. And the stores in Italy, and to some extend around the world, are being filled with the symbolic Christmas cakes, Panettone and Pandoro. Panettone is a type of sweet bread loaf originally from Milan. Pandoro (Pan d’oro – golden bread) is similar to Panettone, but contains no fruit. Here is nice classic…

We are getting closer to Christmas. And the stores in Italy, and to some extend around the world, are being filled with the symbolic Christmas cakes, Panettone and Pandoro. Panettone is a type of sweet bread loaf originally from Milan. Pandoro (Pan d’oro – golden bread) is similar to Panettone, but contains no fruit. Here is nice classic panettone and pandoro packaging design from Panettoni G. Cova & C

Blossa 2011

Every year the swedish brand Blossa releases a limited edition mulled wine. This year with a coffee twist, through Arabica beans from El Salvador. The bottle is covered with the coordinates of Finca Las Delicias, the plantation where the beans have been cultivated. The 2011 bottle is designed by Jensen Pamp McCann. The 2003-2010 editions by BVD.

Every year the swedish brand Blossa releases a limited edition mulled wine. This year with a coffee twist, through Arabica beans from El Salvador. The bottle is covered with the coordinates of Finca Las Delicias, the plantation where the beans have been cultivated. The 2011 bottle is designed by Jensen Pamp McCann. The 2003-2010 editions by BVD.

Christmas Treeuse

Design Pack Gallery in Paris has an exhibition with Christmas theme, 29-31 November 2010.

Design Pack Gallery in Paris has an exhibition with Christmas theme, 29-31 November 2010.

Blossa 2010

Every year the swedish design firm BVD makes a new edition mulled wine for Blossa. This year – a golden bottle with saffron flavour. “Gold is an iconic color that is consistent with the Christmas festivities but also to taste; saffron with its golden color is the most expensive of all spices. The Roman cross is used…



Every year the swedish design firm BVD makes a new edition mulled wine for Blossa. This year – a golden bottle with saffron flavour. “Gold is an iconic color that is consistent with the Christmas festivities but also to taste; saffron with its golden color is the most expensive of all spices. The Roman cross is used as a symbol for the number 10, but also cross refer to the English X-mas. A vintage mulled wine for a new decade is a cause for celebration a little extra. We wanted to make a really festive bottle and the Roman cross, felt like a worthy symbol of the 10th century’s first vintage mulled wine,” says Susanna Nygren Barrett, creative director of BVD. Blossa 10 will be released in stores October the 1st, but already September 10th you can start order your bottle at bokablossa.nu