One of the most well known Gin brands distributed by Bacardi, Bombay Sapphire, has now been given an all new stunning presentation pack by the master of packaging, Webb deVlam, providing the exquisite drink with a handcrafted bottle, presentation case and a booklet, that epitomizes the limited edition facet as well as the importance of Bombay Sapphire. Webb deVlam is known to be one of the biggest names in the field of packaging designs for value-added branded consumer goods, pharmaceutical products and medical products. This all new presentation pack has been designed to mark and celebrate the 250th anniversary of Bombay Sapphire and the secret recipe, that makes it one of the most exquisite gins in the world.
Bombay Sapphire will be available for purchase in a limited edition format during the Christmas shopping season and for a limited time period in the early months of the year 2011. Bombay Sapphire gin will be marketed through luxury retail outlets in the UK, Europe, and USA and the company is said to have planned to sell only 350 bottles of this luxurious drink. Those who will purchase the $2,003 Bombay Sapphire, will get their beloved gin in a hand crafted crystal bottle, that is studded with crystal stones and that too in a gorgeous gift box. To create the magic of luxury and uniqueness, the design team at Webb deVlam spent an entire year relentlessly creating the magic, that is now the Bombay Sapphire presentation pack. The company’s team of 3D product, packaging and graphic designers used the glassblowing procedure, to create an aura of ‘a bottle inside a bottle’ and for the first time in the realm of luxury drinks, Bombay Sapphire packaging was given laser etching process, that helped in the creation of 3D images of the 10 botanicals and the Queen Victoria brand.
To further enhance the exquisite nature of the Bombay Sapphire presentation pack, Webb deVlam has also designed a beautiful gift booklet, that will serve as an authentication of the originality of Bombay Sapphire and the booklet also carries the details of design and development process of the entire packaging.