32 Via dei Birrai.

I can’t read a syllable on 32 Via dei Birrai’s site, but I’d still like to drink all seven varieties after work tonight and keep the bottles.


Blossa 09.

Blossa releases a yearly limited-edition bottle of their glogg – Scandinavian mulled wine – that takes the entire product to a new level with its awesome design by BVD. You can see the full line of past years below. {via the Dieline}


Mallard Tearooms.

UK designer Sarah Walsh put together some gorgeous packaging for Mallard Tearoooms. Me definitely likey.

Mallard is a specialist tea company which sells loose leaf tea through its shop and tearoom in Knutsford. The mix and match branding is inspired by the eclectic feel of the establishment which is quirky, eccentric and unmistakably English.”


Kerstin’s Chocolates.

Really digging the packaging of the Chocophilia line from Kerstin’s Chocolates. If you stop by the actual store – The Cocoa Room – in Edmonton, Alberta you can even participate in chocolate tastings and classes!


Harry Potter Packaging by Nicholas Saunders.

Amazing design work created by Nicholas Saunders for the set of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. These packages – along with several others – were created to adorn the shelves of the Weasley twins magic shop in Diagon Alley. (all images are copyright Warner Brothers)

{via Creative Review}



{via the Dieline}

Peter Gregson Studio redesigned the packaging of juice bottles and jars for delicacy products coming out of the Sopacani monastery in Serbia. All of the products are all natural and organic, the designer stayed true to them by using all handwritten labels. Lovely work.



No better way to start the morning than with some lovely eye candy (er, chocolate?). Take a look at Kshocolat. Lovely, modern packaging courtesy of Marque Creative.


Bake It Pretty.

Meet Bake It Pretty. A shop devoted to inspired baking supplies and adornments. Within the walls of her shop, owner Amanda has managed to include not only one but two of my vices: pretty packaging and nostalgic candy. The only question is which to order first!

{via Poppytalk}


Rewind Coffee, Tea + Cocoa.

I’m a coffee lover right down to my very core, but I’d be lying if I said I loved Rewind‘s packaging for any other reason that the retro design. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure their products are equally amazing, but the package is definitely the big sell here. Oh, and the fact that their site mentions something about decaf being like kissing your sister is pretty awesome, too!


MOR Cosmetics.

MOR Cosmetics is the brainchild of Australian designers, Dianna Burmas and Deon St.Mor. Thanks to their combined experiences in visual merchandising and industrial design, as well as a shared love for travel, food and the arts a brand was launched. MOR, meaning peacock in Hindi, is as luxurious to look at as it is to use.