Choosing a highly reflective gold colour for the can body, end and tab, Au Vodka have worked with Ardagh Metal Packaging (AMP) to create an irresistibly charismatic pack with immense visual impact.
Au is, of course, the symbol for gold in the periodic table. Au Vodkaâs upscale branding is based on the rare element and its associated qualities of power and perfection, symbolising the exceptional five-times-distilled British vodka at the heart of the companyâs drinks. The 330ml slim can features simple, minimal text against the abundant gold, with the classic periodic table âAuâ square, complete with its atomic number, in sizzling blue.
Ethan Cooze, Project Manager, Au Vodka Ltd, says: âWe had a great experience working alongside Ardagh to bring our vision to life. We worked closely with their graphics department to create the concept, followed by a site visit to finalise the finer details. After approving the sample, we had an insightful tour behind the scenes to see how the cans are manufactured. I look forward to working with Ardagh further as we make our next moves in the exciting RTD market.â
The new can comes on to the market ready for the long, heady party nights of summer. With their fantastic convenience, lightness, ease of recycling and quick chilling properties, canned RTDs are an increasingly popular choice for outdoor consumption, and the alluring Blue Raspberry can will appeal not only to 18-35 year olds who enjoy casual drinking events with friends, but also a wider range of consumers flexing their glamorous side at festivals and parties.
Dirk Schwung, Sales Director at Ardagh Metal Packaging â Europe, says: âThis is an incredibly eye-catching pack, with a brilliantly bold selection from our range of Coloured Shells and Tabs that shows off the product to the maximum. Weâre really pleased to have helped Au Vodka showcase their new drink so fittingly as they expand into sustainable metal beverage cans.â
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