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Saku · Packaging

Saku is a Japanese liquor made from part of the rice from the annual harvest. Every year 250 units are bottled, making it an exclusive liquor. To show its unique character, a technique was developed that allows each bottle to be created differently. This technique is based on dipping each bottle in black ink repeatedly creating a random stepped texture.

On the other hand, it is intended to give a second life to the container and to be able to use it as a decorative vase, hence its shape.
Finally, it should be noted that the label is printed on paper made from seeds inside. This allows the user to directly plant the paper in the bottle once the liquor is finished.

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Josep Pedro
Industrial Design Engineer (JR) Valencia, Spain