Vetropack Austria is making a new 0.7-litre flint glass bottle at its Pöchlarn plant for the Upper Austrian spirits producer emil-Spirituosen. This new bottle will showcase the company’s array of different kinds of schnapps superbly.
The glass experts at Vetropack’s Austrian plant in Pöchlarn worked closely with distiller Emil Stegmüller to design the new 0.7-litre screw-cap spirits bottle. The “emil” logo, which appears engraved in lower case four times around the bottom of the bottle, immediately draws your attention. Starting from the bottle’s shoulder, mountain peaks tower right up to the neck and add an extra tactile touch to the mountains printed on the label.
emil-Spirituosen’s 0.7-litre bottle is available filled with countless flavours and can only be found on the shelves in the retail sector. The family business has been distilling spirits in the traditional way and adding modern touches to the end product for 150 years now.