Florence-based Italian model Gucci is well-known for its clothes, purses, and equipment. But the Tuscan trend home’s newest must-have isn’t one thing worn except you’re within the behavior of getting drinks thrown at you.
Gucci’s Osteria and skilled mixologist Giorgio Bargiani have created Elisir d’Elicriso, a liqueur that mixes Tuscan herbs and important oils, like Helichrysum italicum, and pays homage to Tuscany.
What’s extra, the elixir is available in beautiful and stylish packaging, as one would anticipate from Gucci. The bottle straddles the road between perfume and alcohol in design. The faceted floor and pink tint recall fragrance bottles, whereas the broad shoulder, lengthy neck, and topper are typical for alcohol packaging. Instead of a traditional label, Elisir d’Elicriso wears a trendy inexperienced tag with an attractive illustration that includes a mysterious eye. Paying tribute to Gucci’s Giardino 25 cafe and bar, a 25 label sits on the highest of the bottle. That there isn’t any conventional label plastered to the bottle additionally leaves consumers with a reasonably swell decanter.
Elisir d’Elicriso is simply out there for delivery in Italy and served at Gucci’s Giardino 25 cafe and bar.
Images courtesy of Gucci.