March 18, 2014 | 1 Comment
Designed by Goods & Services | Country: Canada
“For their 2013 client holiday gift, Goods & Services and Flash Reproductions decided to make the season a little sweeter by treating recipients to a flight of three different grades of maple syrup.
Following their mandate of giving handcrafted products from local producers, Goods & Services sourced the syrup from Matthews Maple Syrup, a family-owned farm in Powassan, Ontario. Ranging from light to medium to amber, each of the syrups was custom bottled and labelled with names that reflect an aspect of Canadiana: light like the song of a voyageur (light), smooth like the shot of a hockey player (medium), and strong like the arms of a lumberjack (amber).”
“Continuing the theme of Canadiana, all three syrups are nestled inside a bright red, specially designed box, with a subtle pattern of iconic images from a Canadian winter, as well as an homage to maple syrup, written in the style of Canada’s national anthem.
Thanks to precision measurement and cutting techniques, each bottle sits snugly inside its own slot in the custom-made box, held in place by the box’s label.”