Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Piquant

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Designed by Camilla Edvardsen | Country: Norway

“Piquant is a premium Belgium cherry beer. Taking the best of Belgian brewing traditions and combining them with modern and innovative brewing techniques Piquant manages to introduce a new exciting beer, yet maintains the quality of the traditional Belgium beers we all know and love.

Everything about piquant links up to it’s taste. From the shape of the bottle, to the colour scheme down to the name itself it all reflects it’s core ingredient: cherry. Even the carry pack holds the bottles so it form the shape of a cherry.”

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Piquant

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Designed by Camilla Edvardsen | Country: Norway

“Piquant is a premium Belgium cherry beer. Taking the best of Belgian brewing traditions and combining them with modern and innovative brewing techniques Piquant manages to introduce a new exciting beer, yet maintains the quality of the traditional Belgium beers we all know and love.

Everything about piquant links up to it’s taste. From the shape of the bottle, to the colour scheme down to the name itself it all reflects it’s core ingredient: cherry. Even the carry pack holds the bottles so it form the shape of a cherry.”

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