From the curvy and elegant bottle of Royal Salute to the very apt bottle of Four Roses shaped like a perfume-bottle, the bottle is often as interesting as the liquid inside. Which one's your favourite?

In life there are the DIFFERENT SHAPES OF WHISKY BOTTLES. But the thing is which i have to choose. Happyness comes when we meet our friends. Whisky get our friends close to us

Different whiskeys come in different sized bottles in various designs. If you want the best-looking bottle, you have to be willing to drop a few stacks. Packaging is a useful and powerful part of a brand’s marketing strategy; it makes your product more attractive and eye catching. For many liquors, the bottles are so exquisitely designed that your guests admire it more than the drink itself. The design of a bottle increases the beauty of your grand party. While simplicity is awesome, but a beautiful whiskey bottle can really make a difference.

 

An old fashioned whisky glass with a wide brim and thick base is what makes the evening conversation, even more regal. The simplicity of the tumbler design itself, makes the spirit speak for themselves. You get a feeling of both timelessness and agelessness with that lingering evening and aroma wafting in the background. A classic set of gorgeous whisky glasses sure makes the evening and conversations turn nothing less than legendary. A well-crafted glass is a great way to start an evening with the finest spirits. Something to remember forever, a feeling of warmth and camaraderie and bonding that’s made for each other.

 

An old fashioned whisky glass with a wide brim and thick base is what makes the evening conversation, even more regal. The simplicity of the tumbler design itself, makes the spirit speak for themselves. You get a feeling of both timelessness and agelessness with that lingering evening and aroma wafting in the background. A classic set of gorgeous whisky glasses sure makes the evening and conversations turn nothing less than legendary. A well-crafted glass is a great way to start an evening with the finest spirits. Something to remember forever, a feeling of warmth and camaraderie and bonding that’s made for each other.

We can see the different kinds and shapes of whiskey bottles with differences in the price tag. Some designs of the bottles look very stylish and attractive. You can the famous brands in whiskeys such as the Jack Daniel, Chivas Regal, Jim Bean and many more whiskey bottles. Some people habit is to collect those whiskey bottles because of the attractive designs. The bottles with a golden color and jug type are very excellent and you can use them for decorating with flowers. Moreover, the different shapes of the whiskey bottles are very decent in appearances as well as new design with the glasses.

  1. I have came across many shapes & sizes of bottles though they are very common but since I have shifted from beer to whisky since 2 years so haven't been to so many of them. My 1st purchase was blenders pride 180ml , it's a normal shaped round bottle nothing much to expect but later when i visit wine shop i see numerous number of whiskey brands but since they are packed in plastic can't really check the shapes so i started buying different brands to check the bottles. Few list of brands which Ill mention have really funky shape of whisky  bottles. 1- Chivas Regal 18yrs 2- Jack Daniels 3- Jack Daniels 4 -Jameson 5- Jonny Walker & list continues. The best one which i like & have kept the bottle is Ballentine’s Luxist - It shows self-illuminating bottle when music is played. Whenever i play music the bottle enjoys so does the whisky.

 

Whiskey bottles nowadays come in various attractive shapes and designs, which get more appealing with the increasing price tag. Some designs of the bottles which according to me are very stylish and attractive include Jack Daniels, Chivas Regal, and Jim Bean. These brands not only deliver a great, beautiful packaging but have excellent tasting whiskey, thus making them a favourite of many. I, as a habit, also collect whiskey bottles with an appealing design or shape which I use as decorative around my house.

Whisky bottles come in many designs and shapes. I can say out of all these bottles available in the market, I have seen only half of them, and I do remember shapes of few bottles which have caught my eye.

1) Ballentine’s Luxist – It has a self-illumination music icon which dances on music; I use this in my closet while I listen to music.

2) Chivas Regal – 18yrs – A royal salute to this bottle; it’s elegant and classy.

3) Bell’s Scotch – It’s in the shape of a bell with a Christmas picture on its bottle. Simple design matching with its name.

4) Johnny Walker Black Label – Black beast, stunning design.

There are various kinds of whiskey bottles available in the market with attractive designs. One of my favorite whiskey bottles is Johnnie Walker Blue Label exclusively designed by Porsche Design Studio. Porsche did a lot of research to make such a masterpiece of art. Other brands with good bottle shapes are Chivas Regal(12 & 18 yrs), Black Dog(21 yrs), Johnnie walker Black Label, Jim Beam, Jack Daniels and Jameson Irish Whisky. A well-crafted whiskey Bottle and a tumbler is a great way to start any Saturday night with friends/family. I, personally have a habit of collecting whiskey bottles of attractive designs and famous brands.

I have always wondered how whiskey bottles, in particular, have a unique shape to it, compared to the standard bottles beer comes in. Sometimes I couldn’t even differentiate
between a perfume bottle and a whiskey bottle. They came in various shapes and sizes. One of them is the square-shaped long bottle with a narrow mouth embossed with the name of the brand. Another is the round/ cylindrical small bottle which is available in various colours such as black, bright red and sometimes even green. Another is like a small genie bottle with a designer handle that seems to belong to the Arabian Nights era. A final one I can think of is the standard soda bottle shape that whiskey usually comes packed in.

Whisky comes in bottles of all shapes and sizes, ready for any occasion and any number of people, be it just you or with 10 other people. In ancient times, bottle shapes signified its content such as alcohol, water, etc. and the designs were unique. Some brands still use the same kinds of designs. The types usually seen are cylindrical, figured, square/rectangle with different sizes. My favorite shape is the square/rectangle when it’s party time with friends and the small cylindrical one when the drink is required, but I don’t want to get drunk.

Well, whiskey bottles come in all shapes and sizes, and that's when people find them to be attractive. There are designers of these bottles who make sure that their art stands out from the crowd and it is also important for branding. The design also changes the way one enjoys the experience of having a glass of whiskey.  At times we can see small details on these bottles like the color and the lines used can enhance the sales of the whiskey. There are bottles that perfectly fit into our hands and few are just like an artist standing out in out cupboard collection. 

A bottle of whiskey brings a story with it. Starting from the day I had my first whiskey glass to becoming a whiskey lover, I have so many stories to share about whiskey; one such is how fascinated I was about the unique designs and different shapes of the whiskey bottles. I found some of the shapes very enticing, and those bottles became my favorites eventually. I know some people who make a hobby out of collecting uniquely shaped whiskey bottles. It's not just that they look good; it can also influence the way you experience whiskey. Sometimes the bottle itself can become the main attraction. And my personal favourite is the one that made of wood. I love my whiskey.

I am always astonished to see the different shapes of whiskey bottles and wonder who thinks of creating such wonderfully shaped bottles. The shapes I have seen include all kind such as simple neck bottles to cylindrical or round ones. However, I still feel that what is inside matters the most. So, the question that surprises me most is the reason and thinking behind creating those shapes. Do these guys try to match the shape of the bottle to represent the taste? Or they randomly choose a theme for such bottles? I still keep seeking the answer to this.

In a gradually competitive market, many whiskey producers have focused on ever-more eye-catching designs to catch the thoughtfulness of the consumer.

Liquor of all types is bottled in different types of bottle shapes and sizes ranging from small bottles that hold a few ounces to bottles that contain a lot.  As with many design type categories available in the market, liquor bottle assortment is amazing in depth and multiplicity.   Still, there are many styles and shapes that make a bottle the predominant container for consumption during different times.

Perfection and beauty are some of the key factors in the various designs of the whiskey bottles.  Designs by big brands such as Chivas Regal, Johnnie Walker, and Jameson can give inspiration to other upcoming brands.

All types of alcohol come in interesting bottle shapes and whiskey is no exception. In fact whiskey bottles are all the more intriguing. Some are sleek like the Black Label while some like Glenlivet and 100 Pipers are slightly curved. Bottles are almost vessel like in Chivas Regal. I like these so much that In fact I even collect old whiskey bottles from my friends. I especially like planting money plants in them. Its not just me but I have seen many homes where money plants adorn whiskey bottles. My favourite bottle shape has to be the giant Chivas Regal.
 

Aspirational brands, regular brands and the one brand that you are loyal to have much to do with the presentation style of the whiskey bottle. Ranging from the good old cylindrical shape, to the recent inductees that are triangular, barrels shaped, see through glass, dark glass and all …. It’s equally important that the design interest me else the bottle alone can’t pull.

Since one interacts with the look and feel of the bottle first, before it’s opened and casts it magic spell of making you love the taste, the shape certainly requires inspiration. I prefer the traditional ones, because I am well versed with the taste, but the new bottles that are shaped in flat front, circular bottom, round face etc. get me excited to try a new brand.

I love handling whiskey bottles as I love the challenge to open the corks of any new bottle. I also love to make pegs for my companions which allow me to feel the bottle as many times as I serve. Curves and the breadth of the bottle do give a feel that's beyond description.

I have bottles of around 12 brands which I love and have started liking since the day I started understanding the taste of whiskey. After many years of a developed a taste for whiskey, I believe the bottle on the table does matter for a drinker like me. I love the shape of Chivas Regal bottles the most followed by the shape and built of Jack Daniel's. Its straight forward, round neck is like me.

The shape and design of the bottle also play an important role in its marketing and sale. It is true that an attractive shape and design of the bottle will attract the buyer’s attention and in all probability, he will end up buying what he likes. But if the taste is not befitting to his choice, he will not come back for it.

As far as I am concerned, an attractive bottle of whisky for me is one that is convenient and comfortable to handle. Have you ever noticed that the slimmer the bottle, the easier it is to handle it? It also feels rather comfortable n your hands. You can drink directly from the bottle (which I strongly suggest to do in the closest of company!) Whiskys in a cuboid-shape bottle are my least favorite.

They are very classy in design, yes, but they are more suited to a formal setting. It looks really good in pictures with an equally elegant glass placed beside it, but I don’t like them much when it comes to utility.

Whisky bottles are available in all shapes and sizes. These days, manufacturers take care not only to design bottles that are convenient to use,  but that also stand out in the crowd. If you want to admire a well-designed bottle of whisky, do check out these Whisky bottles- Octomore, Angel’s Envy, Imperial, Kavalan Single Malt, Gouden Carolus come in beautiful shapes. Furthermore, there are also well-crafted combinations of glass and wood bottles that look seductive with a certain old-world charm attached, such as Chivas Regal 18, Balblair Scotch Whisky 1989, Highland Park Loki, Blanton's original, Inish Turk Beg Maiden Voyage, Glenrothes 1970, Bib & Tucker, Jack Daniels Single Barrel.

Now we all know that the ageing of the whisky happens in wooden casks and the process involving freshly charred oaks or other popular methods give the character to the particular type of whisky, the shape of the bottle is also very important. It is actually the content of the alcohol many times that defines the shape of the bottle instead of the bottle itself. 

I feel that a well-made whiskey is no good if it does not come contained in an equally irresistible bottle, and a good marketer definitely understands this. It can only sell if it gets noticed! Take this for example, you walk into a liquor store and find yourself bombarded with so many brands, shapes and colors all arranged neatly and in order, but then there is this one particular bottle that is made so much to perfection that it’s almost impossible for you to miss it in the crowd!  

Having said that, creating the perfect silhouette for a whiskey bottle is nothing less than a work of art. A classic design is no doubt, a simple design! Not any usual design, but an uncomplicated signature beauty! It can be tall and sexy, curvy and smooth at the edges, or as simple as a rectangle with a neck.

I won’t talk much about the limited or special edition bottles but rather the more popular whisky brands that you’d come across at your local pub or store. My personal favorites are definitely any bottle of Glenfiddich, Jack Daniels, Chivas Regal Royal Salute, and, special mention, the VAT69 blended Scotch whisky.

You just can’t help but recall the brand when you see their bottle anywhere and vice versa. 

I firmly believe that no matter how grand a whisky tastes, its no good

for the sales unless it is packaged and marketed just as fine as it feels

on your palate.

Come to think of it, anytime you hit your local liquor store, a display of

multiple brands is thrown in your face. Unless you are a whisky expert,

which let’s be quite honest here, most of us aren’t, we end up either

playing it safe by sticking to the usual or simply go with the fanciest

bottle that catches our eye; and I myself am guilty of this.

Obviously the whisky distillers and marketers tap into this consumer

insight, and make sure that their bottle always carves a niche for itself

as far as good design is concerned.

Trust me guys, a good design is not always a complicated design. In

fact, in my opinion (and I could give you some real fine examples to

prove my point as well,) an extraordinary design is nothing but an

ordinary design done in the most simplistic and elegant way possible.

 

It’s that simple design ultimately that becomes synonymous with the

brand and becomes its signature.

You should definitely check out these ones:

The original Moonshine

I mean, seriously. It’s a whiskey jug! It is not something that they

created completely out of their imagination. It was there already; they

just transformed it into something way better.

 

The Chivas Regal Range of whiskies

 

The Jack Daniel’s Range

 

The Macallan range

 

The Whyte & Mackay range

What I like is simplicity and grace, a touch of class and a sense of tradition. I’m not taking about

something esoteric. Yes, would you believe if all of them were to be presented and packaged as one, in a

brilliant whiskey bottle design? I still remember that at my uncle’s home, bottles used to be a collector’s

item. At times, whiskey from a particular place stood as that place’s pride in the showcase in their drawing

room, for its sheer design and opulence. Simplicity need not mean mundane. Rather it is the perfection of

the bottles and the sheer beauty they possess that quite simply is mesmerising. Different shapes such as

Irish Turk Bag’s Maiden Voyage, Dalmore Eos, Gordon & MacPhail, Chivas Regal Royal Salute as some

of the stunning and seductive whiskey bottles amongst the collections.

Packaging a whiskey in a great looking bottle can help catch a buyer’s eye in an instant. The sleek

designs, the round bottles, even the cylindrical ones have their own attractiveness to their particular

drinkers. But one thing the manufacturers really need to remember is that while an attractive packaging

may sell one time, to get a loyal customer, it is the taste and quality of the spirit that they really need to

focus on.

I feel that a well-made whiskey is no good if it does not come contained

in an equally irresistible bottle, and a good marketer definitely

understands this. It can only sell if it gets noticed! Take this for

example, you walk into a liquor store and find yourself bombarded with

so many brands, shapes and colors all arranged neatly and in order,

but then there is this one particular bottle that is made so much to

perfection that it’s almost impossible for you to miss it in the crowd!

Having said that, creating the perfect silhouette for a whiskey bottle is

nothing less than a work of art. A classic design is no doubt, a simple

design! Not any usual design, but an uncomplicated signature beauty!

It can be tall and sexy, curvy and smooth at the edges, or as simple as

a rectangle with a neck.

I won’t talk much about the limited or special edition bottles but rather

the more popular whisky brands that you’d come across at your local

pub or store. My personal favorites are definitely any bottle of

Glenfiddich, Jack Daniels, Chivas Regal Royal Salute, and, special

mention, the VAT69 blended Scotch whisky.

You just can’t help but recall the brand when you see their bottle

anywhere and vice versa.

There is something about the shape of whisky bottles that make the experience even more special.

There’s a reason why you would see some people preserving the empty bottles in their bars for years

together. The bottles are a reminder of happy times, or in other cases, they were bought from foreign

lands are become important articles to display.

You probably don’t know, but the shape of whisky, beer, vodka and all other liquor bottles are shaped

keeping certain rules in mind and even needs to conform to legalities otherwise the bottle cannot go up

for sale. Add to the technical requirements, the bottle has to stand out speaking out for the whisky it

stores and thus a lot of work goes into designing a bottle with the help of specialists.

This is the reason why beer bottles are all shaped in a certain way and so are vodka bottles. Whisky

bottles have varied shapes, but they also have to conform to specific lengths and diameter.

There is something about the shape of whisky bottles that make the experience even more special.

There’s a reason why you would see some people preserving the empty bottles in their bars for years

together. The bottles are a reminder of happy times, or in other cases, they were bought from foreign

lands are become important articles to display.

You probably don’t know, but the shape of whisky, beer, vodka and all other liquor bottles are shaped

keeping certain rules in mind and even needs to conform to legalities otherwise the bottle cannot go up

for sale. Add to the technical requirements, the bottle has to stand out speaking out for the whisky it

stores and thus a lot of work goes into designing a bottle with the help of specialists.

This is the reason why beer bottles are all shaped in a certain way and so are vodka bottles. Whisky

bottles have varied shapes, but they also have to conform to specific lengths and diameter.

Now we all know that the ageing of the whisky happens in wooden casks and the process involving

freshly charred oaks or other popular methods give the character to the particular type of whisky, the

shape of the bottle is also very important. It is actually the content of the alcohol many times that

defines the shape of the bottle instead of the bottle itself.

You may have noticed how almost all Vodka bottles are cylindrically taller in design compared to

whisky bottles and there’s science behind that too. There’s a reason almost all beer bottles are

designed the same and so is the case with whiskey bottles too.

Glass is the choice medium for all form of alcohol because it is non-reactive and once the ageing

process is done with, an unopened glass bottle retains the taste your whisky for over even a decade.

Personally, I like the 1L and 2L bottles simply because of how grand they look. Even though my

personal favourite is the JW Black label, I like the shape of the Black Dog bottle way better.

As far as I am concerned, an attractive bottle of whisky for me is one that is convenient

and comfortable to handle. Have you ever noticed that the slimmer the bottle, the

easier it is to handle it? It also feels rather comfortable n your hands. You can drink

directly from the bottle (which I strongly suggest to do in the closest of company!)

Whiskeys in a cuboid-shape bottle are my least favorite. They are very classy in design,

yes, but they are more suited to a formal setting. It looks really good in pictures with an

equally elegant glass placed beside it, but I don’t like them much when it comes to

utility.