These are just a very few of the range of projects we have undertaken to show the wide range of designs and client needs we can achieve.
Five of the latest and greatest to try
Each and every one of Whitebox’s eight canned cocktails get my vote (and its Freezer Martini makes my heart melt), but Chipper’s Old Fashioned makes this list as a serious, short whisky-based cocktail that’s fun and accessible. Virgin oak whisky, cherrywood bitters and sugar are perfectly balanced to make a smooth, smart sharpener in a cute wood-textured can.
A punchy martini made with Porter’s gin, dry vermouth and lemon zest.
A tiny tin, pocket-sized indeed, but one which contains a delicious ready mixed negroni, made with Porter’s gin, a bitter aperitif and sweet vermouth. Punchy at over 20% abv, it’s an intense and well-made alternative to making your own.
This stirred-down combo of bourbon, Italian bitter apertif, sweet vermouth and orange zest is one of the most elegant RTDs we've encountered.
A classic mix of tequila, lime, triple sec and salt. It's not easy to make a canned Marg that's just as good as a freshly shaken one, but Whitebox has cracked the code.
Is this not the cutest canned cocktail you’ve ever laid eyes on? There’s a good reason why it’s so dinky, and it’s not just so it fits in your pocket — at 21.8% ABV, it packs a hella punch! Made with Porter’s bitter, Campari and sweet vermouth, it tastes just like a boozy blood orange.
BEST NEGRONI IN A CAN
The post-work negroni is one of life’s great pleasures. And as cocktails go, it’s not the most complicated, with just three ingredients — but you try combining gin, vermouth and Campari in the park. This ready-to-drink can has done it for you, delivering an expertly made full-strength single-serve for on the go.
You’ll no doubt have seen this little pocket rocket clogging up your Instagram feed (or annoyingly littering your local park), and there’s a reason it’s taken us al fresco drinkers by storm. It’s dinky but full-strength (so go steady), and is made with Porter’s cold-distilled gin, Campari and vermouth — just like you’d make at home.
The only canned cocktail I have tried that unequivocally tastes of the drink it purports to be. Cute can, too. I commend its creators.
Value for money: 5/5
Pandemic misery-busting potential: 5/5