Every Friday we raise a glass to celebrate some of the best new boozy bottles to hit store shelves. This weekend we’re giving our go-to gin and tonic a rest and mixing it up with some bolder gin options (with even bolder typefaces to match). So grab a glass, turn up “Gin and Juice,” and unwind with this winsome combo.

Aeijst Styrian Pale Gin, by Christina Michelitsch
Looking cleaner-than-green juice packaging, this bottle’s nature-inspired look has us ready for a (gin-infused) detox. The lush wrapping of botanical illustrations and wood cork stopper are lovely contrasts to the sharply minimalist box and the crisp, contemporary type.
(Via Packaging of the World)

Kyrö Distillery Company, by Werklig
Not all sans serifs are created equal, as proven by this custom typeface. Inspired by the battle memorial next to the distillery building, the “Napue Sans” commands authority with letterforms that exude heritage, without leaning on classic calligraphic tropes.
(Via The Dieline)

Gracias a Dios Gin, by Abraham Lule
Breaking away from the monochromatic theme, we embrace a tropical respite (in liquid form). Distilled from agave, the it-plant of the moment, and infused with 32 other Mexican plants, the gin transports us in time and space with vintage typefaces and a refreshingly cool palette. This is how you do spring break the classy way.

78º Gin, by Be Friendly
We’re already big fans of the black-and-gold color scheme, but this gin takes it up a notch on the luxe scale. By focusing on the “super-gin-nerd” knowledge of alcohol’s boiling point, this aesthetic is what the Oscars would look like if it was hosted in a science lab.
(Via The Dieline)