Every Friday afternoon we raise a glass with the packaging design aficionados at The Dieline and celebrate some of the best new boozy bottles of the week. Tonight we’re drinking:

Koval Dry Gin, by Dando Projects
Dando Projects really stepped it up with this laser-cut label—the intricate pattern is embossed and die-cut and topped off with delicate little gold-foil circles.

Nalewka, by Foxtrot Studio
A drink that’s made almost entirely by hand should look like it. And what says “traditional Polish spirit made from macerated fruits, roots, herbs, and spices” more than a burlap-bagged, carved-wood tagged bottle dripping with wax?

Tito’s Handmade Vodka student project, by Becca Ray
We all have Tito’s on hand for those sudden Sunday brunchtime Bloody Mary cravings (or is that just us?), but who knew this much-lauded bartender’s buddy was made in Austin, Texas? Okay, maybe that’s common knowledge, but the point is the current label doesn’t make those origins as clear as Becca Ray’s student project. A+!

Cheers!