For the month of Ramadan, a religious Muslim holiday, Coca-Cola company has released a limited edition of two logo-less cans in a gift box. Each can features Coke’s iconic white stripe on a red background on one side and a phrase on the other side: “Labels are for cans, not for people.”
A new super premium addition to the Bombay Sapphire range, Star of Bombay, takes its name from the 60-carat sapphire once discovered in Sri Lanka and given to the silent movie star Mary Pickford by her husband, Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. This gem also appears beneath the portray of Queen Victoria on the label of the original Bombay Sapphire.
Absolut Vodka is reviving its famous ‘Colours’ limited edition in the UK, first launched in 2009 to support the VIII Gay Games in Cologne. The bottle features the colours of the gay pride flag designed by San Francisco-based artist Gilbert Baker in 1977 and reflects the brand’s long-standing commitment to support human rights, equality and artistic expression.