MONDAY DISTILLERY + BONNIE AND NEIL'S APERITZ SPRITZ
Monday Distillery has teamed up with one of Australia’s most popular textile brands, Bonnie and Neil, to celebrate the launch of a brand new product, Aperitz Spritz, in time for Ocsober combining two things we love more than anything else, a good spritz and great design.
“Ocsober is a month when many of us consider cutting back on the booze, and the Aperitz Spritz is the perfect libation to enjoy in the sun whilst being safe in the knowledge that your head won’t fall off. It’s getting spritzed without getting blitzed,” says Samantha Manning, founder of Monday Distillery, who offer a range of alcohol-free beverages that are a mindful alternative to drinking.
Think sunny afternoons. Think refreshing spiced gin and vermouth with Italian orange, grapefruit, aromatic rosemary, cherry and just a hint of rhubarb and vanilla. Think art, textiles, and design.
As far as design goes, the breathtaking packaging collaboration is a match made in heaven. “I'm obsessed with linens and homewares. I’m also an avid supporter of shopping and supporting local and I’ve been a huge fan of Bonnie and Neil for a long time. When the Aperitz Spritz was dreamed up, the colours and feel of the product felt like a natural fit for their designs,” said Samantha.
With the Monday Distillery Aperitz Spritz and the Bonnie and Neil collaboration, aperitivo hour never looked so good! Especially with drinks that are 100% alcohol free and sugar-free... hurry up summer, we're so ready for you!
“Think of a vibrant orange spritz that will allow your mind to wander to the Amalfi Coast. Then think about how amazing the eye-catching Bonnie and Neil designed packaging will look on your table, beach towel or picnic rug,” says Monday founder Sam Manning.
Like all of Monday’s drinks, the Aperitz Spritz is 100% alcohol free, sugar-free and forever tasteful. It will be available at www.mondaydistillery.com from mid-September, RRP $50 for pack of 8. We suggest you get some ASAP!
IMAGES I Courtesy of Monday Distillery
WORDS I Hande Renshaw