Make no mistake, Absolut Vodka is mixing business with pleasure at it celebrates 150 years of forward thinking with its latest limited-edition bottle to mark Canada’s sesquicentennial: Absolut Canada.
The bottle was designed in collaboration with Canadian textile artist Elizabeth (Libs) Elliott, renowned for exploring the intersection of technology and traditional craft by using generative design to build handmade quilts.
The limited-edition bottle features a traditional quilt block ‘Maple Leaf’ design and a modernized Canadian colour palette. Elliot’s design makes use of geometric shapes to represent Canada’s diversity, while a grid reflects Canada’s expansive geography.
You can find the new limited-edition bottle at major retailers across Canada while supplies last. And in case you’re wondering, yes, Absolut Canada contains the same Swedish vodka as a bottle of Absolut Vodka.
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