Poor Man's Kitchen
by Elizabeth Freeman on 07/16/2014 | 4 Minute Read
Designed by PC Med Center, Poor Man's Kitchen is a collection of artisanal simple-syrups. As the product is handcrafted, the packaging supports this image with a simple design. The bottle is reminiscent of homemade medicine jars or alchemy potions. The label's sepia tinted photograph and text, combined with the syrup's golden yellow and brown colors, help give the product an antique feel.
"Poor Man’s Kitchen spawned from my love of craft cocktails and the creative process that goes into developing them. A bartender by trade, I often found myself purchasing similar products to create and develop artisanal cocktails at work. After growing tired of getting a small return on my investment in terms of both quantity and quality, I began creating my own syrups in my Brooklyn apartment. A following soon developed and a bottle of the pumpkin spice syrup made its way onto the Bravo t.v. show Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. The simple syrup received such high praise that I was encouraged to pursue the venture further."
Designed by PC Med Center
Country: United States
City: New York
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