Ki One Single Malt Whisky Tiger Edition

by Chloe Gordon on 10/08/2021 | 1 Minute Read

It only makes sense that Korea's first Single Malt Whisky's name would translate to "Beginning" and "Hope," and Ki One in Korean means just that. Designed by Kelly Hann, the label is modern while still maintaining a simple aesthetic, perfect for a brand positioning itself in a new market. Not to mention, the shape of the label in the font is wholly unique, meaning it can help differentiate itself in Whisky markets that are even more established.


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Ki One in Korean means the Beginning and Hope. These two themes perfectly encapsulate our spirit as we are at the beginning of the single malt whisky journey from Korea to the world. For Korea's first Single Malt Whisky launch we deliberately steered away from the traditional whisky packaging and wanted to make it sophisticated but with feminine lines to appeal to a new audience both in Korea and globally.

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