A Lake District company has revealed its brand-new and sustainably designed look for its award-winning tipple.

Kin Vodka – producer of Kin Toffee + Vodka – is preparing to launch the new bottles, which are made from 50 per cent recycled glass.

Kin’s familiar bird branding – a wren named after founder, Judith Wren – still takes pride of place on the neck of the bottles, which also feature an embossed label design of the iconic Lake District viewpoint of the Langdales.

The full revamped range was originally due to be on shelves from late spring, but unprecedented demand in the run up to Christmas meant that the larger, new-look 700ml bottle, had to be introduced earlier to fulfil online orders.

Ms Wren said: “These revamped bottles have been a couple of years in planning as they were such a big investment and commitment that we wanted to get them just right. In today’s world, any responsible business owner should be thinking about ways to make their operation, and their products, more sustainable.

“That’s what consumers increasingly now expect and it’s something that we’re passionate about as a business. “

The bottle was created by Allied Glass who have been creating glass bottles in Yorkshire for over 100 years.

Ms Wren added: “The new bottles are slightly taller, elegant, more interesting to look at, and really represent the Kin brand and the story behind it – drawing inspiration from the scenery, the landscape, and the stars.”

For more information about the Kin Toffee + Vodka product range, visit https://kinvodka.co.uk