Egyptienne F is not commonly used these days, and it’s even less expected on a whisky bottle. anCnoc (pronounced “a-nock”) makes it work, along with hand-drawn illustrations, for their atypical brand. The identity is carried through from the packaging to the website using self-hosted Egyptienne F webfonts.
anCnoc Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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