A taste of childhood
Vetropack’s Italian plant in Trezzano sul Naviglio produces flint glass bottles for Baladin soft drinks, including the orange-coloured Baladin Ginger.
Despite what its name suggests, Baladin Ginger does not actually contain any ginger. The non-alcoholic drink is made of water, cane sugar, lemon juice, carbon dioxide and an infusion of herbs, bitter and sweet orange zest, spices and vanilla. This mixture is perfect for refreshing the palate – either on its own, garnished with orange slices or mixed with spirits.
The 0.25 litre flint glass bottles produced by Vetropack Italia for this beverage feature an engraved logo and “Baladin” lettering on the body of the bottle and a crown cork closure.
The idea behind Baladin soft drinks was to evoke the tastes and smells of an Italian childhood. In addition to the Ginger version, there are also Cedrata (lemon), Spuma Nera (orange and myrtle), Melazen (apple and ginger) and Cola varieties available.