Heat responsive label changes color when drink is too warm
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The Griffiths Brothers gin distillery recently collaborated with Royston Labels to develop a new heat-sensitive label. Using thermochromic ink, a portion of the label turns blue when the bottle has been chilled to the ideal temperature. Griffiths Brothers gin is cold distilled, which differentiates itself from brands that use the more traditional heated method of distilling. The bottle’s clear label, with its vivid flashes of blue, hints at the unheated processing. A section of the back of the label is clear until the drink is cool enough to be drunk, and then the color slowly fades as the bottle heats…
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