This special range of tea tins was created for Nargis for the purpose of export to Russia and other CIS countries where the tea drinking culture is strong. The design adopted a premium approach using the theme of Indian/Mughal culture, illustrated on the tins in an elaborate portrait style. They are a statement on the royal pedigree of tea. A special aroma shaped element houses the images and arises from the idea that a single whiff of Nargis tea transports the senses into an otherworldly experience.
The packaging for this range of Nargis tea uses the product shot as the main theme. A large teacup in a saucer with the key ingredient shown forms central focus while solid colour variations cue the different flavours. This pack is a gravity pack and includes a tearoff at the bottom for individual removal of teabags.
These packs were created for Nargis Black Tea. Black tea tends to be a strong blend of tea, so its aroma is depicted in a large whiff of vapour which is also in the shape of the black tea leaf. This visual hook is accompanied by a standard cup and saucer of tea lower in the pack.
These tea cartons were created to distinguish Nargis teas from which tea garden they were grown in. To this effect, each one features the name of the tea garden and a map of the province in which it is, in the background. For further exclusivity, the names are written in a signature style.
This range of biscuits was created for Nargis, which covers all the major poplar brnds, such as Marie, Malto Vita, Top Crisp & Crackerrs, amongst many others. All of the designs feature the brand name in a ribbon strip with backgrounds in varying colours to variate the brands and add an eye-catching quality to the designs overall.