This holiday season I was given a present of Cachaça Kaballa, a Brazilian drink (distillate obtained from the by-products of cane sugar). I was really taken by beauty and harmony of this gift set and it’s package design. Masters in ceramic art sought to bring together the incomparable joy of the Brazilian people and its cultural diversity. A unique bottle made in artful ceramic reveals a little of the history of the country. The bold beauty of the shaped ceramic mirrors the shape of the sugar cane halm. Ceramic has very deep roots in the South American indigenous culture and as such Cachaça Kaballa not only captured the Brazilian heritage with its golden cachaça, but also with the packaging itself. Ceramarte, the producer of the Cachaça Kaballa, went even a step further to satisfy its market. As the famous Brazilian caipirinha is made with cachaça, Ceramarte designed a ‘caipirinha kit’ holding in a simple cardboard box: a solid wood crusher, ceramic cups one for crushing and two to serve and drink the caipirinha and of course the sugar cane shaped 1.000 ml ceramic bottle with the Cachaça Kaballa.