Stölzle Glass has created a bottle for Stock Polska’s new Amundsen Expedition vodka, designed to honour an expedition to the South Pole that took place in 1911.

The result is a light blue bottle, which has been manufactured from feeder coloured glass.

It features a mould embossment all over the body, to resemble ice bricks.

Additional embossing on the front and left side of the bottle is a reminder of the date of the historical expedition to the South Pole and its exact geographical position.

It was an exciting challenge for Stolzle Czestochowa, the Polish production site of the Glass Group, which proved its technical expertise in the field of mould maintenance.

This was continuously required in order to ensure a perfect bottle shape.

Stölzle Glass Group specialises in producing high-end glass containers for its Prestige Spirits and Perfumery & Cosmetics divisions.

With headquarters located in Austria, the Group consists of six European production plants and three in-house decoration sites.