Top 10 most famous brands of alcohol and their logos

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Top 10 most famous brands of alcohol and their logos
The popularity of alcohol beverage brands takes into account different aspects, even such exotic as the quantity and quality of the counterfeits. However, the most important factors are still the reviews of connoisseurs, specialists, and wine merchants, world fame, the volume of supplies to the market. We are glad to present the most famous logos of alcohol companies around the world.

10. Jägermeister

Jägermeister logo
Strong herbal liqueurs of Lower Saxony first saw the light in 1935. The recipe was created by Kurt Mast. Its 56 ingredients included rhizomes, bark. Unusual flavor of this drink forms the basis for numerous cocktails.

9. Perrier Jouet

Perrier Jouet logo
Vintage seasoned champagne. The non-vintage cuvé ripens in barrels, after the bottling it passes the second stage of fermentation. This family company was founded in 1811 by Pierre-Nicola Perrier.

8. Patron

Patron logo
The tequila of 10 varieties produced of blue agave juice. The time of aging and the combinations of sublimation vary. Based on the initial product, 3 types of liqueurs 30–350 strong are produced. The company was founded by John Paul DeJoria in 1989.

7. Moët & Chandon

Moët & Chandon logo
Elite champagne produced by Claude Moet has been sold since 1743. The composition: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay. It was delivered to the French royal court. Brut Imperial brand is still supplied to the court of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain. The volume of sales is 16 million bottles a year.

6. Ballantine’s Finest

Ballantine’s Finest logo
Blended Scotch whiskey. The first batch was made in 1827 by George Balantaine. The mixture is composed of 57 alcohols. The product line is represented by 6 brands with a mild difference of tastes. The maturing lasts for 12-40 years.

5. Baileys

Baileys logo
Light creamy liqueur based on Irish 3-distilled whiskey. The assortment of 8 varieties is supplemented by the ninth, non-alcoholic beverage. The company was founded in 1974.

4. Bacardí

Bacardí logo
In 1862, thanks to Facundo Bacardi this Cuban rum starts turning from a moonshine into a noble drink. The expansion on the American and European markets took 150 years. 7 basic varieties of 2-8-year maturing drink supplemented vodka, whiskey, tequila, gin, and vermouth.

3. Hennessy

Hennessy logo
 The drink was created by Captain Richard Hennessy in 1765 and named after the city of Cognac. Since 1865, the age is designated by stars. The assemblage of 13 traditional and special cognacs includes alcohols of 2-200 years old. The ensemble is made up of 40-100 components. 

2. Smirnoff

Smirnoff logo
Elite vodka without bitterness of fusel oils was created by breeder Peter Smirnov in 1863. Smirnov brand acquired its French spelling in 1924 in Lviv. It is represented by 14 main varieties.

1. Johnnie Walker

Johnnie Walker logo
Blended malt whiskey, created by Alexander Walker in 1867. The maturing lasts 3-5 years for peaty Red Label, 40 varieties of Black Label are kept for 12-15 years to mature. Among the 6 colors of labels, the blue one is the most expensive, with the age of the components up to 50 years.

Rating position Trademark Right holder company Type of drink Alcohol Basic material Country of manufacturer
10 Jägermeister Mast-Jägermeister SE Liquor 350 Herbs Germany
9 Perrier Jouet Maison Perrier-Jouët
Belle Epoque
Champagne brut 120 Grapes France
8 Patron The Patron Spirits Company Tequila 400 Agave Mexico
7 Moët & Chandon Moët & Chandon Champagne 120 Grapes France
6 Ballantine’s Finest Pernod Ricard Whisky 40–430 Barley Scotland
5 Baileys Diageo Liquor 170 Whisky, cream Ireland
4 Bacardí Bacardi Limited Rum 35–75,50 Sugarcane Bermuda
3 Hennessy LVMH, Diageo Cognac 400 Grapes France
2 Smirnoff (Смирновъ) LVMH, Diageo Vodka 400 Wheat Russia
1 Johnnie Walker Diageo whiskey 40–430 Barley malt Scotland