A non-alcoholic drink that tastes smokey and complex.
This week, we've spotted a Swedish non-alcoholic drink, regenerative and biodegradable foodware, and a psychedelic puzzle brand from Italy.
We also came across Via Maris (via amazing Emily Singer), a brand that's giving traditional Jewish objects, such as chanukiahs and mezuzah scrolls, a design-forward makeover. It's an example of what appears to be a wider, but still very much emerging, trend to update religious goods and services to reflect modern tastes. Another online brand, Niyya, launched last year and makes multi-purpose prayer mats that can also be used as a fashion or home accessory. Meanwhile, Hackney Church in London has spent the past three years rethinking its brand identity. In September, it launched a slick new look that feels more e-commerce than ecclesiastical.
A brand that's designing traditional Jewish object for modern tastes.
A competitive card game that's all about growing cannabis.
An all-in-one bike seat and baby stroller from Sweden.
Foodware, including straws, cutlery and takeaway boxes, made from regenerative materials.
Psychedelic 500-piece puzzles, made in Italy
Canned cocktails with all the ingredients listed on the label.