News, 29.02.2016

Fresh from the source

For 35 years, “Sarajevski kiseljak” sparkling mineral water was sold in glass bottles with crown cork mouth. Now, however, the green bottles made at Vetropack’s Croatian plant in Hum na Sutli come with a screw cap on top.

The Agrokor Group has replaced the entire range of containers for its Sarajevski kiseljak mineral water, with the old green glass bottles with a crown cork mouth now consigned to history. The new versions are still made of green glass, but they now come with a screw cap, while the angled edge that used to accentuate the shoulder area has now been rounded off so that it flows smoothly into the lower part of the bottle.

The 1 litre and 0.25 litre bottles are produced by the expert glassmakers at Vetropack Straža and the revamped model is in line with the current standards of the hospitality industry. It reflects both contemporary and traditional design and will grace any table with its film-star looks. After all, the advertisements for this mineral water from Sarajevo feature none other than Croatian film, TV and theatre actor Rade Šerbedžija, the founder of Ulysses Theatre, who is known in international circles for his supporting roles in films such as “Mission: Impossible II” and “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”.