Want To Be Moved By The Holy Spirit?

I’ve got a competition for you all. Some friends of mine have a new business venture starting up and they need your help. First the background story:

The Milk & Honey Distillery

It is widely believed that the Scots learned the art of distilling during the Crusades. Once back in Scotland the techniques evolved over time and became what we know today as whisky.

It is now 1000 years after the Scots took a cutting edge technique and turned it into a tradition. At The Milk & Honey Distillery we are dedicated to bringing this Scottish innovation back to its source. The time has come to make a traditional whisky in the Holy Land.

The Milk & Honey Distillery is the first artisan whisky distillery in the land of Israel. The finest ingredients and the most traditional craft will create a whisky with a purer spirit. Some might even call it a holy spirit.

What they would like help with is a logo. You can find the details in the PDF linked below but there is ₪1000 on offer (and probably a dram or two). You can also follow their progress via their Facebook page.

The Milk & Honey Distillery Competition Announcement and Brief

I’m looking forward to extensively testing their product and reporting on it when it’s ready.

About Brian of London

Brian of London is not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy. Since making aliyah in 2009, Brian has blogged at Israellycool. Brian's interests include electric cars, world peace and an end to world hunger. Besides blogging here, Brian of London now writes at the Times of Israel. Brian of London also hosted Shire Network News

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  • Jim from Iowa

    Here’s a great idea, Brian. I don’t know if you remember that old logo of the soft drink “Mountain Dew” – it has a couple of hillbilly moonshiners jumping for joy around the Mountain Dew name. Just photoshop the hillbillies into something resembling cast members of “Fiddler On The Roof” call it something like “Nectar of Moses” and you’ve got a sure-fire winner. Unless, of course, the product makes you go blind.

  • Norman B.

    Actually, the Scots learned the art of distilling whiskey from the Irish, who are also the source of kilts and bagpipes. Be that as it may, I would suggest as a logo sheaves of wheat and barley, both of which are native to Israel.

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