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A very essential aspect of a drink is its personality – the kind of target market/ audience that will drink that beverage. Thus, if the logo has a teacup in it, it symbolizes something homely, preferred generally by people who are looking for a comforting, relaxing drink. On the flip side, brand personalities of cold beverages are usually more energetic, as you can see from the Mountain Dew logo where the name has been arranged in the logo to resemble the shape of a bolt of lightning, symbolizing its energizing potential
Coffee & Tea Brands
This means that whatever is the color of the main drink you offer, the logo should have a shade of that color. That explains why most coffee and tea house logos have shades of brown in them. Mountain Dew is another example where the base green color matches with the green color of the drink. Similarly, most orange juice companies usually have orange logos. Such a strategy, though not always necessary, establishes recognition and association with a certain brand of drinks.
Food & Refreshment Vendors
Last, but not the least, your logo should be so designed that just by looking at it, the customer is drawn into a mood of refreshment and relaxation. It should make them instantly want to have the drink. Choosing the right symbols, colors and text styles help ensure this. You can do a double check by showing the logo to a few people and see if they find it inviting enough or not. These are some pro-tips on designing logos for drink companies
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