The packaging combines 3 trending styles, black and white, matte, and illustration, to give the product a mysterious and alluring energy. The etched and detailed illustrations are printed on matte white bottles and wrapped with a black labelled ribbon. The ribbon is delicately lined with the slightest amount of colour, to help break the monotone look without bringing too much attention to the colour itself. The black and white scheme is continued as the white crate is slipped with a minimal black sleeve. The name, as well as the ghostly design, refers to the biblical “Garden of Eden.” With the product being as transcendental as it is, there is a mischievous quality to it that can be compared to the snake and the apple in the myth.