The glass bottle mouth, referred to as “DOP” in the market, complies with widest glass pressure closure regulations in the liqueur and spirits sector, and is highly sensitive to counterfeiting, fraud and sabotage.
The choice of this packaging is due the need to guarantee the source of the liqueurs and avoid refilling and tampering. For this reason, we aim at providing complex anti-refillable and extraction mechanisms in our stoppers. This system also simplifies product application, allowing a higher speed through lines or the industrialization of the packaging process. Of course, it also guarantees the perfect condition of the product until its consumption.
For this packaging, dop stopper, we have two product lines: one made entirely of plastic, called Gades, and a more complex one, called Captor, offering greater value. Both cover the two standard heights of 47 and 59 millimetres respectively. Their decoration enables a greater impact on the shelf that influences the consumer’s purchase decision.
With these different options, we obtain different pouring and control levels, as well as ensuring non-refillability. We seek the best consumer experience and to influence repeat purchases. We always emphasize the correct non-drop operation, which avoids the uncontrolled spill of the product on the bottle, thereby tarnishing the user’s experience and brand image.
The long consumption time of this bottling makes consumers multiply their interactions with their product, so we must ensure functionality and maximize the user experience. At Torrent Group, we like to say that the bottle can face over 150 moments of truth.
Technically, the DOP stopper comprises several plastic parts that interact mechanically, with a seal that tears or shows when it has been opened for the first time. This mechanical assembly enables the separation of materials which owing to their composition are recyclable: aluminium, polypropylene and polyethylene. The aluminium supplied by our supplier comes from at least 90% recycled material, in part externally sourced and in part sourced from its own processes.