Cacao font family
Designed by Gert Wiescher
Since I am a vervent lover of cocoa, I will give you my recipe for a normal coffee mug full of delicious hot cocoa. Mix three heaped teaspoons of sugar with one and a half to two teaspoons of finest cocoa powder. Then add a little cold milk, stir, add a little cold milk, stir, and so on until you have a mushy creamy consistency. Now slowly add - always stirring - boiling hot water til the cup is almost full. Top with a little liquid cream and enjoy!
If you have a package design job, use my Cacao font and stir in some creativity.
PS.: In the meantime I found out, that the original typeface dates back to 1895 and was called »Gloria«. The designer is unknown.
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