While both bottles are tall and almost a slender pear shape, the pour tops are very different. International Delight's pour tends to be messy, the cream catches in the cap so when you open it your hit by a slight squirt, and the cream usually glops instead of pours out smoothly.
But to my delight (international delight), I just learned that International Delight just redesigned their bottle addressing and fixing all the concerns I just mentioned and making it look more Euro-modern. Reports say the redesign will save the $1 million a year in production costs. Hey, maybe they will lower the cost of their cream now. They listened to their consumers on the redesign. Any chance they'll listen to a consumer on the price? One can only dream.
With the redesign I will buy International Design and give it another try.
Looks like during the product redesign a little logo redesign occurred. The G swirling into a coffee cup on the old product seems not to have transferred onto the new product.