In honour of world cocktail day (yes that’s a thing), we’re sharing our top tips for sustainable cocktail making at home, PLUS our top 5 sustainable bars in London.
Our top tips for making cocktails sustainably at home!
Be plastic free!
Try to make your cocktails without any plastic. This means buying mixer that comes in recyclable glass bottles and ditching plastic straws and stirrings for metal. Also, if you’re going to use a shaker, make sure you opt for reusable metal one or use a Jam jar or reusable coffee cup instead.
Dry them out
Dehydrated fruit is ideal for making cocktail garnishes. The process will significantly increase the shelf life of perishable fruits and reduce the amount of food waste. Just be cautious of using non-energy efficient equipment to
Looking to go out for cocktails? We’ve got you covered with our top 5 sustainable bars in London
They have their own vegetable patch and herb garden where they grow their ingredients to infuse their cocktails with!
This is London first fully vegan pub! With an emphasis on minimal waste for all their food and drinks and even the interior fixtures are all also plant based.
This pubs craft beer has no carbon footprint! They use a unique closed loop system in which waste grains from brewing are fed to fish, the waste is then used to fertilise plants in the on-site garden, which grows herbs, fruits and vegetables.
Britains first organic pub, serving biodynamic wines, carbon negative brews and botanical spirits. Even the interiors are kitted out head to toe in up-cycled furniture.
What’s your favourite go to cocktail?