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Scottish distillery Arbikie create ‘world's first' climate positive gin made with garden peas

1 month ago   |   By Scotsman

Named Nàdar, which means nature in Gaelic, the new gin is thought to be the world's first climate positive gin made from peas.
A revolutionary spirit for the drinks industry, with a carbon footprint of -1.54 kg CO 2 e per 700ml bottle, it is at the forefront of the fight against climate change and biodiversity loss - the biggest challenges humankind has ever faced.
Nàdar is the result of five years of research, through Master Distiller, Kirsty Black's, PhD studentship between Abertay University and The James Hutton Institute.
How is it carbon neutral?
The climate positive gin avoids more...
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Scientists create world's first 'climate-positive' gin using garden peas

Scientists create world's first 'climate-positive' gin using garden peas

1 month ago   |   By The Independent

Each bottle results in a carbon footprint of -1.54kg carbon dioxide
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