Nàdar gets its name from the Gaelic for ’Nature’, and employs pioneering methods in order to be the world’s first climate friendly gin
With a carbon footprint of -1.54 kg CO2e per 700ml bottle, the newly launched Nàdar Gin is at the forefront of fighting climate change and biodiversity loss, the biggest challenges humankind has ever faced. Nàdar Gin is probably the world’s first revolutionary climate positive gin. Nàdar is Gaelic for ’Nature’. Their pioneering approach uses peas to avoid carbon emissions and the leftovers are used for animal feed which offsets the carbon footprint of the pea gin, including bottling. The makers of Nàdar Gin explain the many ways the revolutionary drink is made to be nature friendly
Arbikie Distillery is a genuine field to bottle operation. The spirits are made from scratch on-site from field to bottle and retain the evocative taste of the unique environment.
They grow their own crops, juniper and botanicals, use our own water. They are also expanding the use of solar energy. All the primary waste products are recycled wherever possible, like as cattle feed or used as a natural fertilizer.
The distillery conducts almost all stages of production on site. Every crop in their spirits can be traced to its original field.
The mission is to set new standards in the industry with an aim to soon be the first climate positive distillery in the world.
It’s exciting to see carbon negative solutions coming up by influencing various industries and making
small changes that will hopefully, one day, start a revolution worldwide.