Scottish distillery debuts 'climate positive' vodka

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Arbikie distillery in Arbroath claims that its Nadar Vodka is "climate positive"
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Arbikie distillery in Arbroath claims that its Nadar Vodka is "climate positive"

Using peas enables the vodka to save more carbon emissions than it produces, according to the Arbroath-based distillery that created it

A Scottish distillery has designed a pea-based "climate positive" vodka that it claims creates a carbon saving of 1.53kg CO2e per 700ml bottle - a reduction in emissions that more than offsets the CO2...

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