If you are all about sustainability in agriculture, this is the Vodka for you. Produced from ripe discarded coffee fruit. Yes, coffee fruit. Which in turns helps farmers using agriculture that would be tossed aside. There is no caffeine in the vodka, and it does not taste of coffee. Being distilled from fruits gives the vodka a beautiful roundness on the palate.
Good Liquorworks turned to the Dutch company Ecochain, which analyzed its supply chain. “Because we’re diverting this coffee fruit from ending up in rivers, where it becomes methane gas, which is incredibly polluting, the bottle ends up saving 15.76 kilograms of CO2 emissions per bottle,” Byrne says. That’s a sharp contrast to the usual alcohol, which, according to one study, tends to generate greenhouse-gas emissions of .73 to 2.37 kilograms for every liter.