Glass bottles might look great, be cost efficient and seem easy enough to recycle, but glass manufacturing is a full-on carbon intensive process. For every kilogram of glass produced ~1kg of CO2e is emitted. The weight of glass bottles also increases the associated emissions of transportation.
To combat this in their own no-frills way, East London Liquor have rolled out their Project Refill™ programme. These 10L High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) containers massively cut the relative weight per unit, take up less space than their x14 bottle equivalent and come at a more cost-efficient price point.
Perfect for speed-rail friendly spirits, just refill existing empty bottles with the booze from your Project Refill™ jerry. Once it’s empty, every component can be curbside recycled. Simple.Smooth and creamy in taste and bold in spirit, it’s made from 100% British wheat. Equally amazing with a bit of soda, in a martini or chilled on its own. ‘Nuff said.
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