These are crisp, clear spirits produced in the UK in a climate-positive manner. What's not to love?
Sapling vodka earned a place in the GQ 'World's Best Vodka' list, and it's hard to disagree. It's a gorgeous vodka which avoids the harshness of some of the cheaper alternatives, meaning it goes down smooth on its own or with a cube of ice. You can also enjoy it as a longer drink without overpowering it with fruit juices, although it still makes for a classy cocktail base.
The grain used for the Sapling gin is produced by a nearby company called Wildfarmed, who farm it in a way which allows the land to use up more CO2 and help to restore the land to a natural carbon sink. It's all very technical and beneficial to the planet, but what's equally important is the taste. Lovers of gin will notice it's a classically floral and herbal concoction, and the climate-positive production means that it goes down even more smooth.
This is guilt-free booze that's good for the environment, your wallet and your tastebuds. As well as a clean distilling and farming process, Sapling also plants a tree for each bottle sold and lets you track your tree's growth in the English forest. Just another way they're helping clean up the industry.