A restaurant in Mayfair, London, has created what it believes is the world’s ‘most sustainable cocktail’ – even the cup can be consumed
The drink, Blossom, contains 30ml of organic vodka, which has been infused with purple carrot peel that was previously destined for Quaglino’s restaurant’s compost bin. Jasmine rice milk and off-cut mandarin cordial are also part of the mix, and it is contained within a homemade pasta cup.
Apart from those that come from the restaurant’s waste bin, all ingredients are locally sourced, said bar manager Marco Sangion.
Image: Quaglino’s Bar
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