Greenall’s Gin is handcrafted by England’s oldest gin distillery, G&J Distillers, the original pioneers of gin. In 2022 Greenall’s was one of a handful of brands to launch an eco-friendly paper bottle as part of their Greener Greenall’s campaign. A feature by lifestyle columnist Riccha Grrover for Asian Lite International.
Greenall’s Gin makes for a classic gin at an affordable price and presented in an eco friendly paper bottle is a great gin to enjoy over the festive period or a gift to those looking to be kinder to the planet.
The 70 cl paper bottle is made from 94% recycled paperboard which reduces weight, carbon footprint and water usage. The brand has also partnered with climate action organisation Ecologi, and are planting a tree in an area of need for every paper bottle sold worldwide, to help regenerate woodlands and improve biodiversity.
Alongside this, the distillery is proud of it’s sustainable strategy and is now running on 100% renewable energy from offshore wind farms. 100% of all the distillery waste is recycled and general waste is converted into electricity to power homes whilst their botanical waste is composted for use by local farmers and unused botanicals are donated to local businesses for reuse.
Greenall’s Original London Dry Gin is available in 70 cl Paper and Glass Format
A classic, crisp, well rounded and juniper-led gin, Greenall’s Gin is distilled by female Master Distiller Joanne Moore and her team using the same eight botanicals that Thomas Dakin used in 1761. Greenall’s Original London Gin is the perfect base for mixing cocktails and makes a very English Gin and Tonic. Greenall’s is also gluten free.
Nose: Rounded juniper notes and mature citrus flavours, which are fresh and punchy; finishing with woody, earthy aromas and warm spice
Taste: Silky smooth opening that develops into rich camphor and citrus taste with underlying eastern spice
Finish: A lasting finish with delicate bitterness and residual sweetness.
Their new paper bottle is made from 94% paper board so it reduces weight, carbon footprint and water usage. So, with each refreshing sip of your G&T, you’re not only tasting something good, you’re doing something good.