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10 Sustainability Tips for the At-Home Bartender (www.gobourbon.com)

10 Sustainability Tips for the At-Home Bartender

We’re all about getting the most out of our bourbon – pouring to the last drop, upcyling empty bottles in creative and useful ways, and most importantly, making memories with friends that last a lifetime. It’s easy to avoid waste if you’re drinking neat or on the rocks, but there are tons of creative ways to incorporate fruit and veggie scraps that would normally get tossed to make simple, more sustainable craft cocktails.

Bartender and Tennessee Native Carley Gaskin has paired up with Bulleit and Cocktail Courier to bring us ten great tips for making your home bar more friendly to Mother Earth. If you need some help getting started, try Gaskin’s “Sip of Paradise” cocktail kit – a bright pineapple and citrus bourbon sipper that will have you thinking spring right away.

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