Your Christmas Sustainable Gift Guide

It's 2022, and we all need to be doing a little bit better in making sure our gifts are sustainable. For example, the Botanist Planter Gift Pack shown above, has an insert that’s designed to be used as a herb planter, and it’s made from recycled plastic and fully recyclable. What's more, the Botanist is B-Corp certified, which means it’s a business for good too.  

For the Whisky Lover

The Singleton 12 Years Old Single Malt is considered one of world’s best tasting Single Malt Scotch Whiskies. Initially introduced into the South East Asian market, it is perfect for the festive season, with hints of apples and sherry on the nose, and a creamy dark chocolate and toffee sweetness on the palate. A fine and lingering finish and the perfect accompaniment to any festive meal. 

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For the Eco-Minded Gin Lover

Procera Gin is distilled in Nairobi, Kenya, at 1638 metres above sea level. It’s the world’s first gin to use Juniperus Procera, which is harvested just 70 km from the distillery. Capturing the terroir of the African continent in every sip, this gin is one of the most luxurious gins you can purchase in Hong Kong.

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For the Pinot Noir Lover

Villa Maria EarthGarden Pinot Noir is organically grown with wildflower gardens between the vineyard rows and regenerative viticulture, to keep New Zealand’s soils healthy and ecosystems thriving. This wine is brimming with the complexity and character of organically grown Marlborough vineyards.

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For all the Fussy Friends!

If you can't decide on a single bottle, or you know that your friends would like a choice - then our Green Bottle Co. Bundle Builder is for you. Choose from our carefully curated selection of products, put them into a plastic free bottle box, and ship your gift direct.

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