SUSTAINABLE cocktails that have a positive impact on the environment are being displayed in a new collaboration.
Zero Waste Scotland and the Glasgow Science Centre are teaming up to help Scots learn how to master cocktail-making, the environmentally friendly way.
Food and drink expert Richard Kenny will be giving a free virtual display on how to make suitable drinks this Friday.
Classical cocktails and even newly designed ones can contribute to a negative environmental impact
The new masterclass says that it is designed to call time on unsustainable serves.
On Saturday, 20 February, food and drink expert Richard Kenny will host a free virtual make along showing cocktail lovers how to create sustainable drinks at home.
Carbon-busting cocktails will include ‘The COP-tail 26’, made using sustainable gin, and a spin on a classic, ‘Zero Waste Woo Woo’ made with leftover fruit.
Scotland’s new wave folk band, Tide Lines, will provide entertainment and the evening’s soundtrack.
The virtual event is part of the Glasgow Science Centre’s digital science festival weekend, Curious About Our Planet, taking place 18 – 20 February.
The free Sustainable Cocktail Making Class takes place at 8pm on Saturday, 20 February, for more information and to register: