There are two things Sapling loves: great spirits and the natural world. When you choose Sapling you will enjoy both a delicious homegrown vodka and making the world a better place.
Trees Planted: 18,254
Sapling is a lovely vodka. Its clean, creamy, and smooth with a touch of sweetness that lends itself beautifully to a martini, vodka tonic, or on the rocks.
Made in the heart of London, Sapling use local ingredients to reduce transport emissions. It is four times distilled from 100% British wheat with charcoal filtered, de-ionised water. The high starch content of the wheat leaves the fresh finish and a hint of natural sweetness that makes Sapling so easy to drink.
We love working with like minded establishments. Whether it's a pub, bar, event company, independent retailer, or pop up shop, we are honoured to help provide world class cocktails and plant trees all over the country. Here are some of our favourite spots. Give us a shout if you want to join the Sapling community.
Planting trees is not just about absorbing carbon dioxide, although this is by no means unimportant! We look for projects that give a bit more. Whether they are enhancing mental health in inner cities, or increasing biodiversity around the countryside, we are still discovering just how cool tress can be.
Urban Planting London
We want our projects to be up close and personal, so you can sip on a cocktail in your favourite bar in the knowledge that we are planting locally and enhancing your local community.
Our London projects span the city from East to West, with orchards planted throughout the city. We even have some fruit trees as central as Elephant and Castle!
Urban Planting Bristol
Sapling and Bristol get on pretty well. Just saying. So much so that we have over 15 projects across Bristol in partnership with the council. If you're ever in town and have a moment to spare, get yourself down to Napier Miles, Brislington, or Glyn Vale for some cocktails and tree-hugging.
When we say that we are still discovering how cool trees are, agroforestry wins the 'wow I didn't know that trees could do that' award. As well sucking up carbon, the trees that we plant on monoculture farms can bring up to 60 species of insect and bird back. They make the soil much more healthy and in turn make your food more nutritious. The positive effect they have on the surrounding ecosystem is huge.
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Remember what we were saying about trees being about more than just carbon absorption? We've teamed up with the High Atlas foundation in Morocco who are committed to bring people out of poverty and getting women into the workplace through planting fruit trees in rural areas. The tree planting is used to develop relationships with the locals and the fruits are sold by rural communities for profit.