The health-conscious and ethical alcohol of your dreams has arrived
Whether you're throwing back one drink or six, it's normal to feel a bit guilty and gross after a night of drinking.
However, if you knew you were doing so in a morally ethically way it would probably alleviate some of those negative feelings.
Helping the fair trade economy while drinking alcohol that's much healthier for you (well, as healthy as it can be) at the same time? Sign us up!
FAIR, a liquor company established in 2009, is capitalizing off this concept by creating liquor made from ingredients sourced from sustainable farmers around the globe.
This includes vodka distilled from quinoa in Brazil and gin produced from juniper berries in Uzbekistan.
Take a look below to see all of the products FAIR currently offers:
Founder Alexandre Koiransky knew that the company would appeal to health-conscious and ethically concerned consumers globally, as he told CNN Money:
"Anywhere in the world you have the same people who care about what they eat and drink ... people are looking for quality ingredients different from what they know, and it is more exciting to discover them through a spirit."
FAIR's products are gluten-free and organic, which is a huge opportunity to reach drinkers who may otherwise steer clear of hard spirits.
Perhaps the best part of Koriansky's business is that he gets to form lasting relationships with farmers and outsourcers around the world, knowing that he'll get to help them while they simultaneously drive the production of his liquor:
"One rule is that once you start working with someone, you must make sure you have a system with them and a long-term relationship with them," he says.
FAIR returns 2.5 percent of its revenue to its producers in order to support the local market.
The company currently sells liquor in 20 different countries, with around 15,000 cases per year.
As the company's website boasts:
"We're happy, the farmers are happy, and we're sure you'll be happy with our FAIR Spirits."
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