Organic gin made in Scottland

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The Botanist gin is a fully natural gin made from endemic plants from the Inner Hebrides, off Scotland.

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Visit of the cellars of an organic champagne house, using sign language

champagne-de-sousa-small.jpgThe De Sousa champagne is organic and biodynamic certified. The brand has put online videos describing the manufacturing process of its champagne in sign language and will offer guided visits of its cellars also in sign language from Summer 2022.

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Organic yule log, made by a pastry chef and a designer

buche-Benoit-Castel-Matali-Crasset-small.pngThe committed pastry chef Benoît Castel has partnered with the designer Matali Crasset to invent an organic yule log looking like an African totem: this unique and unusual creation links the traditional family fest to the sculpture, set up in the centre of the village, which federates and unites communities.

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Hand-braided tea flowers and lithography painted with earth-based pigments

Christmas-tea-box-small.jpgFor Christmas, LA.BR offers tea flowers hand-braided by craftsmen in the Yunnan Province of China in a box with an original lithography by Marta Abbott, painted with pigments found in nature. The cases are manufactured in a limited edition.

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Sculpted biodegradable Ruinart's second skin case for magnum bottle, in a limited edition

Ruinart-magnum-second-skin-small.jpgFor the festive season, Ruinart offers twenty magnum bottles of Champagne in a limited and numbered edition, whose second skin packagings have been sculpted by the artist Antonin Anzil. Each piece depicts a part of the historic vineyard that has just been converted to agroforestry.

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Organic vegan jams and sauces made by hand

Delices-Ogresse-small.jpgAfter having worked as an historian and a documentary maker where she travelled extensively in war zones, Ranwa Stephan makes vegan jams, pâtés and sauces by herself, whose receipts come from all over the world.

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Limited edition of edible sculptures made with honey from the Château de Chambord on sale from September 17, 2021

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The Pastry Chef Sébastien Gaudard has created a scupture in the form of a bee nest made with honey harvested from the park of the Château de Chambord. Named La Ruche (The Hive), it is on sale in a limited edition in Parisian shops of the Pastry Chef.

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