Riding your bike to work, wasting less water or helping plant trees are all excellent ways to observe Earth Day.
But tonight, you should also toast the health of our planet. So, mix up one of these eco-friendly cocktails.
Not only are these drinks green, but they're also tasty. In fact, they're so good, you may want to celebrate Earth Day year-round.
Square One Spirits' certified-organic vodka is made from American rye and water fresh from the Teton Range in Wyoming. Try it in this sweet-and-sour blueberry concoction that has a nice herbal finish, created by Liquor.com advisor H. Joseph Ehrmann.View recipe: Country Thyme
One percent of all revenue earned by Wisconsin-based Death's Door Spirits is donated to local environmental charities. And the company's gin, vodka and white whiskey are made using ingredients that are almost all organic and grown in the state. This bubbly and sophisticated cocktail combines the gin with the bitter Italian amaro Averna.View recipe: Tazza di Vita
Börje Karlsson, the "father" of Absolut Vodka, recently created a new liquor: Karlsson's Gold. One of the brand's goals is to help Swedish potato farmers stave off real estate developers. The earthy vodka is made from seven different varieties of spuds and has a unique savory note that works in this spring cocktail.View recipe: Sunset Gold
Made from the super-fruit açai, VeeV is one of the greenest spirits around. The company is certified carbon-neutral, the alcohol is made in a wind-powered distillery and for every bottle sold, VeeV donates $1 to rainforest-preservation causes. Try the exotic white spirit in this tasty drink made with both apple juice and apple brandy.View recipe: Adam and VeeV
This tropical refresher uses Papagayo Organic White Rum, a Paraguayan liquor that's not only certified organic, but also Fair Trade Certified. The farmers who grow the sugar cane for the brand receive a higher wage and must properly manage water and soil resources. Try it with pineapple and mint in this tart, fizzy tipple.View recipe: Pineapple Vanilla Mojito
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