Ngwenya Recycled Glass Pitcher & Whiskey Tumblers
Whiske(y) me away.
Serving up your next summer cocktail in this set of whiskey tumblers and matching glass pitcher. They’re made of 100% recycled glass, but are remarkably lightweight, thin, clear and free of bubbles (this is actually pretty hard to do with recycled glass). That’s because the craftspeople who made this barware have been at it for years. Swedish Aid opened this factory in Swaziland in 1979, which is still operating and employs over 70 people. The good gets even better: They recycle glass, paper, fuel, and water, plus they also lead programs teaching children about caring for the environment.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
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How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
It might become your summer standard, too.
The fruit kind, not the kind with roots.
Homemade ginger beer should be fizzy, zingy, and actually gingery—and you can make it with items you already have lying around the house.