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The FAIRest Craft Spirits In All The Land

The FAIRest Craft Spirits In All The Land

About FAIR 

FAIR, the first and only liquor brand that's Fairtrade certified, was founded by Alexandre Koiransky with ethical principles of sustainability and fair wages as its mission. FAIR craft spirit manufacturing is based out of France, but they proudly source their products and ingredients from farmers across the world, including Bolivia and Uzbekistan. 

What Makes FAIR Unique? 

The Fairtrade certification would be the obvious answer to what makes FAIR unique, but there's more to this craft spirit brand's ideology than just official certification. FAIR gives back a whopping 10% of their profits to the farmers that supply them with fresh produce, showing a genuine commitment to supporting farmers and sustainability in a constantly developing economy.

Not only that, founder Alexandre Koiransky maintains personal relationships with quinoa farmers in Bolivia and juniper berry farmers in Uzbekistan, among others, in line with his personal and corporate mission: ensuring that those who need it most at the bottom of the spirit supply chain are getting a FAIR deal. 

FAIR Products Available to Buy Online at

Passionfruit Liqueur

passionfruit liqueur FAIR

Quinoa Vodka

quinoa vodka FAIR

Cafe Liqueur 

FAIR cafe liqueur

Juniper Gin

FAIR Juniper Gin

Belize Rum XO

FAIR Belize Rum

Kumquat Triple Sec

Kumquat Triple Sec FAIR spirits

Ginger Liqueur

FAIR Ginger Liqueur

Espresso Martini Cocktail Recipe

espresso martini with mint leaf garnish, sitting on a pile of coffee beans


  • 1 oz FAIR Café Liqueur
  • 1.5 oz FAIR Quinoa Vodka
  • 1 shot of espresso, room temperature or chilled


  • Chill a martini glass with ice or by putting it in the fridge. 
  • Pour the vodka, liqueur, and shot of espresso, along with ice, into a cocktail shaker.
  • Shake and empty the cocktail shaker into the glass.
  • Garnish with coffee beans, shaved chocolate, or mint leaves.


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