San Pietro in Campo, Lucca, Italy

Subject type
Climate Neutral Brand
Verification date
August 2023

General info

Subject type

Climate Neutral Brand

Verification date

August 2023





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Ambrosia gin is the first zero-impact gin in Italy. Ambrosia invests in renewable energy, reuses and recycles bottles, and offsets the CO2 emissions produced. It is part of the 1% of sustainable companies in Italy!
It is produced in Distilleria Indie in San Pietro in Campo, Barga, the first carbon-neutral distillery.
Thanks to the delicate flavour of sage and rosemary from the Tuscan Apennines, Ambrosia has a premium taste that expresses delicate, Mediterranean scents on the nose.

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‘Ambrosia: our commitment to a more sustainable and eco-friendly drinking experience’

Saverio Bertagni &
Francesco Marcucci

Annual carbon emissions

GHG Scope 1

22,55 tCO2e

GHG Scope 2

0,00 tCO2e

GHG Scope 3

24,56 tCO2e

Total emissions

47,11 tCO2e

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Scope 1 emissions include direct emissions from sources owned or controlled by the company. This could include on-site energy and fuel used in company-owned machines or vehicles.
Scope 2 emissions include indirect emissions from purchased energy, such as electricity, steam, heat or cooling.
Scope 3 emissions include upstream and downstream emissions in the value chain, such as emissions from suppliers and customers.

carbon offset strategy

Total offset emissions

21 tCO2e

Total Expenditures in Carbon Credits


Total emissions

48 tonnes CO2e 

The company committed to offset the remaining 27 tonnes CO2e by the end of 2023. 

Climate projects mix:

Forest preservation – 15 tonnes CO2e

Water purifier – 6 tonnes CO2e

Projects founded – info

Unitor REDD+

This project is watching over animals, plants, and how healthy the forest is. They’re also measuring how much carbon the trees store and develops income alternatives for the mining communities.

This project protects forests located in one of the regions with the highest deforestation rate in the Amazon Biome: the municipality of Lábrea, in Amazonas. Before this project the area was losing many trees – around 0.81% each year. This is like losing 194 soccer fields of trees yearly. Cattle-raising was the main reason.

Discover more here.

Mekong Project water purifier

The Mekong Project provides portable water purifiers to rural communities along the Mekong River Delta, improving the environment and health. By eliminating the need to burn wood to boil water, pollution and deforestation are greatly reduced.

In rural Vietnam, 71% of families boil water using inefficient stoves, which is expensive and harmful to health. By removing the need for firewood and boiling, the project reduces pollution, indoor air issues, and deforestation, benefiting people’s health and easing the burden of firewood collection.

Discover more here.

Each carbon credit represents 1 metric ton of CO2e removed from the planet.
Simply put, carbon credits allow you to invest money in climate change solutions. 

Reduction strategy

Reduction pledges will be loaded soon. 
Come back to discover the Ambrosia team’s reduction promises!


Returnable glass implementation

Through their returnable glass activity, as a production plant, they are able to reduce their emissions by not having to buy new glass for their products.
This will allow them to avoid the costs and emissions associated with the production, decoration and transport of glass, thus supporting a circular economy project.

Emissions expected to be saved:

1,01 tonnes of CO2e

Emission category:

 Purchased goods and services

4,8% reduction of the category

By when the target is expected to be reached:

12 months 


E-VAN deliveries

The company will insert 1 electric company vehicle to enable them to develop their zero-impact deliveries.

Emissions expected to be saved:

2,6 tonnes of CO2e per year 

Emission category:

Transportation of materials, products, waste, and employees

11,53% reduction of the category

By when the target is expected to be reached:

24 months 


Title of the Pledge

Description 150 words

Emissions expected to be saved:

X tonnes of CO2e

Emission category:

Row material purchased

X% reduction of the category

By when the target is expected to be reached:

May 2024

(or commitments) are specific, measurable, assignable, realistic goals with a date by which they must be implemented.
Pledges must target corporate emissions categories (scope 1, scope 2, and scope 3) as described in the certification guidelines.

People responsible for Climate Neutrality​

Saverio Bertagni

COO of Ambrosia

Francesco Marcucci

CEO of Ambrosia

Additional documentation

Certification of Truth, Accuracy and Completeness from “name of the Organization”

Climate Neutrality compliance scheme

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