Bottled Air From the English Moors is Being Retailed for $116

The English moors are one of the most scenic places on earth and Englishman Leo De Watts has begun marketing off the location's fresh and calming atmosphere.

While some people are content with a postcard from the English moors, Leo De Watts is taking the breathtaking experience to new heights. Leo and his family are air farmers and have been collecting air from "fertile lush pastures and wild untouched meadows." Packaging air from Dorset, Somerset, Wales, Wiltshire, and Yorkshire, the family has begun marketing their unique product and retailing it for $116.

The product is gaining major popularity in China while the entire premise of production is to highlight the issues of pollution. The De Watts family intends to use some of the profits for environmental campaigns.