The botanical blend, which was created by former surf instructor Alistair Frost, is said to be inspired by plants native to the Cornish coastline.
‘Pentire is a celebration of the plant life found on our surrounding headlands,’ said Frost. ‘An incredible range of botanicals grow here due to a unique combination of favourable climate, soil pH, and air moisture.’
Pentire Adrift includes a blend of ingredients such as rock samphire, sea purslane, sage, and sea rosemary. It is free from added sugar, artificial colours and artificial flavourings.
The company donates a percentage of proceeds to local sea conservation charities. The brand currently has listings at restaurants including Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, Prawn on the Lawn and Paul Ainsworth at Number 6.
RRP £26.80/70cl, Pentire