Pentire joins burgeoning non-alcoholic spirits category



28 November 2019

Cornwall-based Pentire has become the latest company to join the growing world of alcohol-free spirits, with the launch of Pentire Adrift.

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

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