To celebrate Exeter Chiefs’ double victory of the Gallagher Premiership trophy and the Heineken Champions Cup this year, Exeter based Two Drifters have launched a NEW bespoke 40% Spiced Pineapple Rum.
As with all of Two Drifters rums, this new rum will be made with a carbon negative footprint so Chiefs fans can celebrate this momentous occasion whilst helping the planet. Available exclusively from Exeter Chiefs Trading Post shop at Sandy Park and www.exeterchiefs.co.uk (RRP £44.95).
Commenting on this new partnership, Two Drifters co-founder Russ Wakeham says: “We’re delighted to produce a second rum for Exeter Chiefs, we’re so proud of our local team and thought it was only right to mark this incredible triumph.” He continues: “Made from 100% UK refined molasses and purified Devon water, this 40% Spiced Pineapple Rum delivers a tropical punch with fresh pineapple, sweet caramel and spiced vanilla notes. We recommend serving over ice with cola and a squeeze of lime, or for a ‘Tropical Mai Tai‘ shake up 4 tbsp of rum, 1 tsp grenadine, 85mls pineapple juice with 4 tbsp orange juice and ice and enjoy!”
Co-founder Gemma Wakeham, continues: “Although it’s been a strange year, we’ve had some positive news as recently hit our crowdfunding target within three hours of launch! We’re now stocked in John Lewis and Virgin Wines and were recently commended as ‘Green Company of the Year’ at the Spirits Business Green Awards. Creating this rum for the Exeter Chiefs is a great end to the year for us and a real honour as we are such huge fans.”
Launched 18 months ago outside Exeter in Devon, this forward-thinking brand has achieved colossal growth during this time and is recognised in the industry as championing sustainability and limiting impact on the environment. Born out of a passion for rum, Devon and the planet, Two Drifters is a business entirely carbon negative from field to glass and is the world’s first car. The building, equipment and van are electric and have a zero-emission tariff. Any emissions their chain does incur are offset with Direct Air Capture, working in partnership with Climeworks to convert CO2 into chalk, which can then be buried in the ground.
For further information The Exeter Chiefs visit www.exeterchiefs.co.uk