Pentire Adrift 3 x 70cl Bundle
You can’t get more Cornish than Pentire. Produced, from foraged native botanicals to bottle, in North Cornwall’s idyllic Port Isaac, this smooth, unique non-alcoholic spirit is made entirely from scratch. The secret behind creating Pentire Adrift, is the recipe of five Cornish botanicals – rock samphire, sage, citrus, sea salt and Pentire plant blend.
The result is a delicate, soft flavour, fragrant aroma and a slight tang on the finish. One sip and you’ll be brought to the Cornish coast with this fresh, easy drinking crowd-pleaser. Get ready to raise a toast to the adventurous.
3 x 70cl bottles of Pentire Adrift
How to serve: Pour 50ml of Pentire Adrift with tonic or soda water, finishing off with a citrus peel. Can also be enjoyed in your favourite cocktails.
All the power and beauty of Cornwall... in a bottle. Get close to the coast with Pentire's non-alcoholic spirit drinks, made with native Cornish botanicals to create a gin-style experience.
Pentire is a celebration of unique plant life that grows on the surrounding headland. Key botanicals thrive here due to a combination of favourable climate, soil pH, and air moisture.
Through research and experimentation with local botanists, distillers and brewers we have created non-alcoholic spirits that capture these flavours through careful distillation.
Shipping for Pentire Drinks orders is FREE.
Note that this charge is for Pentire Drinks products only. If you order includes products from other suppliers on www.naturallycornish.com, you will be subject to their shipping charges as well.
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