Funkin Cocktails (www.funkincocktails.co.uk), the UK’s leading cocktail brand with over 21 years of cocktail-making expertise, has launched the latest addition to its revolutionary range of nitrogen-infused cocktails in cans, a Piña Colada Nitro Cocktail, which is now available from Sainsbury’s (RRP: £2.00).
The delicious, new Piña Colada edition joins the brand’s four-strong line-up of Nitro Cocktails, which have democratised cocktails by making bar-quality, great tasting cocktails available to all*, whenever and wherever they are, so that everyday spontaneous drinking occasions can be elevated to a cocktail moment. More than 1.3 million Nitro Cocktails have been sold since their launch last year.
The tropical Piña Colada, which is one of the world’s most iconic cocktails and currently ranked in the UK’s top ten beverages, has been bringing a taste of summer to bars across the globe since it was first made in Puerto Rico back in 1952. Funkin’s Piña Colada Nitro Cocktail blends pineapple juice, coconut water, cream and Rum, and makes it possible to enjoy this classic cocktail with absolutely no extra ingredients or shaking skills required!
The can provides an extraordinary cocktail-at-home experience, delivering all the theatre of mixology with the simple crack of a can. Infused with nitrogen, which smokes on opening, Funkin’s mouthwatering Piña Colada Nitro Cocktail creates a foam head when poured, mirroring the look, smooth texture and delicious taste of a shaken, bar-quality cocktail in a convenient, ready-to-drink format. It’s the perfect option to enjoy out-and-about, on-the-go, whether at parties and get-togethers, or picnics and barbecues.
To activate the nitrogen infusion, the can should be rotated before opening. For the full cocktail experience, enjoy chilled and serve in a Hurricane glass, garnished with a wedge of fresh pineapple.
The Piña Colada Nitro Cocktail is suitable for vegetarians and made with natural ingredients. One can is equivalent to one unit of alcohol, so consumers can easily monitor their consumption.