Be At One Adds Pusser’s Painkiller To The Cocktail Menu

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Following the announcement of Be At One’s new Christmas drinks menu, signature serve, ‘The Pusser’s Painkiller’, makes its debut; set to whisk those winter blues away during the cold and dark nights. First recognised at the six-seat Soggy Dollar Bar, on the island of Jost Van Dyke in the heart of the British Virgin Islands, the Painkiller is a rich and fruity drink set to turn patrons’ Christmas evening into one of paradise.

In support of the drink, Be At One venues across the UK will be taking on the Pusser’s Rum Gunpowder Proof (54.5% ABV), a rich and full-bodied rum aged for a minimum of three years, and the original strength approved by the Admiralty.

UK Marketing Manager, Peter Thornton says “For such an important cocktail bar to take on the Pusser’s Painkiller is hugely exciting. This drink has a rich and intriguing history, not to mention it tastes great. The Be At One listing will help us reach more younger consumers. We look forward to what we hope we will be a great future with Be At One!”

“We are always looking for great cocktails to keep our menu innovative and exciting, and the Pusser’s Painkiller is the perfect addition. With Christmas drawing in, it’s always good to give customers that taste of sunshine!” explains Learning and Development Officer at Be At One, Nick Lewis.


· 35ml Pusser’s Rum Gunpowder Proof (or 54.5% ABV)
· 25ml Coco Re’al Cream of Coconut
· 25ml Orange Juice
· 100ml Pineapple Juice
· Top with grated nutmeg

1. Shake all ingredients together with ice. Strain into a tall glass over fresh ice.
2. Garnish with further 15ml of Pusser’s 54.5%abv Rum and fresh ground nutmeg


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