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Haig Club Joins Ready-To-Drink Movement With Canned Cocktails

A new line of ready-to-drink beverages from David Beckham-backed Haig Club are ready to make a splash this summer.

The new Haig Club Clubman Canned Cocktails are made with a base of Haig Club Clubman Whisky, soda and natural flavors. The pre-mixed effervescent drinks come in Ginger Lime & Soda as well as Citrus Yuzu & Soda.

In a prepared statement from Haig Club, it’s noted that the drinks were designed in partnership with Haig Club co-owner David Beckham, and the canned cocktails were inspired by what’s said to be the vibrancy of Miami.

Clubman Canned Cocktails
A new line of ready-to-drink beverages from David Beckham-backed Haig Club are ready to make a splash this summer. (image via Diageo)

The new canned cocktails come packaged in the same electric blue as the brand’s whisky bottle.

“Miami is such a special place to me. It is a city with a unique and energetic spirit and it is these qualities that not only inspired me to bring my football club here, but also inspired the new Haig Club Clubman Canned Cocktails,” Beckham said, in the statement. “I’m really excited that locals and visitors can now enjoy these delicious, one-of-a-kind drinks, whether they are at the beach or in the stadium.”

The distiller’s notes explain that the whisky base gives the canned cocktails subtle notes of butterscotch, green apple and a lingering hint of cinnamon spice, while ginger root and citrus provide complexity and nuance.

The Ginger Lime & Soda flavor begins with an aroma of fresh ginger and a hint of spice, followed by a taste of ginger ale with undertones of Scotch, finishing with sweet ginger and a twist of lime. The Citrus Yuzu & Soda flavor starts with an aroma of citrus, followed by a taste of fresh lemon and yuzu, finishing with a hint of sweet, candied lemon.

Haig Club Clubman Canned Cocktails are available on ReserveBar, Drizly.com, the Drizly app and in select alcohol retailers in South Florida. The canned cocktails are sold individually and in packs of four with a suggested retail price of $3.99 and $14.99, respectively. They have an ABV of 5.8%.

For more information, check out www.haigclub.com/en.

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