Cheltenham rum producer is being featured on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch

Tune in to Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch this weekend to see one of Neptune Rum’s locally-produced drinks in cocktail making action.

Cheltenham drinks producer, Neptune Rum, is making an appearance on TV this weekend, with one of its rums featuring on the popular Channel 4 show, Sunday Brunch.

Live on Sunday 23 May 2021, the Gloucestershire company’s signature Caribbean Spiced Rum will be used as the star ingredient in a tantalising cocktail, mixed on air by global rum ambassador, Ian Burrell.

Tying in with the show’s theme of exotic drinks and rum bars, the mojo blue cocktail also includes blue curacao, fresh lime juice and banana puree – with the full recipe available on Neptune Rum’s website for viewers to mix at home.

Neptune Rum is also offering a discount on its online shop to celebrate its small screen appearance.

See Neptune Rum Caribbean Spiced in action from 9.30am on Sunday 23 May 2021, when Sunday Brunch airs on Channel 4.

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By Annabel Lammas

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Friday 21 May 2021

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