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The Rolling Stones Unveil Crossfire Hurricane Rum

Rolling Stones Crossfire Hurricane Rum

The Rolling Stones have launched Crossfire Hurricane Rum to go along with the their Hackney Diamonds U.S. Tour.

The Rolling Stones have unveiled Crossfire Hurricane Rum. The limited-edition bottle gift set commemorates the band’s Hackney Diamonds U.S. Tour, which kicked off on April 28 at NRG Stadium in Houston. Designed specifically for the tour, the new spirits from the British Invasion quartet follows the release of Hot Lips London Dry Supreme Gin, which launched back in 2020.

While information on what’s inside the bottle remains scarce, we do know that Crossfire Hurricane Rum is made from a blend of Jamaica, Barbados, and the Dominican Republic rums and “perfectly aged in carefully selected oak barrels.” The Point Distillery in Florida bottled the rum and tasting notes say it offers tropical fruit on the palate.

The brand suggests four different cocktails for serving, including Two Licks (rum on ice garnished with cherries), a Gold and Stormy (a dark and stormy), Crossfire Mojito, and a Crossfire Espresso Martini.

The rum comes as part of a limited-edition collection, which features a box set including the Hackney Diamonds bottle—a black gloss glass container with a gold top—adorned with the Rolling Stones tongue logo, and a flagship bottle of the rum, all encased in a keepsake box.

The Rolling Stones say, “This commemorative box set of Crossfire Hurricane Rum is not just a celebration of our US tour, but a toast to the incredible journey we’ve shared with our fans.”

The set will be available at select retailers across the U.S. and will be introduced gradually, aligning with The Rolling Stones’ tour schedule as they embark on each city through summer 2024. Additionally, concertgoers in the United States can purchase the gift set via in-stadium digital billboards and have it delivered directly to their homes via ReserveBar.

For more information about Crossfire Hurricane Rum, head over to the bottle’s official website.