Charleston, South Carolina- March 26, 2019- Love a world-famous Pusser’s Rum Painkiller but don’t want to go through the fuss of putting all the ingredients together? No worries, because Pusser’s has just introduced a newly, re-formulated Painkiller™ Mix with all the necessary ingredients. Just add Pusser’s rum and garnish with an orange slice, cherry and fresh-grated nutmeg, now close your eyes and you’re in the tropics!

The new mix has just the right amount of the “secret” recipe; pineapple juice, orange juice and cream of coconut. Just add one part Pusser’s Rum to three parts Painkiller™ mix. No fuss, no mess!

“Our retail, restaurant and bar customers were looking for an easy, simple-serve solution to create a world-class Painkiller™ and we think we hit it out of the park with our new non-alcoholic mix blended and packaged by Bevolution Group,” said Pusser’s CEO, Gary Rogalski. “Our Bevolution Group partners are highly renowned for the quality of its packaged juices, purees and premium cocktail mixers. Pusser’s Painkiller Mix is the latest tasty addition thanks to this partnership. Consumers can enjoy the best cocktail the Caribbean has to offer by simply adding the Mix and a healthy dose of Pusser’s Rum over ice with a little grated nutmeg.”

Bevolution Group is a proprietary blend of industry leaders and pioneers that offers an unparalleled selection of beverages across several categories, including premium and classic cocktail mixes like Tropics® Mixology, Tiki Tropics® and Lemon-X®.

“We’re proud to have partnered with Pusser’s, a premier brand, to work on this project,” said Bevolution Group CEO, Sam Lteif. “We never lose sight of the idea that our product mix is directly related to our partner’s bottom line. Every one of our beverage strategies is customized for the business that we are serving.”

The new Painkiller™ Mix is made from all natural juices and has no artificial flavors or colors and no high fructose syrup. A single serving has only 80 calories.

The iconic Pusser’s Painkiller™ is the official drink of the British Virgin Islands where Soggy Dollar Bartender, Daphne Henderson, and Pusser’s Rum founder, Charles Tobias, planted the seeds for its humble beginnings. A favorite among bartenders and enthusiasts alike, the Painkiller™ cocktail has become legendary and traditionally becomes an establishment’s best-selling cocktail when added to its beverage menu.

The mix comes in 1-liter bottles which are packed 12 liters per case.
Suggested retail price is $6.95 and can be purchased by going to

Painkiller Mix

Pusser’s Rum is imported by Shaw Ross International Importers, LLC.

About Pusser’s Rum

Pusser’s Rum is produced in strict accordance with Admiralty blending specifications last used by the Royal Navy for issue to its fleet, a tradition which began in 1655 when it first served rum as its spirit of choice, with extra “tots” being offered before and after some of the most infamous battles in history. In massive wood pot stills, approaching 300 years old, Pusser’s continues to produce liquid history without the aid of flavoring agents and is 100 percent natural. Pusser’s Rum is highly decorated and has taken several Gold Medals in the highly acclaimed International Wine & Spirits Festival and the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Pusser’s Rum Limited is a British Virgin Island Company with administrative offices in Charleston, South Carolina. Its products are imported into the United States by Shaw-Ross International Importers.
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About Shaw-Ross International Importers, LLC

Founded in 1968 as a wine and spirit importer representing a handful of brands, Shaw-Ross has grown into one of the nation’s leading importers representing leading suppliers from around the world. Shaw-Ross continues to evolve its portfolio to keep ahead of the ever-changing wine and spirits industry. For additional information go to

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