Feel-good drinkables – New Zealand-born RTD Part Time Rangers launches in Australia
Saving wildlife whilst you sip might sound like a, for lack of a better word, wild concept. But that’s exactly what you can do if you get your mitts on a can of Part Time Rangers, a Kiwi-born RTD brand that has recently crossed the Tasman Sea and landed on our shores. A portion from every sale of these canned quaffs supports wildlife conservation, helping to save endangered animal species like elephants and rhinos. Now, that’s something to cheers to.
Part Time Rangers isn’t your average sip. Founded in New Zealand in 2018 by two brothers, the brand donates part of its proceeds towards important wildlife conservation charities. Since launching three years ago, the brand has contributed more than $160,000 to wildlife conservation initiatives around the globe including WWF Australia for the care of injured and homeless koalas, Big Life Foundation to support the last remaining big tusk elephants, as well as helping remove 100,000 L of rubbish from NZ coastlines.
Apart from looking out for our favourite endangered species and the environment, Part Time Rangers is also looking out for your health and your tastebuds. The delicious low-calorie imbibe is a lighter option to your usual RTDs, with each flavour containing less than three grams of sugar. The crisp sip comes in three flavours, with each can spotlighting a wildlife species that is potentially ‘at risk’. The current range available in Australia includes the Pink Rhino (gin, raspberry and sparkling water), the Yellow Elephant (vodka, passionfruit and sparkling water) and the Black Elephant (vodka, lime and sparkling water). Part Time Rangers is now available at your local liquor store for $21.99 per four pack. Looks like our weekend tipples are sorted.
Image credit: Part Time Rangers Facebook
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