The first brand created by Ten Locks.
Flavour-forward, planet positive Pod is made from peas and tastes like peas! Simple.
Pod celebrates the best of local brilliance and the delicious power of the pea whilst protecting our planet.
Why peas? Peas are delicious and great for the planet.
The geeky bit? Our perfectly imperfect peas are 'nitrogen fixers' which rejuvenate the soil, helping future crops thrive. With a focus on their Three P's - People, Purpose, Planet - Pod embodies the Ten Locks ethos of striving for positive change and has been carefully considered to be here for a good time and a long time.
Greatness can be found close to home so Pod sources what they can locally and sustainably, including the bottle it's poured from. Pod is fermented and distilled in our homeland, Manchester, in a bespoke copper still. The still is steam heated which means lower CO² emissions are released, and it also uses less energy. Pod has been considerately crafted to be here for a good time and a long time.
Fresh, green & grassy with notes of sweet sugar snap pea and savoury tones.
A pop of fresh sweet pea chased by a burst of citrus and a bite of savoury green garden pea.
Add Pod to an ice filled highball.
Top with premium soda and garnish with a sugar snap pea.
50ml Pod, premium soda.
Shaken or stirred and served in a martini glass.
60ml Pod, 10ml Cucielo Dry Vermouth di Torino.
Add ingredients to an ice filled collins glass.
Stir and garnish with greens.
100ml Pod, 500ml tomato juice, 1tbsp lemon juice, Worcester sauce, Tobacco sauce, black pepper.
Peas are delicious and great for the planet. Peas are nitrogen fixers which rejuvenate the soil, helping future crops thrive.
Greatness can be found close to home so Pod sources what they can locally and sustainably. Take our bottle for example, it’s made from glass using sand from the beaches of Norfolk, glass that goes through limited process and therefore limited waste. That’s why the Pod bottle has it’s own unique colour – like the pea, it’s perfectly imperfect.
Pod is fermented and distilled in their homeland, Manchester, in a bespoke copper pot still which is steam heated, using less energy and releasing lower CO² emissions.