Dan Aykroyd’s global Vodka brand Crystal Head is set to release a Pride Magnum (1.75L) as part of an ongoing partnership with leading UK LGBTQ+ charity, Kaleidoscope Trust.
Available from 1st June, in very limited numbers, the striking rainbow-coloured skull bottles celebrate diversity and equality, inspiring freedom of expression and creative thought, embodying the creative spirit of Crystal Head Vodka. A contribution from each bottle sold will go to Kaleidoscope Trust.
Dan Aykroyd said: “We are proud supporters of the LGBTQ+ community not only from the profits of the Crystal Head Pride bottle but through continuous global efforts throughout the year. We are fortunate for our partnership with Kaleidoscope Trust and all the impactful work that they do for the community.”
The Pride bottle contains the original, ultra-premium Crystal Head Vodka crafted from Canadian corn. The award-winning Vodka has a citrus and vanilla aroma, silky smooth and creamy texture and a hint of sweetness and vanilla with a soft, warming finish.
Kaleidoscope Trust, the international LGBT+ human rights charity founded in 2011 and addresses the subjugation, persecution and discrimination of LGBT+ people around the world. The only UK-based human rights organisation focused on defending LGBT+ rights across the Commonwealth, Kaleidoscope Trust’s work includes ensuring trans women in Pakistan have access to safe housing and providing fiscal support to organisations affecting legal changes in Tonga and the Eastern Caribbean.
“The support of Crystal Head Vodka Pride allows us to continue funding successful projects and sends an important message: The pressing LGBT+ human rights challenges of our day,” said Phyll OpokuGyimah, Executive Director of Kaleidoscope Trust. “These can be solved through collaboration, whether that be with grassroots or international human rights organisations, governments and funding bodies –or companies that care like Crystal Head Vodka.”