Inflight Mixology

Next time you take off put your mixology skills to the test. There’s no need to order a standard “vodka cran” on your next flight. Check out the beverage cart. It’s full of mixers that you can use to come up with fun, creative and classic cocktails. The flight attendants and other passengers will be […]

Food + Drink Cooking and Entertaining Brian Webb

This article was published on July 20th, 2013

Inflight MixologyNext time you take off put your mixology skills to the test. There’s no need to order a standard “vodka cran” on your next flight. Check out the beverage cart. It’s full of mixers that you can use to come up with fun, creative and classic cocktails. The flight attendants and other passengers will be amazed at your creativity to whip up some fancy drinks with what appears to be the simplest ingredients. Here are just a few ideas to get your creativity going:

Spice it up:

Tomato juice, vodka, and salsa (from a snack pack)

Immune Booster:

Vodka, orange juice and club soda

Canadian Classic:

Whisky, soda, and a splash of OJ

Summer Sipper:

Vodka, cranberry juice, soda, and a squeeze of fresh lime

Classic Martini:

Gin with olives (available in a snack pack)

Apple Delight:

Vodka, apple sauce (available in a snack pack), apple juice and a splash of soda

Breakfast Special:

Coffee and Bailey’s

Chocolate-Hazelnut Surprise:

Vodka, Nutella (available in snack packs), and milk or cream

Cool Ice Tea:

Gin, tea, package of sugar, and a squeeze of fresh lime

Hot Gin:

Gin, hot water, honey

Orange-tini:

Vodka, Grand Marnier (available on most international flights), orange juice

 

Please leave a comment on this blog post of your in-flight cocktail creations!

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