January 4 2019  |  Airline & Terminal News

Virgin Atlantic introduces low- and no-alcohol cocktails

By Rachel Debling

Red Sky at Night (Image copyright Virgin Atlantic)

Virgin Atlantic is appealing to teetotalers and those looking to cut back on the booze with its new low- and no-alcohol cocktail menu.

A world first, the exclusive menu was created through a partnership with non-alcoholic distiller Seedlip and Australian quaffing vermouth Regal Rogue.

The new selections will be available in the airline's Economy, Premium and Upper Class cabins. A variety of beverages that appeal to those looking to eliminate or reduce their alcohol intake will be featured, including:

Alcohol-free options

Red Sky at Night: Seedlip Spice, Fever-Tree Indian tonic, lemon slice
Shepherd's Delight: Seedlip Spice, Fever-Tree ginger ale, lemon slice

Low-alcohol options

The Bold Mule: Regal Rogue Bold Red vermouth, Fever-Tree ginger ale, lemon
The Bold Spritz: Regal Rogue Bold Red vermouth, soda, lemon

Mark Murphy, food and beverage manager at Virgin Atlantic, said in a statement from the airline: “With the global trend of no- and low-alcohol cocktails, Seedlip and Regal Rogue are the perfect partners to bring this option to our customers. There’s a big focus across the airline industry on reducing the amount of alcohol consumed in flight, and we’re delighted to be leading the way by offering our customers across all cabins a selection of zero and low alcohol alternatives.”

“Virgin Atlantic is renowned for its world-class cocktail offering and we’re so proud to be part of it," Ben Branson, Founder of Seedlip, added. "As a brand we champion inclusivity, flavor and experience over ABV and so we look forward to bringing an exclusive selection of Nolo® cocktails to guests when they’re traveling.”

Shepherd's Delight (Image copyright Virgin Atlantic)

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