Anyone for a Virgin cocktail?
10 Jan 2019 - by
Virgin Atlantic has launched a new no- and low-alcohol cocktail menu.
The No Lo menu has been designed in partnership with Seedlip, distiller of non-alcoholic drinks, and Regal Rogue, a vermouth from Australia. It will available across Economy, Premium, and Upper Class cabins.
Virgin Atlantic says the menu was created to offer customers who choose not to drink a “grown-up option with unique flavours”.
The No Lo menu currently offers: Red Sky at Night (no alcohol), with Seedlip Spice, Fever Tree Indian tonic, and slice of lemon; Shepherd’s delight (no alcohol), with Seedlip Spice, Fever Tree ginger ale, and a slice of lemon; The Bold Mule (low alcohol), with Regal Rogue Bold Red vermouth, Fever Tree ginger ale, and lemon; and The Bold Spritz (low alcohol), with Regal Rogue Bold Red vermouth, soda, and lemon.
Mark Murphy, food and beverage manager at Virgin Atlantic, commented: “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.”