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Bottoms up: Delta introduces new beverage options and reintroduces a premium dessert cart.

Cheers! Delta Air Lines is revamping its onboard food and beverage menu for the new year, giving passengers more ways to enjoy themselves at 35,000 feet.

On many flights, the airline is expanding its onboard beverage offerings and revamping premium cabin food services.

“Your onboard meal or beverage should be no different than your favourite restaurant at home,” said Kristen Manion Taylor, Delta’s senior vice president of in-flight service. “From delectable Spanish tapas plates to refreshing rosé, there’s something for everyone.”

What are the latest cocktail trends?

Delta’s onboard cocktail partner Tip Top Proper Cocktails will introduce an espresso martini on all flights, along with other adult beverage options such as an Old Fashioned, Bee’s Knees, and a Negroni throughout the year.

The cocktails are complimentary in premium cabins, including Comfort+, and can be purchased for $12 in Main Cabin.

Among the wine options for Delta One customers on certain flights will be a newly introduced rosé.

Is Delta’s dessert cart returning?

On international flights, the airline is also reintroducing its dessert cart, with options such as cake with chocolate ganache, a cheese and grape plate, and a build-your-own vanilla ice cream sundae.

Menus for regional cuisines

Delta said it plans to add more local flavour for Delta One passengers on many flights, including restaurant-inspired options on flights from New York and Los Angeles, tapas for Delta One customers on flights from Spain, and afternoon tea on flights from London and Dublin.

According to a press release, the menu will change seasonally.

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