Hawaiian Adds an Array of New Drinks to Its Inflight Menu
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Starting in February, Hawaiian Airlines is adding a variety of new additions to its inflight drink menu. Ranging from seasonal beer to locally roasted coffee, passengers can now get a taste for the Hawaiian lifestyle before touching down on the islands.
A highlight of the new menu is Hawaiian’s use of local resources and industries. For example, passengers can now drink Lion coffee, a Honolulu-based roaster, aboard all flights international and domestic. The coffee is made with a “special chemistry” designed to avoid the faulty quality that can come about when brewed at a high-altitude. According to the airline, it should have as rich a flavor as it does on the ground.
Hawaiian has also added three new Island-themed cocktails by On The Rocks (OTR) Premium Cocktails. Passengers will have their pick between the “Moloka’i Mule,” the “Tropical Landing” and, of course, a Mai Tai (available March 1). The cocktails will be served complimentary in Business and First Class cabins and available for purchase for Economy and Basic Economy guests on domestic flights.
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