Hot Or Cold Nuts On American Airlines


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This is a topic of much debate, do you prefer your nuts hot or cold. American Airlines has a new cold nut option available on select flights. Nuts have been on planes ever since I can remember and are a perfect compliment to happy hour.

Hot Nuts
Domestic first class flights on American Airlines offer the traditional hot nuts.

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Cold Nuts
While I have always preferred my nuts to be warm, American Airlines offered a refreshing change with a cold nut mix on the OWMD flight. The main difference from what I could tell is the cold mix also has crasinets along with the usual assortment.

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I’m not sure when the cold nuts will be served system wide or if they are only for international flights. But I prefer the cold nuts.

What is your preference, hot or cold nuts?

Getting Status has a good round up of the coach nut service in his recent post.

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Comments

  1. Interesting! I’ve not yet seen the cold nut mix, but that would be a nice choice. Also, the hot nuts are only on domestic flights with hot entrees/snacks, so far as I’ve seen. Is there other rhyme or reason I’m missing?

  2. If I remember correctly from the MegaDo, these cold nuts are not being offered in premium classes on any AA flights. Rather, they are offered as a buy on board option in the main cabin on select flights.

    It was great meeting you last week and I hope to see you on the next OWMD!

  3. I prefer no nuts. 2% of US children are allergic to nuts. A life threatening anaphylactic shock is not worth comparing to your preferred snack. How about we all enjoy a potato chip during the flight and keep your nuts to an environment where people with severe issues have the options of leaving… and breathing

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