Delta Blue Diamond, Platinum Takeoff, Gold Status Symbol And Silver Horizon With Delta’s New Signature Cocktail Series


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Wow, Delta has really been on a roll lately. First by UP-ing their already good Food & Beverage game and now with their inflight cocktails. We shared the news about the increasing SkyClub Food options, new meals on JFK routes, then a new menu from Atlanta. Now they are improving the drinking experience with four new Signature cocktails

Members may find out about this through the arrival of their new elite member packages. You can also find a few interesting tid-bits of information included in the packets. For example, did you know:

  • 215 Diamond members have been members since 1981?
  • Best place to find a Delta Diamond is in ATL, MSP, LGA, DTW, SLC?
  • Diamonds represent 1/20 Medallion members?
  • There are 71 different countries that Diamond members call home?

Delta Blue Diamond Signature Cocktail

The Blue Diamond is the pinnacle of the new drinks (except for those who get the exclusive invite to the Delta 360 club).

The Blue Diamond is made by mixing:

  • 1 part Bombay Sapphire Gin
  • Splash of Minute Maid Apple Juice
  • 3 Parts Seagram’s Tonic Water
  • Served Over Ice

Delta Blue Diamond

Other Elite Member Signature Cocktail

The Silver Horizon is made by mixing:

  • 1 part Avion Silver Tequila
  • 3 Parts Fresca
  • Served over ice
  • Garnished with a lime wedge

The Golf Status Symbol is made by mixing:

  • 1 part Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey
  • 3 Parts Sprite
  • Served over ice
  • Garnished with a lime wedge

The Platinum Takeoff is made by mixing:

  • 1 part Wood Reserve bourbon
  • 3 parts Minute Maid cranberry-apply juice
  • Splash of club soda
  • Served over ice

Delta Elite Member Signature Cocktails

Bottom Line

I look forward to trying all of Delta’s new signature cocktails. My likely favorite appears to be the Platinum Takeoff.

Which one do you think you’ll try first?

Hat tip to Rapid Travel Chai.

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Comments

  1. I flew Delta last month and had what I thought was a new signature drink
    I would like to have the recipe

    It had bourbon, coffee and I think Baileys

    Thank you

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