Delta Nonstop – 1st Happy Hour From International Terminal

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It’s time for another Points, Miles & Martinis happy hour. This time we bring you the Delta Nonstop expertly prepared by the mixologist team at the SkyClub in the international terminal at Hartsfield International Airport.

How To Make A Delta Nonstop


  • 1.5 ounces of Ciroc Coconut Vodka
  • 1 ounce of lime juice
  • Hint or sugar
  • Shake well
  • Pour and garnish with lime
  • Serve on Points, Miles & Martinis cocktail napkin

The drink was made in the SkyClub in the new international terminal at Hartsfield International airport. Reginal definitely knew what he was doing. Take a look as he makes the drink step by step.

He first poured ice and club soda into the glass to make sure it was nice and chilled. Next, he poured the Circoc Coconut into the cocktail shaker.


The drink has a hint of lime which gives you an island feel. Next, he poured just the right amount of lime juice with a hint of sugar into the cocktail shaker.


This drink is served best with a frothy layer of ice on top of the drink, shaking well is the easiest way to get this effect.


Poured into a cool cocktail glass and garnished with a fresh lime.


Bottom Line

The Delta nonstop is a great tasting drink. It was definitely the fastest nonstop I’ve ever taken. The best part is it will give you that island feeling without even leaving the airport.

Next time you are in the SkyClub, check out the list of premium drinks to mix it up. I’ve never joined the Mile High club, but with a premium cocktail it looks easy to do.


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