First Class Refreshing Drink After Night With World’s Largest Wine List

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The first thing I go for after a long night is a refreshing drink. Especially after visiting a restaurant with the world’s largest wine list.

A night with friends at the restaurant with the world’s largest wine list will put you in for a long night and create the need for a refreshing beverage the next morning.

I settled into Delta First Class seat 4D onboard a Delta MD90 and I placed an order for my go-to refreshing drink.

What is the most refreshing drink I’ve found? A bourbon. Nope. Nor a bite off the blue moon dog that bit you by the pool. Instead, try this the next time you board a plane after a long night.

Try ordering a club soda with a splash of cranberry. It is cool and refreshing.

Bottom Line

After a few days of waking up before dawn and a visit to the restaurant with the world’s largest wine list, a refreshing drink like a club soda with cranberry will do the trick.

What’s your drink of choice after a long night?


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