Delta Air Lines to offer new beverages with wine, vodka options from brands owned by women, blacks
Delta Air Lines is boosting its beverage offerings for sale this October, with eight new premium options like spiked seltzer, rosé, and classic cocktails.
Among the new beverages is Une Femme's "The Callie" California Sparkling Rosé, which is 100 percent produced by women.
For every bottle of The Callie that it sells, Delta would donate to charitable organizations that work to improve women's lives.
The sparkling rosé will be available on domestic flights throughout October, with more Une Femme products to come aboard in 2022.
Delta would also offer the Du Nord Foundation Vodka, made by the first Black-owned distillery in the US, on all domestic flights. Next year, the airline will start offering the spirit to international flights.
For beer lovers, there would be the Breckenridge Brewery's Cookie Porter Beer, which includes notes of a shortbread cookie, cinnamon, nutmeg, coffee, malt, and vanilla.
It'll be offered\ on domestic flights through the end of the year.
Beer fans can also opt for Hopsecutioner IPA from the Terrapin Beer Company, which would be available throughout October.
The new offerings won't replace Delta's classic beverage list, which already includes Coca-Cola products, SweetWater beer, and Tip Top Proper Cocktails.
Delta will donate 20 percent of all onboard purchases to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation throughout the entire month of October.