JetBlue recently teamed up with Beecher's Handmade Cheese in order to offer in-flight wine and cheese pairings. While the airline has already wowed customers by serving rosé and healthy meals made from seasonal ingredients, now the company is offering a new way to dine in the sky.
The in-flight wine and cheese pairings will be available on JetBlue flights from New York City to California. The new menu will include three altitude-friendly wines that come in handy single-pour bottles. Each wine will be designed to pair with the four cheeses selected by Beecher's, including the Jamaican-Jerk-seasoned No Woman and the creamy Dutch Hollow Dulcet. All of the cheeses selected were chosen based on flavor profiles that translate best at 30,000 feet above the ground.
The in-flight wine pairings demonstrate the growing demand for more high-end snacking options on long-distance flights.
This Airline is Serving Up Wine and Cheese Pairings During Flights
Katherine Pendrill — June 1, 2016 — Lifestyle