This fall, Delta Air Lines will switch up its onboard menus as the seasons change. New to the rotations will be tequila and a seasonal beer option, oat milk creamer, a new Delta One course, and more.
For tequila lovers, Delta is bringing back the Lunzaul Blanco Tequila as its spirit of choice. It will be available in all cabins on domestic and U.S.-originating international flights. For travelers in the mood for a new brew, New Belgium Brewing’s Voodoo Ranger IPA will be available on domestic flights starting Oct. 10 and is the newest addition to Delta’s rotational beer program.
Beginning Sept. 26, Lakeland Dairies’ oat milk creamer will be available as a dairy-free, plant-based option in addition to the existing half and half option currently available. The creamer will be offered on all domestic flights, short-haul international flights, and all international flights departing from the U.S. New snacks will be featured in Delta’s AM Snack Basket, which features Biscoff cookies and Nature Valley Soft Baked Oatmeal Squares.
If you’re heading to an event out of Atlanta, Georgia, on a Delta flight in the First-Class cabin, experience the Southern flavors by acclaimed Chef Mashama Bailey of The Grey in Savannah, Georgia. Try the curried chicken salad followed by a southern chess pie bar served with a Chantilly cream and pie crust crumble. For Delta One customers heading out of Atlanta on an international Delta flight, flyers will get the option to try Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q’s popular beef short rib for dinner, served with creamy herb mashed potatoes, green beans, and caramelized shallots.
Additional dinner menu options include a vegetarian mushroom ravioli and Delta’s beloved classic cheeseburger with refreshed toppings, both available for First-Class customers on domestic routes over 900 miles.