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Swiss Air Lines inflight drinks and bar

Wine, beer and spirits, is Free. All wine in economy comes in 187ml bottles. In business it is served from large bottles held in the galley.

Business Class

Sparkling Wine Piper-Heidsieck Brut

Great Sparkling Wine
A really good Sparkling Wine, its pricey on the ground... so you might as well get the benefits of paying a fortune for your ticket, and enjoy this proper French stuff from Reimes.

The Piper-Heidsieck is only available long-haul.

12%

Business White Wine

King Estate Pinot Gris 2001

From Oregon, US

Pretty sweet, with the aroma of apricots and peaches. Very good.

11.5%

Economy Class

White Wine

Vin de pays

From Zermat

Pretty sweet, with the aroma of apricots and peaches. Very poor.

11.5%

Beer

Beer comes in just one variety too - Heineken. Its the usual tame stuff you get on the ground, in a 275ml tin.
4%.

Spirits

Whisky

Glenfiddich Malt Whisky

On some of the routes to Scotland, you'll be hunting for some of the good stuff from north of the border to make the flight go by. Gelnfiddich does just the job - although getting any ice for it to go with can be a struggle.

40.0%. 5cl bottle. 3.30

Gin and Tonic

Gordon's Gin with tonic. It could be worse, far worse.

40.0%. 5cl bottle. 3.30

Baileys

Great after a long dinner over the Urals on your way to Istanbul, before getting some kip at 38,000 feet.

40.0%. 5cl bottle. 3.30


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