‘Why you’ll love it’

Delicate florals of rose and violet sublimate the citrus, sour and dry balsamic base notes of this subtle, violet-hued cocktail. As the florals blend with the aromatics of the Ginepraio, the sweetness of Maraschino, orange peel and vanilla notes rise up, instantly inspiring you to travel to exotic lands unknown. Fasten your seatbelts, cocktail in hand, and enjoy your flight!  

The History of Aviation

Hugo Ensslin, head bartender at the Hotel Wallick in New York created this elegant cocktail in the early twentieth century as a tribute to brave British pilots returning after battle. Soon after, air travel became a popular way to be pampered by jet-setting style icons. This cocktail is glamour in a glass, and a nod to when air travel was stylish and details were diamonds.

Serve the perfect cocktail in one minute

Get your favourite tumbler glass

Once your glass has been filled with ice, give your cocktail pack a quick shake.

Tear off the corner

Simply pinch and tear the corner – no need to remove from the paper sleeve.

Pour over ice

Leave to stand for one minute and enjoy in good company.