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Old Jun 17, 14, 8:13 pm
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JetBlue Mint Menus

Since JetBlue has a new premium product, I am going to start a menu thread for JetBlue "Mint".

I have discontinued this menu thread, as JetBlue is now listings its monthly menu on its website.
Here is a link to its Mint Page.

http://www.jetblue.com/flying-on-jetblue/mint/

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Old Jun 17, 14, 8:15 pm
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Brunch Service June/July 2014 Westbound

JetBlue Mint
June/July Menu by Saxon + Parole

Welcome Taste
Its app-y hour!
Toasted brioche
With peppers, cucumbers, & goat cheese


Delish Dishes
Step up to the plaste(s) & choose three. Please note: The first two dishes are served cold.




Classic Muesli
Mixed with Greek yogurt, fruit & toasted coconut

Watermelon Salad
With feta, basil, & toasted pumpkin seeds
*Signature Saxon + Parole Dish

Creamy Scrambled Eggs
Served with slab bacon, ratatouille, & grilled sourdough


Cheese & chive biscuit sandwich
With pork sausage, scrambled eggs & pimento cheese
*Signature Saxon + Parole Dish


Buttery French Toast
With figs, toasted pecans & syrups


Sweet Bites
Don’t desert dessert!
Seasonal Fruit Salad
Lemon honey Sorbet
Blue Marble Ice Cream, Brooklyn, New York




24/7 Snacks
They’re lip-snacking good.

Fresh Whole Fruit
Signature JetBlue Snacks


When you re-treat
An edible parting gift – worth the wait!
Freshly baked pastries
Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery, A Colicchio Discovery, New York, New York


Brunch Service June/July 2014 Westbound

Red, whites & JetBlue
Wines on this menu are carefully selected by Josh Wesson, our award-winning sommelier. This season’s selection showcases a variety of West Coast favorites and will impress even the pickiest of palates. Whether you’re a fan of deeply flavored red or cool, crisp whites, we’re certain you’ll be grapeful for each delicious sip.

White Wine
Joel Gott Pinot Gris, 2013, Wilamette valley, OR
A perfectly balanced Pinto Grits that punches above its weight

Honig Sauvignon Blanc, 2013, Napa Valley, CA
A crisp, clean, relentlessly refreshing Sauvignon Blanc

Red Wine
Meomi Pinot Noir, 2012, North and Central Coasts, CA
A stylish, silky and deeply flavored Pinot Noir

Qupe Syrah, 2012, Central Coast, CA
A suave and subtly spiced Syrah

Sparkling Wine
Argyle Brut, Wilamette Valley, OR
A sophisticated and supremely elegant sparkling wine

Liquor
Bacardi Rum
Bombay Sapphire Gin
Dewar’s White Label Scotch Whisky
Finlandia Vodka
Jack Daniel’s Whisky

Beer
Blue Moon
Brooklyn Brewery Summer Ale
Bud Light
Corona Extra
Heineken
Samuel Adams Boston Lager

Coffees & Teas
Dunkin’ Donut Coffee Original & Decaf
Rishi Tea Flavors: Chamomile Medley, Early Grey, Jasmine Green, Peppermint Rooibos
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Old Jun 17, 14, 8:16 pm
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Lunch/Dinner Service June/July 2014 Eastbound

Eastbound
June/July Menu from Saxon + Parole


Welcome Taste
Its app-y hour!
Chilled carrot & ginger soup
With cilantro & a spicy marshmallow
*Signature Saxon + Parole dish


Delish Dishes
Step up to the plaste(s) & choose three. Please note: The first two dishes are served cold.




Portobello mushroom mousse
With truffles, whiskey jelly & crostini
*Signature Saxon + Parole dish



Corn custard & poached lobster
With corn salad & pickled chili peppers
*Signature Saxon + Parole dish


Roasted Atlantic Cod
In a tomato-caper broth with white beans & fennel
*Signature Saxon + Parole dish

Ribeye & fingerling potatoes
With caramelized mushrooms & a balsamic-ginger reduction


Fontina-stuffed gnocchi
With creamed leeks & black truffle

Sweet Bites
Don’t desert dessert!
Seasonal Fruit Salad
Organic mint chocolate chip ice cream
Blue Marble Ice Cream, Brooklyn, New York




24/7 Snacks
They’re lip-snacking good.

Fresh Whole Fruit
Signature JetBlue Snacks


When you re-treat
An edible parting gift – worth the wait!
Freshly baked pastries
Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery, A Colicchio Discovery, New York, New York



Lunch/Dinner Service June/July 2014 Eastbound
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While I enjoyed bfast on the inaugural JFK-LAX, I was disappointed that the two meat options were both pork. At least one should be turkey (or even veggie) sausage/bacon.

I wrote them feedback with this.
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Old Jun 18, 14, 12:36 pm
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Please continue to send in your feedback! This is a brand new venture for us and your feedback is critical for us. We need this type of information to better out product offerings for our customers.
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While I enjoyed bfast on the inaugural JFK-LAX, I was disappointed that the two meat options were both pork. At least one should be turkey (or even veggie) sausage/bacon.

I wrote them feedback with this.
Im glad you did, this seems odd that there are not other meats or a veg option.

I have never flown premium in my life, but I have to say that this is pretty impressive, and is making me wish they flew this product to ORD
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Does anyone have pics of the Mint glassware?
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Would be nice to order a vegetarian meal. For people that don't eat meat, the options are limited.
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Does anyone have pics of the Mint glassware?
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Thanks!!!!! Looks cute.
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Would be nice to order a vegetarian meal. For people that don't eat meat, the options are limited.
On the Mint FAQ section:

Since meals are included in the Mint experience, is there an option for Mint Customers with special dietary restrictions?

Yes. Mint Customers with special dietary requests may choose from Kosher, vegan, and gluten-free meals. Special meal requests must be added prior to 24 hours before departure by calling 1-800-JETBLUE.
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I am sorry, but JetBlue will eventually fail at MINT. For now, its a great novelty that will eventually lose its luster. While JetBlue is a fairly decent airline, the first few times that Jetblue has massive cancellations due to IRROPS, WX etc, and can't accomodate people in a MINT cabin for several days will mark the beginning of the end. Jetblue has and will continue to fail at having a successful IRROPS strategy. Part of the reason is that you can only cram so many people onto an Airbus 321. Now, throw in a MINT plane which goes MX or throw in a bad NY summer storm with mass cancellations and your going to have lots of disapointed MINT paying customers. At least with the big boys, they can throw a wide body into the mix and clear up any backlog within a day.
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Are there really no linens being used? Just that chincy paper tray mat? The plateware and set up does not inspire a high end or premium concept to me.
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Are there really no linens being used? Just that chincy paper tray mat? The plateware and set up does not inspire a high end or premium concept to me.
Paper on the tray table and another inset on the service tray beneath the plates.

I like the plateware a lot. And I can take or leave the linens. Not a huge deal to me to not have it.
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Originally Posted by DL2SXM View Post
I am sorry, but JetBlue will eventually fail at MINT. For now, its a great novelty that will eventually lose its luster. While JetBlue is a fairly decent airline, the first few times that Jetblue has massive cancellations due to IRROPS, WX etc, and can't accomodate people in a MINT cabin for several days will mark the beginning of the end. Jetblue has and will continue to fail at having a successful IRROPS strategy. Part of the reason is that you can only cram so many people onto an Airbus 321. Now, throw in a MINT plane which goes MX or throw in a bad NY summer storm with mass cancellations and your going to have lots of disapointed MINT paying customers. At least with the big boys, they can throw a wide body into the mix and clear up any backlog within a day.
If they keep their price competitive, they just might be able to make a go of it!!!
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