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Ghana International Airlines
G0 124 - London Gatwick to Accra - August 2007

COCKTAILS
We are pleased to offer a wide range of alcoholic and
non-alcoholic beverages from our on-board bar

DINNER

To Begin
Smoked slices of Duck breast
crunchy waldorf salad, cherry tomatoes and orange wedges

Assorted warm rolls Garlic bread

Main Course

Chicken Fricassee
vegetables and a spicy jollof rice

Atlantic tuna steak with herb butter
spinach and mushroom rice timbale with vegetables

Beef medallions with Pepper sauce
dauphinoise potatoes and vegetables

Ravioli filled with Porcini Mushrooms
chopped apricots, pine kernals and thyme in a rich cheese sauce

To Finish

Wild berry mousse topped with granola
Chocolate bavarois

Cheese plate with mixed grapes

Tea Coffee Liqueurs

PRE-ARRIVAL SNACK

Warm puff pastry with Barbeque Chicken filling

Lemon sponge cake

Tea Coffee
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G0 102 - London Gatwick to Accra - February 2008

COCKTAILS
We are pleased to offer a wide range of alcoholic and
non-alcoholic beverages from our on-board bar

SUPPER

To Begin
Chicken and apricot terrine
spicy mango salsa and roquette leaves

Assorted warm rolls Garlic bread

Main Course

Chicken provencale
Braised rice and mixed vegetables

Fillet of hoki fish stuffed with leek and red onion
Fine green beans and red peppers

Tortellini carni pasta shells with ground beef
Tomato sauce and grilled courgettes

Ravioli filled with Porcini Mushrooms,
Chopped apricots, pine kernals and thyme in a rich cheese sauce

To Finish

Red berry bavarois with chocolate sauce
Wild berry mousse topped with granola

Cheese plate with mixed grapes

Tea Coffee Liqueurs

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

Fresh Fruit Bowl

Yoghurt

Stuffed Croissant with Cheese

Tea Coffee
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Would you mind noting with each menu the class of service, please? I think that it would be helpful. Thanks.
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Lufthansa
First Class menu
Munich to Denver
April 2008


Menu

Choice of Hors d’oeuvres

Caviar with the traditional Garnishes

King Prawns and Eggplant Tart with Pesto

Roasted Saddle of Veal in jellied Borlotti Beans served with Balsamico Jus

Goat Cheese Terrine with marinated Bell Pepper served with Taggiasca Olives

Salad

Seasonal Greens with fried Mushrooms, Cherry Tomatoes, Carrots and Herbs with your Choice of Ramson or Balsamico Dressing

Choice of Main Courses

Saddle of Lamb Medallion gratinated with Parmesan Cheese and Olives, Thyme Jus and Potato Pancetta Pavé

Loup de Mer filled with Arugula, served with baked Tomatoes and mashed Potatoes with Olives

Arugula Risotto with Taleggio, Shiitake Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Spring Onions and Walnuts

Roasted Duck Breast with Balsamico Sauce, red Cabbage with Orange and Potato Cake

Selection of Cheese and Dessert

Gorgonzola, Peccorino, Taleggio, Livarot and Fougeru garnished with Grapes and Walnuts

Apple Clafoutis with Almond Ice Cream

Mango Caramel Tart with exotic Fruit Salpicon

Specialty Dessert Wines

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Vinothek

Champagne

“D” de Devaux Brut, Champagne Veuve Devaux, Frankreich
Like so many champagne houses, the house of Devaux, founded in 1846, also has to thank a widow for its success. The widow, Augusta Devaux, made the business a success in the second half of the 19th century, thereby bringing herself into the ranks of the famous champagne widows. This cuvee “D” ties in with the success of the great champagnes. It is a composition whose complex interaction of aromas is reminiscent of elder blossom, orange zest and fine, nutty notes. On the palate the freshness of the chardonnay knits perfectly with the fruit and opulence of the pinot noir. The widow would no doubt be proud to know that her champagne was the winner of the Lufthansa blind tasting.

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“Rare”, Champagne Piper-Heidsieck, Frankreich
Régis Camus, the cellar master at Piper-Heidsieck, has brought together the best vineyards for the champagne grape varieties chardonnay and pinot noir in this pre-stige cuvee. The grapes from each vineyard are vinified separately in order to achieve a multi-faceted composition later. Chardonnay brings delicate floral notes, as well as a fresh minerality, to the cuvee, whilst pinot noir enhances the whole with its fruit, power and weight. Thus the “Rare” has an elegant palate structure and refreshing mousse.

Monthly Proposal

2004 Monte Mareto Countacc!, Michele Chiarlo, Italien
The name Piemonte means “at the foot of the mountains”. This region is a real paradise for foodies who also like their wine. Not only is the noble truffle found here but also fine wines. Whilst the search for truffles is often a matter of luck, a winemaker who has exactly the right touch, like Michele Chiarlo, can actually influence the quality of the wines himself. Chiarlo has totally committed himself to the wines of his homeland and has brought the wine culture of this hilly landscape, crowned with castles, into the 21st century. In 1982 he was the first winemaker to blend the indigenous barbera with other varieties in a cuvee. This experiment reached its apogee in 1995 with a new style of wine, the Monte Mareto Countacc!. This new cult wine was produced from barbera, cabernet sauvignon and shiraz, matured in French oak casks.
The 2004 vintage is a great example of this still young wine style. It is a wine with an intense, purple red colour with touches of violet and an almost black centre. The nose is a complex with concentrated fruit suggesting figs, sweet cherries and dark berry fruit, enhanced by a subtle oak spiciness as well as plenty of vanilla and toasty notes. On the palate this is a wine with good structure and intensity. It has a long finish with elegant oaky notes and considerable fruit. This is a wine with freshness and the potential to age.

Apéritif

Campari
A red mild bitters-type cordial

Sherry “La Guita”
A classic Sherry with fruity flavour and a taste of elegant saltiness, typical for Manzanilla Sherry.

Lufthansa Cocktail
This cocktail with aromas of juicy oranges, sweet almonds and fine berry fruits develops its full flavour when served chilled or “on the rocks” and can also be very refreshing if mixed with sparkling wine.

White Wine

2006 Hörsteiner Abtsberg, Riesling Spätlese trocken, Hofkeller Würzburg, Deutschland
Once upon a time Napoleon declared the Würzburg Residenz to be the most beautiful rectory in Europe, and not just because of the Baroque magnificence on top of the ground. Apparently the French King was also most impressed by the treasures lying in the cellar. Real treasures from these cellars still see the light of day, for example this Hörsteiner Abtsberg Riesling. This outstanding wine is a true delight not just on the ground but also up in the air as it is a classic Riesling with delightful, subtle apricot and peach fruit, elegant mineral notes and a powerful taste balanced by lively acidity.

2005 Riva Ranch Chardonnay, Wente Vineyards, USA
Arroyo Seco in Monterey is the ideal place to plant outstanding chardonnay. The deep gravel soils and cool growing season allow the grapes to ripen slowly, leading to a natural balance of flavour, sweetness and acidity in the resultant wine. The Wente family have grown chardonnay here since the Sixties and this wealth of experience is echoed in the complex character of this wine, which has impressive and marked toasty notes, touches of vanilla and caramel as well as aromas of pears and candied citrus fruit. This is a powerful, intense wine with good length and structure, which shows depth of flavour thanks to its elegant minerality.

2006 Rotgipfler Tradition, Thermenregion, Weingut Johanneshof, Österreich
The Rotgipfler from the Reinisch family has real character. This elegant wine was selected as one of the hundred best wines of the Thermenregion and is also a rare speciality. This very old grape variety, which is today found almost exclusively in the region south of Vienna, has an excellent reputation for producing aromatic and powerful wines. This Rotgipfler Tradition is no exception. Aromatic fruity notes suggesting peach and grape as well as notes of lemon grass characterise the bouquet and an elegant minerality completes the picture. On the palate the wine has a powerful character marked by full fruit flavors and a long aromatic finish.

Red Wine

2001 Château Croizet-Bages, Cru Classé, Pauillac, Frankreich
The wines from Pauillac are full-bodied. The terrior here is so outstanding that this commine can boast three Premier Crus Classés. Yet even here there are still discoveries to be made as huge quality strides have been made in the last few years, such as at Château Croizet-Bages. This is a medium-sized estate with around 30 ha of deep-seated gravel soils, planted to cabernet sauvignon, merlot and cabernet franc. The 2001 Château Croizet-Bages is a garnet-colored wine with a bouquet of ripe berry fruit, gentle spicy notes and a touch of bitter chocolate. On the palate it is structured with firm tannins as well as having sweetness of fruit.

2003 Grand Estates Shiraz, Columbia Crest, Washington, USA
The grapes for this cuvee come from the best vineyards in the Columbia Valley. In this instance grapes from the Horse Heaven Hills are responsible for the complexity of the wine, from the Wahluke Slope for the body and those from the Yakima Valley for the aromatic intensity. However, the true secret of this cuvee lies in the small percentage of white viognier grapes. These are fermented together with the red grapes, as is traditional in the Rhône. The subsequent maturation in French and American oak barriques gives the final polish. This is an opulent wine with intense berry fruit and aromas of black cherries as well as a touch of fine spice in the form of vanilla and a hint of caramel.

Dessert Wine

2006 Zweigelt & Pinot Noir Beerenauslese, Weingut Nittnaus, Österreich
When Christine and Hans Nittnaus dare to experiment, there does not seem to be a limit to the impossible, as this Beerenauslese made from red grapes shows. The Austrian “national grape” Zweigelt comes together with French Pinot Noir in this dessert wine with its delicate rosé color with glints of orange-red. The bouquet is extravagant with aromas of ripe raspberries and strawberry conserve, touches of mild spices and a touch of honey and citrus freshness and these aromas are repeated on the palate. This Beerenauslese is most pleasing with its elegant sweetness and restrained acidity.

Monthly Proposal

Nonino Grappa Lo Chardonnay Barrique, Italien
The Nonino family have made grappa acceptable in polite society. Although they have more than a century’s experience in the art of distillation, they only became famous in 1973 when Giannola and Benito Nonino revolutionised the method of producing grappa with their “invention” of the first varietal grappa, the cru monovitigno from the picolit grape. Since then their superb, top-class grappas have enjoyed success around the world. The 66 steam-driven copper stills, designed specially for the Nonino distillery, are also unique and ensure that the specially selected, fresh, still juicy grap marc can be distilled immediately during the grape harvest. The best grappas and grape brandies mature in the Nonino family’s four big cellars in Friuli in casks made of Limousin or Nevers oak, pear or wild cherry wood and even in old sherry casks. The mature grappas and grape brandies are bottled without any additions after a long, natural maturation period. The Grappa Monovitigno Lo Chardonnay Barrique is made of fresh chardonnay marc from the wine region Friuli. The bouquet suggest nutty notes of marc, mild spices and candied fruit as well as hints of vanilla and cocoa. This is a powerful and exquisite grappa with a long finish.

Spirits

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey Old No 7
Amber colored Whiskey with distinctive caramel, vanilla and almond notes and a touch of fruity impressions.

Johnnie Walker Blue Label
Superior brand with an intense, opulent aroma and the typical peaty character.

Talisker 10 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky
With its distinctive “turf” character and intense and fulsome flavour, this typical malt whisky hails from the only distillery to be found on the Isle of Skye.

Smirnoff Red Vodka
Triple-distilled and filtered ten times for exceptional smoothness and purity.

Bombay Sapphire Distilled London Dry Gin
Predominant juniper notes, balanced with impression of lemon peel and coriander.

Cognac Lhéraud Cuvée 30
A fine and mature cognac from an exceptional distiller.

Calvados Pays d’Auge AC, Daron
The long maturation process in oak barrels brings out crisp and sweet aromas of apple, pear and vanilla.

Fernet Branca
An aromatic blend of about 40 herbs and spices.

Tequila
Exclusively on flights to and from Mexico.

Walcher Williams Exclusiv
A juicy and very fruity poire Williams with long-lasting flavour and a very typical finish.

Etter Zuger Kirsch, 42 Vol %, Jahrgang 2005
Made from the Swiss “Lauerz” cherries, full-bodied, aromatic and refined.

Liqueur and Port

Baileys Irish Cream
A delicious cream liqueur made entirely in Ireland from a combination of dairy cream, Irish Whiskey and the smooth flavour of chocolate and vanilla.

Niepoort Portwein LBV 2003
An intensive, young and powerful port with a decent fruit flavour.

Cold Beverages

Mineral water
Apollinaris, sparkling natural mineral water
Elisabethenquelle, natural mineral water

Fruit juices
Apple Juice
Tomato Juice
Orange Juice

Soft Drinks
Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola light, Sprite
Kinley Tonic Water, Kinley Bitter Lemon, Kinley Ginger Ale

German Beer
Warsteiner Pils
Clausthaler, non-alcoholic

Hot Beverages

Jacobs Kaffee
Mild Arabica Coffee from the Highlands

Nespreso Espresso und Cappuccino, 3 Grands Crus des Kaffees
Ristetto : A short, full-bodied and intense Espresso with a pleasantly lingering taste.
Volluto : A lightly roasted blend with a subtle, yet present body and hints of biscuit, redolent of cereal, enhanced by a touch of acidity and a fresh and light fruitiness.
Decaffeinato : This is a light and delicate decaffeinated variety which strikes a good balance between mildness and acidity.

Masala Tee
Exclusively on flights to and from India

Eilles Teespezialitäten

Darjeeling Royal First Flush Blatt
Harvested in springtime in the best tea gardens of the Himilayan foothills, this superior quality shows a lot of white leaf toips after the winter’s rest in Northern India. Its aroma is crisp and fresh, reminiscent of lilies of the valley, its color pale orange.

Assam Special Broken
This robust elegant tea, harvested at the Brahmaputra River plantations in Northern India, is copper-red in color with a rich and malty aroma. Milk or cream and sugar are worthly accompaniments.

Earl Grey Premium Blatt
A blend of Darjeeling, Ceylon and Chinese teas enhanced by aromatic oil from the finest bergamot fruit. A classic, copper-red in the cup, especially enjoyable with pastries and cake.

Grüntee Asia Superior Blatt
Grown in fertile Central Asia, this unfermented tea is bright yellow in color with a pleasant, gentle aroma and sweet yet tart notes. Traditionally enjoyed plain.

Vita Orange
A crisp and refreshing combination of hibiscus flowers, apples, orange and lemon zest, cinnamon and orange flavour as well as ten revitalizing vitamins.

Yogi Tee Rotbusch Bio
Enticingly rich and fragrant spices reminiscent of the exotic kitchens of the Orient mingle with soft Rooisbush tea from South Africa. Organically grown Ayurvedic blend with cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, pepper, cloves and Rooibos.

03/04-2008

Coffee Specialties

Caffè Lungo
“Caffè Lungo”, an Italian specialty, is espresso with water added to it, developed to be enjoyed in large coffee mugs.

Café Caramel
Embedded in the mildness of an espresso the caramel note, with its velvety soft aroma, is a wonderful complementary flavour.

Café Brulôt
This robust Lungo is created with only the best espresso. A shot of the finest cognac renders it an exquisite French coffee specialty.

Caffè Borgia
A surprising blend of the finest espresso and select hot chocolate makes this, with a delicate topping of “crema”, a pure indulgence. In other words : a very special hot chocolate.

Latte Macchiato
Literally translated Latte Macchiato means “spotted milk” – which only appears after stirring. The three-layered cappuccino version is served in a slender glass : fresh milk at the bottom, a fine espresso in the middle and a crowning of cool milk foam.

Café Baileys
Ristretto, a typical Italian espresso, paired with creamy Baileys in this American coffee version – an exceptional treat!


Asian Delight

Cold Specialties

Spiced Papaya with Vegetable Salad, Cashew Nuts and Curry Dressing

Sweet and sour Pork with roasted Sesame

Corn fed Poulard Salad with Leek, red Lentils and Onions

Grilled fresh Pineapple

Pomelo Salad

Mango Ginger Chutney

Hot Specialties

Filet of Beef, Wok fried Vegetables and green Thai Curry Sauce served with Jasmin Rice

Flavored Pike-perch with Soy Oyster Sauce, Spring Onions, Chili and mashed Ginger

Dessert

Lime Pineapple Tart with Coconut

Fresh Fruit

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First Class menu
Munich First Class Lounge
April 2008


Breakfast

Freshly squeezed juices

Orange
Kiwi
Grapefruit
Multivitamin

Coffee / Tea / Hot chocolate

Coffee / Cappuccino / White coffee / Latte macchiato
Espresso / Espresso macchiato
Black tea / Green tea / Red tea
Hot chocolate

Fruits / Yoghurt / Cereals

Yoghurt, with fruits
Fruit salad with acacia honey
Homemade bircher granola
Fresh and dried fruits
Cornflakes
Oat flakes

Ham / Sausage / Cheese / Fish

Salami / South Bavarian ham
Scottish salmon
Cottage cheese / camembert

Freshly cooked – eggs from the organic farm

Eggs cooked as you like
Scrambled eggs / Omelette / Fried egg of your choice with bacon, herbs, grilled tomato
Curd pancake with sour cherries

From our own bakery

Bread roll / Baguette / Toast / Leaven bread / Butter croissant / Danish pastry

Jams / Honey


Menu

Starters from the buffet

Antipasti
Sushi selection
Baby leaf salad with various toppings

Soups

Asparagus essence with Bear’s garlic balls
Carrot ginger soup with smoked duck breast

Pasta

Swayed Swabian ravioli with butter onions

Fish

Poached salmon on saffron foam with black noodles

Dear Guest,
For your convenience our wining and dining area is a cell phone free zone.


Welcome to Germany

Fresh asparagus from Abensberg with sauce hollandaise, veal medallion and potatoes
It’s your choice! We also serve asparagus with raw / boiled ham, beef filet or “Viennese” schnitzel.

Pan fried

“Viennese” schnitzel with warm potato salad
Beef filet on redwine butter with romanesco and cream potatoes

Special of the day

Dear Guest,
We offer you a daily changing special. Just ask our service team!

Bavarian delicacies

Munich veal sausage with sweet mustard
Bavarian meat loaf
Fried sausage from Nuremberg on sauerkraut

Desserts from the buffet

Creme brulee served in a confectglas
Strawberries on sweet basil cream
Salad of fresh fruits and berries with acacia honey
Mousse of white and dark chocolate


Beverage Selection

Champagne

Champagne Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Brut
Champagne Bourgeois Brut

White Wine

2007 Schloss Vollrads, Riesling Kabinett Trocken, Weingut Schloss Vollrads
2007 Stellenbosch Sauvignon Blanc, La Motte, South Africa

Red Wine

1998 Chateau du Breuil, Bordeaux, Cru Bourgeois Superieur
2006 Morellino di Scansano, Le Pupille, Sangiovese
2006 Domaine de Saint Dominique, Languedoc

Cognacs

Whiskies

Cocktails & longdrinks

Beer

Schneider wheat beer
Weihenstephaner pils
Augustiner beer
Beck’s
Jever
Non alcoholic beer

Mineral Water

Vittel
Pineo water
Apollinaris
Vöslauer
San Pellegrino
Plose
Staatlich Fachingen
Montes
Perrier
Evian
Taunusquelle
Valser water

Candle light dinner

Dear Guest,
What about a romantic candle light dinner? Just ask our service team!
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Frankfurt First Class Terminal
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Buffet

Antipasti (cold)

Mediterranean shrimp salad
Veal with tuna sauce
Grilled vegetables
Feta cheese with olive oil
White eggplant puree
Arugula with cherry tomatoes
Shallots with aged balsamic vinegar
Buffalo mozzarella
Parmesan / Manchego
Prosciutto di Parma
Jamon Iberico / Pata Negra
Grilled green asparagus
Minced Beef Salad
Stuffed eggplant

Tapas (warm)

Calamares fritos / fried baby calamari
Alcachofas fritas / fried artichokes
Albondigas / meatballs in tomato sauce
Gambas à la plancha / fried prawns

Smoked Salmon

Scottish smoked salmon – Loch Fyne
Horseradish cream ./ toast or bagel / cream cheese

[b]Desserts[b]

DO & CO’s Mousse au chocolat
Crèma Catalana
Tirami su
Panna cotta
DO & CO’s French Kiss
Fresh fruit salad
Viennese apple strudel
Selection of sorbets
Austrian style chocolate soufflé
(5 min.)
Vanilla ice cream with warm chocolate sauce


Buffet und Specials

Soups

Consommé with vegetables

Creamy pumpkin soup
Roasted pumkin seeds / pumkin oil

Tom Ka Gai
Thai chickensoup with coconut milk, fresh cilantro and chilli

Local Special

Bavarian “Leberkäse”
Creamy potato salad / brezel / mustard

Veal goulash
With homemade “Spätzle”

Steak and Salad

Seared fillet of beef
Eggplant salad / crispy rosemary chips

Asia

Chicken Sate
Peanut – coconut sauce
Steamed Jasmine rice

Thai springrolls
Stuffed with vegetables and glass noodles
Soy sauce / sweet chilli sauce

Pasta

Spinach ricotta ravioli
Handmade pasta / fresh truffle


As a courtesy to your fellow passenger, we kindly ask you to refrain from using mobile phones in this area. Thank you.

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Oktoberfest Special

Menu

Bavarian veal sausage
Pretzel and sweet mustard

Snack tray
“Mini-Kaminwurzn”,
airdried farmers ham,
crusted belly of pork,
Franconian liver sausage, salted radish,
firm radishes, boiled eggs,
hand-scraped horseradish,
“Tölzer” mountain farmer cheese, “Obatzda”,
fresh Swabian wood fired bread


Bar

Water

Vöslauer still, Austria
Vöslauer sparkling, Austria
Evian, still, France
Perrier, sparkling, France
Apollinaris, still, Germany
Apollinaris, sparkling, Germany
San Pellegrino, sparkling, Italy
Blue Keld, still, UK
Ramlösa, sparkling, Sweden

Fruit Juices

pineapple
apple
pear
strawberry
black currant
cherry
mango-passion fruit
tropical fruit
peach
tomato

Soft Drinks

Coca Cola
Coca Cola light
Coca Cola Zero
Fanta
Sprite
Bitter Lemon
Ginger Ale
Tonic Water
Kombucha
Red Bull
Red Bull sugar free

Coffee

Espresso
Doppelter espresso
Kleiner Brauner
Grosser Brauner
Verlängerter
Melange
Cappuccino
Latte macchiato
Café creme
Espresso macchiato
Doppelter espresso macchiato
Einspänner
Irish coffee

Hot chocolate

Tea

Assam Bukhial second flush
Ceylon orange pekoe
China Yunnan golden downy pekoe
Darjeeling Lingia first flush
Earl Grey imperior
English breakfast
Uva Blairlomond highgrown

Formosa oolong II

China Lung Ching green tea
China Wujuan jasmine

Tropical fruit
Camomile
Peppermint
Rooibos cream caramel
Herbal tea
Aloe vera wellness tea
Chai tea

Beer

Draft beer
Beck’s, Bremen Germany
Radeberger, Dresden Germany
König Pilsener, Duisburg Germany

Bottled beer
Budweiser, Czech Republic
Carlsberg, Denmark
Corona, Mexico
Diebels Altbier, Germany
Foster’s, Australia
Heineken, Netherlands
Jever Pilsener, Germany
Kronenbourg 1664, France
Ottakringer, Austria
Maisel Diät, Germany
Miller, USA
Wasteiner, Germany

Wheat beer
Franziskaner Hefe, Germany

Non alcoholic beer
Clausthaler, Germany

Cider
Strongbow, UK

Prosecco and Champagner

Prosecco “Brusole”
Case Bianche – Valdobbiadene, Italy

Champagner Taittinger
Brut Réserve – Reims, France

Champagner Taittinger “Rose”
Brut – Reims, France

Ruinart
Brut – Reims, France

Bollinger
Brut – Special Cuvée, France

White Wines

2006 Gelber Muskateller
Gross – Südsteiermark, Austria

2005 Grüner Veltliner Smaragd “Ried Achleiten”
Weingut Jamek – Wachau, Austria

2004 Sancerre
Henri Bourgeois- Chavignol – Loire, France

2006 Riesling
Robert Weil – Rheingau, Germany

2004 Weisser Burgunder
Weingut Münzberg Lothar Kessler & Söhne – Pfalz, Germany

2005 Chardonnay
Jermann, Italy

2005 Sauvignon Blanc
Babich – Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand

Dessert Wine

2004 Beerenauslese Cuvée
Alois Kracher – Neusiedlersee, Austria

Red Wines

2004 Dornfelder
Weingut Münzberg Lothar Kessler & Söhne – Pfalz, Germany

2001 Chianti Classico Riserva
Villa Antinori – Toscana, Italy

2004 Rosso di Montepulciano
Tre Rose Montepulciano – Toscana, Italy

2003 Cabernet Sauvignon
Hans Igler – Burgenland, Austria

2004 Pinotage – Shiraz
Leopard’s Leap, South Africa

2001 Rioja Reserva
Marqués de Cáceres, Spain

2002 Château Fonpiqueyre
Vieilles Vignes Haut Médoc, France

Rosé Wine

2004 Syrah Rosé “Chibet”
Les Vignerons d’Ambrosia, France

Cocktails

Before Dinner Cocktails

Bellini cocktail
Prosecco / peach nectar

Veneziano
Prosecco / Campari / grapefruit juice / lemon juice

Kir Royale
Champagner / Crème de Cassis

Cosmopolitan
Absolut citron / Cointreau / cranberry & lime juice

Martini cocktail
Bombay sapphire / Noilly prat

Manhattan
Canadian Club / Martini Rosso / Angostura bitter

After Dinner Cocktails

White Russian
Grey Goose vodka / Kahlua / cream

Brandy Alexander
Crème de Cacao / Osborne Veterano / cream / nutmeg

Rusty Nail
Scotch / Drambuie

Anytime Cocktails

Mojito
Havana Club 3 years / limes / fresh mint / sugar / soda

Caipirinha
Pitú / limes / brown sugar

Daiquiri
Bacardi Carta Blanca / lime juice / sugar

Strawberry Margarita
Jose Cuervo Tequila / Cointreau / fresh strawberries / lime juice

Sex on the Beach
Absolut Vodka / Pepino Peach / orange juice / cranberry juice

Cuba Libre
Havana Club 3 years / lime / Coca Cola

Piña Colada
Myers’s Rum / coconut syrup / pineapple juice / cream

Mai Tai
Myers’s Rum / Apricot brandy / pineapple juice / lime juice / almond syrup

Whiskey Sour
Jack Daniel’s No 7 / lemon juice / sugar / orange juice

Amaretto Sour
Amaretto / lemon juice / sugar / orange juice

Aperol Sour
Aperol / lemon juice / sugar / orange juice

Whisky and Whiskey

Blended Scotch

Ballantine’s finest
Ballantine’s 12 years
Chivas Regal 12 years
Clan Campbell 12 years
Cutty Sark emerald 12 years
Dewar’s white label
Dimple 12 years
The Famous Grouse finest
The Famous Grouse 12 years
Glob Kitty
J & B
Johnnie Walker red label
Johnnie Walker black label 12 years
Johnnie Walker gold label 18 years
Johnnie Walker blue label
Vat 69 finest

Scotch Single Malt Whisky

Speyside

Aberlour 10 years
Balvenie 10 years
Balvenie double wood 12 years
Cragganmore 12 years
Ferintosh 10 years
Glenfarclas 10 years
Glenfarclas 12 years
Glenfarclas 21 years
Glenfiddich solera reserva 15 years
Glenfiddich Cuban rum finish 21 years
Glenlivet 12 years
Glenlivet 15 years
Glenluig 10 years
Knockando vintage 1986 / 1991
Macallan 12 years
Macallan 18 years
Mortlach 15 years

Central Highlands

Dalwhinnie 15 years

Northern Highlands

Glenmorangie 10 years
Glenmorangie 18 years
Glenmorangie burgundy wood finish 12 years
Glenmorangie madeira wood finish 12 years
Glenmorangie port wood finish 12 years
Glenmorangie sherry wood finish 12 years

Eastern Highlands

Glen Garioch 12 years

Western Highlands

Oban 14 years

Lowlands

Glenkinchie 10 years
Kincaple 10 years

Isle of Islay

Ardbeg 10 years
Ardbeg uigedail cask strength 1992
Druichan 10 years
Lagavulin 16 years
Laphroaig 10 years
Laphroaig 15 years

Isle of Mull

The Craignure 12 years

Isle of Orkney

Highland Park 12 years
The MacPhail’s collection 8 years

Isle of Skye

Talisker 10 years

Scotch Blended Malt Whisky

Glen Grant
Johnnie Walker green label 15 years

Irish Blended Whiskey

Jameson 12 years
Kilbeggan
Paddy
Tullamore Dew

Irish Malt Whiskey

Bushmills 10 years
Connemara
Locke’s 8 years
Tyrconnell

Bourbon Whiskey

Four Roses
Jim Beam
Jim Beam black label 8 years
Maker’s Mark
Wild Turkey 8 years
Woodford Reserve

Tennessee Whiskey

Jack Daniel’s old no 7
Jack Daniel’s gentleman jack
Jack Daniel’s single barrel

Canadian Whisky

Canadian Club
Crown Royal
Old Canada

Exotics Whisky

Japan

Suntory Yamazaki 12 years

New Zealand

Milford 10 years

Austria

Reisetbauer 7 years

Germany

Robert Fleischmann schwarzer pirate 13 years

Aperitif and Bitters

Aperol
Averna
Campari
Cynar
Fernet – branca
Jägermeister
Martini Bitter
Nonino Amaro
Ouzo no 12
Pernod
Ramazzotti
Ricard

Calvados

Daron XO 18 years
Pâpidoux 15 years

Cognac

Camus grand VSOP
Hennessy fine de Cognac
Hennessy XO
Martell cognac cordon bleu
Otard VSOP
Otard XO gold

Armagnac

Château de Laubade XO

Brandy

Carlos I
Conde de Osborne
Osborne Veterano

Grappa

Antinori tignanello
Altesino grappa di brunello
Nonino grappa di moscato
Nonino vuisinar

Schnaps

apple reisetbauer
raspberry reisetbauer
elderflower gölles
cherry reisetbauer
apricot gölles
yellow plum lantenhammer
quince reisetbauer
rowan berry lantenhammer
pear gölles
pear reisetbauer
plum reisetbauer

Rum

Bacardi carta Blanca rum
Bacardi carta d’oro rum
Bacardi carta negra
Bacardi 8 años
Havana Club añejo 3 años
Havana Club añejo especial
Havana Club añejo 7 años
Myers’s dark rum
Pitú cahcaça
Pyrat XO
Zacapa Centenario 23 years

Vodka

Absolut, Sweden
Absolut citron, Sweden
Absolut mandarin, Sweden
Finlandia, Finland
Grey Goose, France
Stolichnaya, Russia

Gin

Beefeater, London dry gin
Bombay Sapphire, London dry gin
Gordon’s, London dry gin
Tanqueray, London dry gin

Tequila

Jose Cuervo classico
Jose Cuervo especial gold

Liqueur

Amaretto disaronno
Baileys
Batida de Côco
Bénédictine DOM
Cointreau
Crème de Cacao
Crème de Cassis
Drambuie
Grand Marnier
Kahlua
Malibu
Pepino Peach
Peter Heering Cherry Liqueur
Sambuca
Southern Comfort
Tia Maria

Sherry

Sandeman don fino
Sandeman dry seco
Sandeman medium dry
Sandeman rich golden

Vermouth

Martini extra dry
Martini bianco
Martini d’oro
Martini rosso
Noilly Prat dry

Port Wine

Delaforce fine ruby port
Delaforce white port

Cheers

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Auckland to Singapore
March 2008


Lunch

Create your gastronomic experience from our selection of tantalising options.

Canapes

Satay
With onion, cucumber and spicy peanut sauce

Appetisers

Duck foie gras with apple and mesclun

Anti pasta platter
Parma ham, salami, air dried beef and marinated zefiti cheese on lettuce and sun dried tomato and artichokes

Soups

Sweetcorn soup with herb oil

Clear Oriental broth of bamboo fungus, black mushrooms and tofu

Salad

Caesar salad
Romaine lettuce with bacon, Parmesan cheese, croutons and anchovy-garlic dressing

Main Courses

Pan roasted beef fillet and oxtail ravioli with bourguignon sauce, sautéed mushroom with bacon and potato mash

Thai green curry chicken, leafy greens, carrot, cauliflower and steamed rice

Roast rack of lamb with roast gravy, roasted vegetables and potatoes

Braised hapuku fillet with Oriental XO sauce, seasonal vegetables and egg noodles

Mixed mushroom risotto cakes “Milanese”
Italian tomato sauce, roasted cherry tomatoes on vine ripened rouquette lettuce and shaved parmesan cheese

Desserts

Warm cherry-almond tart with ice cream

Cheeses

Assorted gourmet cheeses served with dried fruit, nuts and cracker

Fruits

Fresh fruits in season


Light Bites

Should you fancy a little snack or something more substantial, simply make your selection known to our crew, during the flight.

Noodles

Fish ball noodle soup
Vermicelli or flat rice noodles in broth served with fish balls and fish cakes

Sandwiches

Savoury sandwich

Vegetarian sandwich

Snacks

Cashew, almond or macadamia nuts

Potato chips

Chocolate bar

Cereal

Assorted walkers biscuit

A selection from the fruit basket

Assorted cheeses with garnishes


Light Meal

Lean back and unwind with our simple yet delightful culinary selection.

Appetiser

Seared tuna loin tataki with mesclun
Ponzu dressing

Main Courses

Stir fried scallops with cashew nuts, seasonal vegetables and egg noodles

Panfried New Zealand beef fillet with port wine sauce, roasted vegetables and lyonnaise potatoes

Seared chicken in thyme jus, roasted vegetables and mashed potato with leek

Dessert

Cranberry, orange bread and butter pudding with orange, cardamom sauce


Champagnes and Wines

Champagnes

Dom Pérignon 1999
Few wines have achieved the mythical status of Cuvée Dom Pérignon. Moët et Chandon made their first Cuvée Dom Pérignon 70 years ago, a champagne that is always from the finest Grands Crus and always carries a vintage date. The 1999 is both fresh on the nose and full on the palate, a triumph of ethereal elegance.

Krug Grande Cuvee
Founded in Reims in 1843, the House of Krug is now managed by the 5th and 6th generations of the Krug family. Rigorous selection and care go into every detail of the “multi-vintage” Grand Cuvée, which offers a magical combination of aromatic complexity, power and finesse with a long, lingering finish. Krug is the ultimate experience in champagne.

White Wines

Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Marlborough
Cloudy Bay is the definitive New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Since its first vintage in 1986, Cloudy Bay has excited wine drinkers the world over with its racy freshness and zingy flavours. Made by winemaker Kevin Judd, this wine well deserves its cult status. Sauvignon Blanc is New Zealand’s most successful and distinctive wine style and has almost single-handedly established “the land of the long white cloud” on the international wine stage.

Meursault Les Clous 2005 Bouchard Pere et Fils
Meursault is one of the most famous of all white Burgundies and the Les Clous vineyard that is 47% owned by Bouchard Pere et Fils, lies just above the village’s top Premier Crus. Pale gold with green tints, with the classic Meursault aroma of white flowers and hazelnuts, this wine has ripe Chardonnay fruit on the palate, a hint of oak and a firm finish. 2005 was the best vintage in Burgundy for many years and the white wines are beautiful now.

Red Wines

Château Cos d’Estournel 1999 Saint-Estephe
With 65 hectares of superbly placed vineyards that adjoin those of Château Lafite-Rothschild in neighbouring Pauillac, Cos d’Estournel is one of Bordeaux’s most famous estates. The wine is known for its intense, slightly spicy Cabernet Sauvignon fruit blended with a high proportion of Merlot to provide richness and roundness. 1999 was a fine vintage for Bordeaux which is now showing its true quality.

Mr Riggs The Gaffer Shiraz 2005 McLaren Value, Australia
Mr Riggs also known as Ben, has been making wine in McLaren Vale for over 21 years. His Mr Riggs Shiraz is one of the most exciting in the region. It is rich, ripe and full bodied and despite being matured for 12 months in French Oak barrels has a fruit purity that fully expresses the region in which it was grown. The wine is named in honour of Ben’s great-great-great-grandfather who was known as The Gaffer, a colloquial term for the boss or foreman.

Port

Graham’s 20 Year Old Tawny Port Portugal
This magnificent port is made from wines of the very highest quality from Graham’s estates in the Douro region of northern Portugal. The black-red of the young wines takes on a light red/tawny colour, while the nose shows raisiny fruit with hints of orange peel and spice. On the palate it is rich and nutty, with a wonderful warmth of flavour and lingering aftertaste.


Cocktails

Mix of the Month

Fruit Spritzer
A simple yet delightfully refreshing mix of apple juice and 7-Up

Singapore Airlines’ Unique Creations

Silver Kris Sling
One of our special touches made with gin, Cointreau and orange and pineapple juice, topped with champagne

Daiquiri
A trendy cocktail of rum, lemon juice and a pinch of sugar

Jubilee Lining
A zesty cocktail created with Cointreau, Vodka, pineapple juice, topped with soda

Kris in Love
A delightful concoction of white wine stirred with 7-Up

Rumba
An exotic thirst quencher of rum mixed with pineapple juice and 7-Up

Skyhigh
An invigorating recipe featuring vodka, Cointreau, lemon, topped with 7-Up

Apple Bliss
A tantalizing refreshment of apple juice and bitter lemon mixed with 7-Up

Awaiting the Golden Dawn
A healthy, refreshing mix of pineapple, tomato and orange juice

Tropical Fizz
An invigorating concoction of pineapple juice and bitter lemon

All-Time Favourites

Singapore Sling
Synonymous with the Lion City since the early 1900s, this classic cocktail is made with dry gin, Dom Benedictine, cherry brandy, Angostura bitters and grenadine, mixed with lime and pineapple juice

Solitaire Dreams
A cool concoction of rum, pineapple juice, Sling mix with ginger ale

Tropical Sparkle
A refreshing-yet-fruity blend of lime cordial and 7-Up, with orange and tomato juice

Orange Cooler
A light tangy drink created from orange juice and ginger ale with a touch of lime cordial

Appetising Aperitifs

Campari

Dry Vermouth


Spirits

Spirits

Macallan 12 years old Single Malt Whisky
A time-honoured distillation process and the traditional skills of master craftsmen create a satisfyingly complex single malt characterised by a full-bodied flavour with hints of dried fruit and spice

Cognac XO – Hennessy

Johnnie Walker Blue Label

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey

Bombay Sapphire Gin

Smirnoff Red Label Vodka

Bacardi Superior

Liqueurs

Cointreau

Baileys Original Irish Cream

Beer

Steinlager


Beverages

Enjoy the invigorating aroma and rich flavour from our selection of the finest brew.

Enjoy a selection of hot and cold beverages, anytime you wish. Simply let us know your preference.

Gourmet Coffees

Ristretto
An espresso intense in taste and body, and composed of the finest South American Arabicas from Colombia and Brazil

Livanto
A uniquely rounded and well-balanced espresso characterized by delicate woody and cereal notes

Cosi
A lightly toasted espresso with a refreshing acidity, combining the finest Arabica from East Africa to produce a delicate aftertaste

Decaffeinato
A light and delicate decaffeinated variety, which strikes a good balance between softness and acidity

Tea Selection

Pure Ceylon Tea
A favourite choice for any time of the day or night

Earl Grey
Delicately fragrant, a traditional English favourite

Darjeeling
One of the world’s finest blends from the Himilayan foothills

Camomile
A balanced blend of camomile and herbs without caffeine

Decaffeinated Tea
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Fruit Tea
A refreshing tea with the subtle taste of peach

Japanese Green Tea
Delicate aroma with fresh clean taste

Chinese Jasmine Tea
A revered classic with a hint of fragrant jasmine

Chinese Oolong Tea
A special blend featuring a distinctive honey-like taste

Mint Tea
Ceylon tea delicately enhanced with the flavour of mint

Specialty Coffees

Brewed Coffee
Our exclusive blend of coffee, freshly brewed

Café Royal
Lightly sweetened coffee with a touch of XO Brandy

Espresso
A single shot of premium coffee, the gourmet’s choice

Cappuccino
An all time favourite, espresso enriched with an abundance of foamed milk

Café Latte
Mild espresso topped with steamed milk and a dash of foam

Decaffeinated Coffee
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Mocha
A delicious combination of coffee, milk and chocolate

Other Beverages

Chocolate
An ideal treat of smooth rich cocoa and milk

Ovaltine
A nutritious chocolate malt drink

Milo
A nutritious drink for that extra energy


Cool Refreshments

Mineral Water

Sparkling

Still

Fruit Juices

Apple

Orange

Pineapple

Tomato

Soft Drinks

Bitter Lemon

Coke

Coke Light

Ginger Ale

7-Up

Milk

Full Cream

Low Fat



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Singapore to Auckland
March 2008


Dinner Menu

A Savoury Note

Mesclun with hot-smoked salmon and marinated artichoke-puy lentil salad

The Main Event

Corn-fed chicken breast with ceps mushroom stuffing, buttered peas and fingerling potato mash

Hainanese pork chop
A traditional Singapore favourite of crisp port chops in a tomato based cause served with fried rice

Seared beef fillet in red wine sauce with spinach, carrot and mushroom

Thai style prawn curry with seasonal vegetables and steamed Jasmine rice

A Sweet Note

Peach clafoutis
Baked with almond and kirsch in sweet pastry

The Cheese Board

Gourmet cheese with garnishes

Fruit

A selection of fresh fruit

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea
and pralines


Snack Menu

Fancy a snack? Simply take your pick from our range of delectable snacks and make your selection known to our cabin crew.

Noodles

Fish ball broth with kway teow or bee hoon noodles

Prawn noodles with soup

Vegetarian and non-vegetarian instant noodles

Sandwiches

Smoked ham in focaccia bun

Smoked tuna in onion ciabatta

Oriental vegetarian ciabatta

Snacks

Roasted mixed nuts

Chocolate bar

Biscuits

Potato chips

Kjeldsens cookies

Bananas


Breakfast Menu

A Fresh Start

A choice of apple, tomato or freshly squeezed orange juice

Fresh fruit

A Healthy Note

Choice of cereals or yoghurt
Cornflakes with milk or Birchermuesli
Plain or fruit yoghurt


The Main Event

Dim sum selection
Ee fu noodles with roasted pork, pork dumpling, stuffed flower mushroom and har kow

Griddled hot cake with maple syrup, cheese crusted tomato, bacon and ham

Baked egg with chicken sausage, baked beans, mushrooms and potatoes

From the Bakery

Assorted breakfast rolls
Butter – Fruit preserve

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea

Your Breakfast Choice

This convenient breakfast option lets you enjoy all the sleep you want, uninterrupted. Please inform our crew of your choice before lights out – if they do not receive your selection, you will be awakened in time for The Complete Breakfast

The Complete Breakfast*
Take your pick of the Main Event from our scrumptious selections.
Served earliest 2.5 hours prior to arrival

Continental Breakfast*
Delight in this simple yet wholesome meal.
Served earliest 1.5 hours prior to arrival

* Kindly refer to the breakfast menu found above



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Cocktails

Mix of the Month

Fruit Spritzer
A simple yet delightfully refreshing mix of apple juice and 7-Up

Singapore Airlines’ Unique Creations

Silver Kris Sling
One of our special touches made with gin, Cointreau and orange and pineapple juice, topped with champagne

Daiquiri
A trendy cocktail of rum, lemon juice and a pinch of sugar

Jubilee Lining
A zesty cocktail created with Cointreau, Vodka, pineapple juice, topped with soda

Kris in Love
A delightful concoction of white wine stirred with 7-Up

Rumba
An exotic thirst quencher of rum mixed with pineapple juice and 7-Up

Skyhigh
An invigorating recipe featuring vodka, Cointreau, lemon, topped with 7-Up

Apple Bliss
A tantalizing refreshment of apple juice and bitter lemon mixed with 7-Up

Awaiting the Golden Dawn
A healthy, refreshing mix of pineapple, tomato and orange juice

Tropical Fizz
An invigorating concoction of pineapple juice and bitter lemon

All-Time Favourites

Singapore Sling
Synonymous with the Lion City since the early 1900s, this classic cocktail is made with dry gin, Dom Benedictine, cherry brandy, Angostura bitters and grenadine, mixed with lime and pineapple juice

Solitaire Dreams
A cool concoction of rum, pineapple juice, Sling mix with ginger ale

Tropical Sparkle
A refreshing-yet-fruity blend of lime cordial and 7-Up, with orange and tomato juice

Orange Cooler
A light tangy drink created from orange juice and ginger ale with a touch of lime cordial

Appetising Aperitifs

Campari

Dry Vermouth


Spirits

Cognac XO Otard

Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky

Johnnie Walker Black Label

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey

Gordon’s Dry Gin

Smirnoff Red Label Vodka

Bacardi Superior

Premium Ginjo Sake Tamanohikari
(Available on flights to and from Japan)

Liqueurs

Cointreau

Baileys Original Irish Cream

Beer

International Selection

Stout

Guinness Stout


Champagnes and Wines

Champagnes

Charles Heidsieck
Of the three Champagne Houses based in the historic city of Reims that bear the name Heidsieck, Charles Heidsieck is the most famous, being the oldest and the largest and having coined the name “Champagne Charlie”. A perfect blend of the Chardonnay grape for elegance, Pinot Noir for body and a little Pinot Meunier for spiciness, this is a marvellously expressive Champagne, lively on the nose, biscuity and creamy on the palate with rounded, dry finish.

White Wines

Wild Rock “The Infamous Goose” Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Marlborough, New Zealand
The Marlborough region in New Zealand’s South Island produces some of the world’s most exciting and distinctive Sauvignon Blanc. The style is leafy, racy and highly distinctive. Wild Rock is a youthful modern wine company headed by highly respected viticulturalist and Master of Wine Steve Smith and winemaker Matt Murphy. By way of clarification Goose is the nickname of the man who grew the grapes.

[b]Wynns Coonawarra Estate Chardonnay 2006 South Australia
Australia has a reputation for rich and oaky Chardonnay. This stereotype has been challenged of late by the evolution of a new modern style of Chardonnay. These wines, generally grown in cooler regions, are better balanced with less overt oak and higher natural acidity. Wynns is such a wine. Made by Sue Hodder, one of Australia’s most respected female winemakes, Wynns was founded in 1891 and is synonymous with the Coonawarra region. Sealed in screw cap to eliminate cork taint.

Red Wines

Heartland Shiraz 2005
Shiraz is Australia’s most famous grape variety. Whilst the traditional style is well established, a new modern take on Shiraz has emerged focusing more on fruit purity than heavy oak ageing. Heartland Shiraz is such a wine. Heartland is a partnership of local wine identities with complimentary skills in viticulture, winemaking and marketing. The wines are made by cult winemaker Ben Glaetzer who was Young Winemaker of the Year in 2004. This vibrant red wine has great concentration and spice. The palate has a wonderful velvety texture and suppleness and successfully combines power with softness.

Chateau Fonreaud 2002 Listrac Medo
The splendid 18th century chateau of the Chanfreau family occupies the highest elevation in the Medoc and dominates the 42 hectares of gravel soil vineyards that are classified Cru Bourgeois Superieur, a ranking just below that of the world-famous Crus Classes. A fine Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blend, with just a touch of the spicy Petit Verdot grape, this is a classic Listrac : bright carmine colour, a hint of blackcurrants on the nose, velvety smooth on the palate with a balanced dry finish. The 2002 vintage is now at its best.

Elderton Shiraz 2004 Barossa Valley
The Barossa Valley is known internationally for classic “Aussie” Shiraz. These wines are rich and full-bodied with a characteristic soft finish and mocca flavours. Elderton is a small family owned company with an excellent reputation for its reds. This wine, made from old vines from the warmer valley floor, was aged in a mixture of American and French oak barrels and is a fine example of traditional Barossa Shiraz.

Port

Dow 2001 Late Bottled Vintage Port Portugal
A Late Bottled Vintage Port, usually shortened to LBV, is Port from a single, high quality vintage, bottled after four to five years spent maturing in large oak barrels, or “pipes” as they are known in the Douro. Deep ruby in colour, with all the spice, bramble fruit and concentration typical of a fine Port, and a warm, smooth sweetness of the finish, this LBV is one of the highest quality.


Beverages

Enjoy the invigorating aroma and rich flavour from our selection of the finest brew.

Enjoy a selection of hot and cold beverages, anytime you wish. Simply let us know your preference.

Tea Selection

Pure Ceylon Tea
A favourite choice for any time of the day or night

Earl Grey
Delicately fragrant, a traditional English favourite

Darjeeling
One of the world’s finest blends from the Himilayan foothills

Camomile
A balanced blend of camomile and herbs without caffeine

Decaffeinated Tea
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Japanese Green Tea
Delicate aroma with fresh clean taste

Chinese Jasmine Tea
A revered classic with a hint of fragrant jasmine

Chinese Oolong Tea
A special blend featuring a distinctive honey-like taste

Gourmet Coffees

Ristretto
An espresso intense in taste and body, and composed of the finest South American Arabicas from Colombia and Brazil

Livanto
A uniquely rounded and well-balanced espresso characterized by delicate woody and cereal notes

Cosi
A lightly toasted espresso with a refreshing acidity, combining the finest Arabica from East Africa to produce a delicate aftertaste

Decaffeinato
A light and delicate decaffeinated variety, which strikes a good balance between softness and acidity

Specialty Coffees

Brewed Coffee
Our exclusive blend of coffee, freshly brewed

Café Royal
Lightly sweetened coffee with a touch of XO Brandy

Espresso
A single shot of premium coffee, the gourmet’s choice

Cappuccino
An all time favourite, espresso enriched with an abundance of foamed milk

Decaffeinated Coffee
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Mocha
A delicious combination of coffee, milk and chocolate

Other Beverages

Chocolate
An ideal treat of smooth rich cocoa and milk

Ovaltine
A nutritious chocolate malt drink

Milo
A nutritious drink for that extra energy


Cool Refreshments

Mineral Water

Sparkling

Still

Fruit Juices

Apple

Orange

Pineapple

Tomato

Soft Drinks

Bitter Lemon

Coke

Coke Light

Ginger Ale

7-Up

Milk

Full Cream

Low Fat


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March 2008


Lunch Menu

To Nibble On…

Satay
With onion, cucumber and spicy peanut sauce

A Savoury Note

Parma ham with roasted pear salad, charred vegetables and basalmic dressing

The Main Event

Moroccan lamb shank with leek, asparagus, baby carrot and mashed potato

Seared fish fillet in vanilla veloute, roasted vegetables and sauteed baby spinach

Stir fried chicken with macadamia nuts, selected vegetables and fragrant rice

Braised beef in Chinese wine and five-spices with seasonal vegetables and fried rice

A Sweet Note

Tiramisu with rum and raisin ice cream
vanilla sauce

The Cheese Board

Gourmet cheese with garnishes

Fruit

A selection of fresh fruit

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea
and pralines


Snack Menu

Fancy a snack? Simply take your pick from our range of delectable snacks and make your selection known to our cabin crew.

Noodles

Fish ball broth with kway teow or bee hoon noodles

Vegetarian and non-vegetarian instant noodles

Sandwiches

Savoury sandwich

Vegetarian sandwich

Snacks

Roasted mixed nuts

Chocolate bar

Potato chips

Sweet cookies

Fruits


Light Meal Menu

A Savoury Note

Caesar salad
Romaine lettuce with bacon, parmesan cheese, quail eggs, croutons and anchovy-garlic dressing

The Main Event

Seared chicken in herb jus, roasted vegetables and potatoes

Oriental style fillet of salmon in hoisin sauce, stir fried vegetables and steamed rice

Fettuccine carbonara
Pasta in creamy sauce with ham and mushrooms

A Sweet Note

Citrus creme brulee

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea


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Cocktails

Mix of the Month

Fruit Spritzer
A simple yet delightfully refreshing mix of apple juice and 7-Up

Singapore Airlines’ Unique Creations

Silver Kris Sling
One of our special touches made with gin, Cointreau and orange and pineapple juice, topped with champagne

Daiquiri
A trendy cocktail of rum, lemon juice and a pinch of sugar

Jubilee Lining
A zesty cocktail created with Cointreau, Vodka, pineapple juice, topped with soda

Kris in Love
A delightful concoction of white wine stirred with 7-Up

Rumba
An exotic thirst quencher of rum mixed with pineapple juice and 7-Up

Skyhigh
An invigorating recipe featuring vodka, Cointreau, lemon, topped with 7-Up

Apple Bliss
A tantalizing refreshment of apple juice and bitter lemon mixed with 7-Up

Awaiting the Golden Dawn
A healthy, refreshing mix of pineapple, tomato and orange juice

Tropical Fizz
An invigorating concoction of pineapple juice and bitter lemon

All-Time Favourites

Singapore Sling
Synonymous with the Lion City since the early 1900s, this classic cocktail is made with dry gin, Dom Benedictine, cherry brandy, Angostura bitters and grenadine, mixed with lime and pineapple juice

Solitaire Dreams
A cool concoction of rum, pineapple juice, Sling mix with ginger ale

Tropical Sparkle
A refreshing-yet-fruity blend of lime cordial and 7-Up, with orange and tomato juice

Orange Cooler
A light tangy drink created from orange juice and ginger ale with a touch of lime cordial

Appetising Aperitifs

Campari

Dry Vermouth


Spirits

Spirits

Cognac XO Otard

Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky

Johnnie Walker Black Label

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey

Gordon’s Dry Gin

Smirnoff Red Label Vodka

Bacardi Superior

Premium Ginjo Sake Tamanohikari
(Available on flights to and from Japan)

Liqueurs

Cointreau

Baileys Original Irish Cream

Beer

International Selection

Stout

Guinness Stout


Champagnes and Wines

Champagnes

Charles Heidsieck
Of the three Champagne Houses based in the historic city of Reims that bear the name Heidsieck, Charles Heidsieck is the most famous, being the oldest and the largest and having coined the name “Champagne Charlie”. A perfect blend of the Chardonnay grape for elegance, Pinot Noir for body and a little Pinot Meunier for spiciness, this is a marvellously expressive Champagne, lively on the nose, biscuity and creamy on the palate with rounded, dry finish.

White Wines

Wild Rock “The Infamous Goose” Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Marlborough, New Zealand
The Marlborough region in New Zealand’s South Island produces some of the world’s most exciting and distinctive Sauvignon Blanc. The style is leafy, racy and highly distinctive. Wild Rock is a youthful modern wine company headed by highly respected viticulturalist and Master of Wine Steve Smith and winemaker Matt Murphy. By way of clarification Goose is the nickname of the man who grew the grapes.

[b]Wynns Coonawarra Estate Chardonnay 2006 South Australia
Australia has a reputation for rich and oaky Chardonnay. This stereotype has been challenged of late by the evolution of a new modern style of Chardonnay. These wines, generally grown in cooler regions, are better balanced with less overt oak and higher natural acidity. Wynns is such a wine. Made by Sue Hodder, one of Australia’s most respected female winemakes, Wynns was founded in 1891 and is synonymous with the Coonawarra region. Sealed in screw cap to eliminate cork taint.

Red Wines

Heartland Shiraz 2005
Shiraz is Australia’s most famous grape variety. Whilst the traditional style is well established, a new modern take on Shiraz has emerged focusing more on fruit purity than heavy oak ageing. Heartland Shiraz is such a wine. Heartland is a partnership of local wine identities with complimentary skills in viticulture, winemaking and marketing. The wines are made by cult winemaker Ben Glaetzer who was Young Winemaker of the Year in 2004. This vibrant red wine has great concentration and spice. The palate has a wonderful velvety texture and suppleness and successfully combines power with softness.

Chateau Fonreaud 2002 Listrac Medo
The splendid 18th century chateau of the Chanfreau family occupies the highest elevation in the Medoc and dominates the 42 hectares of gravel soil vineyards that are classified Cru Bourgeois Superieur, a ranking just below that of the world-famous Crus Classes. A fine Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blend, with just a touch of the spicy Petit Verdot grape, this is a classic Listrac : bright carmine colour, a hint of blackcurrants on the nose, velvety smooth on the palate with a balanced dry finish. The 2002 vintage is now at its best.

Elderton Shiraz 2004 Barossa Valley
The Barossa Valley is known internationally for classic “Aussie” Shiraz. These wines are rich and full-bodied with a characteristic soft finish and mocca flavours. Elderton is a small family owned company with an excellent reputation for its reds. This wine, made from old vines from the warmer valley floor, was aged in a mixture of American and French oak barrels and is a fine example of traditional Barossa Shiraz.

Port

Dow 2001 Late Bottled Vintage Port Portugal
A Late Bottled Vintage Port, usually shortened to LBV, is Port from a single, high quality vintage, bottled after four to five years spent maturing in large oak barrels, or “pipes” as they are known in the Douro. Deep ruby in colour, with all the spice, bramble fruit and concentration typical of a fine Port, and a warm, smooth sweetness of the finish, this LBV is one of the highest quality.


Beverages

Enjoy the invigorating aroma and rich flavour from our selection of the finest brew.

Enjoy a selection of hot and cold beverages, anytime you wish. Simply let us know your preference.

Tea Selection

Pure Ceylon Tea
A favourite choice for any time of the day or night

Earl Grey
Delicately fragrant, a traditional English favourite

Darjeeling
One of the world’s finest blends from the Himilayan foothills

Camomile
A balanced blend of camomile and herbs without caffeine

Decaffeinated Tea
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Japanese Green Tea
Delicate aroma with fresh clean taste

Chinese Jasmine Tea
A revered classic with a hint of fragrant jasmine

Chinese Oolong Tea
A special blend featuring a distinctive honey-like taste

Gourmet Coffees

Ristretto
An espresso intense in taste and body, and composed of the finest South American Arabicas from Colombia and Brazil

Livanto
A uniquely rounded and well-balanced espresso characterized by delicate woody and cereal notes

Cosi
A lightly toasted espresso with a refreshing acidity, combining the finest Arabica from East Africa to produce a delicate aftertaste

Decaffeinato
A light and delicate decaffeinated variety, which strikes a good balance between softness and acidity

Specialty Coffees

Brewed Coffee
Our exclusive blend of coffee, freshly brewed

Café Royal
Lightly sweetened coffee with a touch of XO Brandy

Espresso
A single shot of premium coffee, the gourmet’s choice

Cappuccino
An all time favourite, espresso enriched with an abundance of foamed milk

Decaffeinated Coffee
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Mocha
A delicious combination of coffee, milk and chocolate

Other Beverages

Chocolate
An ideal treat of smooth rich cocoa and milk

Ovaltine
A nutritious chocolate malt drink

Milo
A nutritious drink for that extra energy


Cool Refreshments

Mineral Water

Sparkling

Still

Fruit Juices

Apple

Orange

Pineapple

Tomato

Soft Drinks

Bitter Lemon

Coke

Coke Light

Ginger Ale

7-Up

Milk

Full Cream

Low Fat


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Business Class menu
Auckland to Singapore
April 2008


Supper Menu

A Savoury Note

Parma ham with roasted pear salad, charred vegetables and basalmic dressing

The Main Event

Moroccan lamb shank with leek, asparagus, baby carrot and mashed potato

Seared fish fillet in vanilla veloute, roasted vegetables and sauteed baby spinach

Stir fried chicken with macadamia nuts, selected vegetables and fragrant rice

Braised beef in Chinese wine and five-spices with seasonal vegetables and fried rice

A Sweet Note

Citrus creme brulee

The Cheese Board

Gourmet cheese with garnishes

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea


Snack Menu

Fancy a snack? Simply take your pick from our range of delectable snacks and make your selection known to our cabin crew.

Noodles

Vegetarian and non-vegetarian instant noodles

Sandwiches

Savoury sandwich

Vegetarian sandwich

Snacks

Roasted mixed nuts

Chocolate bar

Potato chips

Sweet cookies

Fruits


Breakfast Menu

A Fresh Start

A choice of apple, tomato or freshly squeezed orange juice

Fresh fruit

A Healthy Note

Choice of cereals or yoghurt
Cornflakes with milk or Birchermuesli
Plain or fruit yoghurt


The Main Event

Singapore carrot cake
Fried savoury rice pudding with prawns and egg

Griddled American hotcake with bacon, grilled banana, maple syrup and double cream

Vegetable frittata with grilled bacon, chicken sausage and roma tomato

From the Bakery

Assorted breakfast rolls
Butter – Fruit preserve

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea

Your Breakfast Choice

This convenient breakfast option lets you enjoy all the sleep you want, uninterrupted. Please inform our crew of your choice before lights out – if they do not receive your selection, you will be awakened in time for The Complete Breakfast

The Complete Breakfast*
Take your pick of the Main Event from our scrumptious selections.
Served earliest 2.5 hours prior to arrival

Continental Breakfast*
Delight in this simple yet wholesome meal.
Served earliest 1.5 hours prior to arrival

* Kindly refer to the breakfast menu found above



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Cocktails

Mix of the Month

Fruit Spritzer
A simple yet delightfully refreshing mix of apple juice and 7-Up

Singapore Airlines’ Unique Creations

Silver Kris Sling
One of our special touches made with gin, Cointreau and orange and pineapple juice, topped with champagne

Daiquiri
A trendy cocktail of rum, lemon juice and a pinch of sugar

Jubilee Lining
A zesty cocktail created with Cointreau, Vodka, pineapple juice, topped with soda

Kris in Love
A delightful concoction of white wine stirred with 7-Up

Rumba
An exotic thirst quencher of rum mixed with pineapple juice and 7-Up

Skyhigh
An invigorating recipe featuring vodka, Cointreau, lemon, topped with 7-Up

Apple Bliss
A tantalizing refreshment of apple juice and bitter lemon mixed with 7-Up

Awaiting the Golden Dawn
A healthy, refreshing mix of pineapple, tomato and orange juice

Tropical Fizz
An invigorating concoction of pineapple juice and bitter lemon

All-Time Favourites

Singapore Sling
Synonymous with the Lion City since the early 1900s, this classic cocktail is made with dry gin, Dom Benedictine, cherry brandy, Angostura bitters and grenadine, mixed with lime and pineapple juice

Solitaire Dreams
A cool concoction of rum, pineapple juice, Sling mix with ginger ale

Tropical Sparkle
A refreshing-yet-fruity blend of lime cordial and 7-Up, with orange and tomato juice

Orange Cooler
A light tangy drink created from orange juice and ginger ale with a touch of lime cordial

Appetising Aperitifs

Campari

Dry Vermouth


Spirits

Spirits

Cognac XO Otard

Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky

Johnnie Walker Black Label

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey

Gordon’s Dry Gin

Smirnoff Red Label Vodka

Bacardi Superior

Premium Ginjo Sake Tamanohikari
(Available on flights to and from Japan)

Liqueurs

Cointreau

Baileys Original Irish Cream

Beer

International Selection

Stout

Guinness Stout


Champagnes and Wines

Champagnes

Charles Heidsieck
Of the three Champagne Houses based in the historic city of Reims that bear the name Heidsieck, Charles Heidsieck is the most famous, being the oldest and the largest and having coined the name “Champagne Charlie”. A perfect blend of the Chardonnay grape for elegance, Pinot Noir for body and a little Pinot Meunier for spiciness, this is a marvellously expressive Champagne, lively on the nose, biscuity and creamy on the palate with rounded, dry finish.

White Wines

Wild Rock “The Infamous Goose” Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Marlborough, New Zealand
The Marlborough region in New Zealand’s South Island produces some of the world’s most exciting and distinctive Sauvignon Blanc. The style is leafy, racy and highly distinctive. Wild Rock is a youthful modern wine company headed by highly respected viticulturalist and Master of Wine Steve Smith and winemaker Matt Murphy. By way of clarification Goose is the nickname of the man who grew the grapes.

[b]Wynns Coonawarra Estate Chardonnay 2006 South Australia
Australia has a reputation for rich and oaky Chardonnay. This stereotype has been challenged of late by the evolution of a new modern style of Chardonnay. These wines, generally grown in cooler regions, are better balanced with less overt oak and higher natural acidity. Wynns is such a wine. Made by Sue Hodder, one of Australia’s most respected female winemakes, Wynns was founded in 1891 and is synonymous with the Coonawarra region. Sealed in screw cap to eliminate cork taint.

Red Wines

Heartland Shiraz 2005
Shiraz is Australia’s most famous grape variety. Whilst the traditional style is well established, a new modern take on Shiraz has emerged focusing more on fruit purity than heavy oak ageing. Heartland Shiraz is such a wine. Heartland is a partnership of local wine identities with complimentary skills in viticulture, winemaking and marketing. The wines are made by cult winemaker Ben Glaetzer who was Young Winemaker of the Year in 2004. This vibrant red wine has great concentration and spice. The palate has a wonderful velvety texture and suppleness and successfully combines power with softness.

Chateau Fonreaud 2002 Listrac Medo
The splendid 18th century chateau of the Chanfreau family occupies the highest elevation in the Medoc and dominates the 42 hectares of gravel soil vineyards that are classified Cru Bourgeois Superieur, a ranking just below that of the world-famous Crus Classes. A fine Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blend, with just a touch of the spicy Petit Verdot grape, this is a classic Listrac : bright carmine colour, a hint of blackcurrants on the nose, velvety smooth on the palate with a balanced dry finish. The 2002 vintage is now at its best.

Elderton Shiraz 2004 Barossa Valley
The Barossa Valley is known internationally for classic “Aussie” Shiraz. These wines are rich and full-bodied with a characteristic soft finish and mocca flavours. Elderton is a small family owned company with an excellent reputation for its reds. This wine, made from old vines from the warmer valley floor, was aged in a mixture of American and French oak barrels and is a fine example of traditional Barossa Shiraz.

Port

Dow 2001 Late Bottled Vintage Port Portugal
A Late Bottled Vintage Port, usually shortened to LBV, is Port from a single, high quality vintage, bottled after four to five years spent maturing in large oak barrels, or “pipes” as they are known in the Douro. Deep ruby in colour, with all the spice, bramble fruit and concentration typical of a fine Port, and a warm, smooth sweetness of the finish, this LBV is one of the highest quality.


Beverages

Enjoy the invigorating aroma and rich flavour from our selection of the finest brew.

Enjoy a selection of hot and cold beverages, anytime you wish. Simply let us know your preference.

Tea Selection

Pure Ceylon Tea
A favourite choice for any time of the day or night

Earl Grey
Delicately fragrant, a traditional English favourite

Darjeeling
One of the world’s finest blends from the Himilayan foothills

Camomile
A balanced blend of camomile and herbs without caffeine

Decaffeinated Tea
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Japanese Green Tea
Delicate aroma with fresh clean taste

Chinese Jasmine Tea
A revered classic with a hint of fragrant jasmine

Chinese Oolong Tea
A special blend featuring a distinctive honey-like taste

Gourmet Coffees

Brazil Santos Bourbon
Coffee connoisseurs are sure to appreciate this smooth nutty coffee – the pick of the Brazilian crop
aroma 4/5 body 3/5 acidity 2/5

Colombian Supremo
Good all-rounded coffee with light body, balanced acidity and a smooth, rounded flavour that leaves a clean aftertaste
aroma 3/5 body 3/5 acidity 3/5

Kenyan AA “Kilimanjaro”
It takes that magical combination of temperate climate and volcanic soil to produce this medium bodied coffee with a sharp, intense flavour and rich aftertaste
aroma 5/5 body 4/5 acidity 4/5

Specialty Coffees

Brewed Coffee
Our exclusive blend of coffee, freshly brewed

Café Royal
Lightly sweetened coffee with a touch of XO Brandy

Espresso
A single shot of premium coffee, the gourmet’s choice

Cappuccino
An all time favourite, espresso enriched with an abundance of foamed milk

Decaffeinated Coffee
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Mocha
A delicious combination of coffee, milk and chocolate

Other Beverages

Chocolate
An ideal treat of smooth rich cocoa and milk

Ovaltine
A nutritious chocolate malt drink

Milo
A nutritious drink for that extra energy


Cool Refreshments

Mineral Water

Sparkling

Still

Fruit Juices

Apple

Orange

Pineapple

Tomato

Soft Drinks

Bitter Lemon

Coke

Coke Light

Ginger Ale

7-Up

Milk

Full Cream

Low Fat


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Singapore Airlines
Business Class menu
Singapore to Auckland
April 2008


Breakfast Menu

A Fresh Start

A choice of apple, tomato or freshly squeezed orange juice

Fresh fruit

A Healthy Note

Choice of cereals or yoghurt
Cornflakes with milk or Birchermuesli
Plain or fruit yoghurt


The Main Event

Dim sum selection
Ee fu noodles with roasted pork, pork dumpling, stuffed flower mushroom and har kow

Griddled hotcake with maple syrup, cheese crusted tomato, bacon and ham

Baked egg with chicken sausage, baked beans, mushrooms and potatoes

From the Bakery

Assorted breakfast rolls
Butter – Fruit preserve

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea


Snack Menu

Fancy a snack? Simply take your pick from our range of delectable snacks and make your selection known to our cabin crew.

Noodles

Fish ball broth with kway teow or bee hoon noodles

Prawn noodles with soup

Vegetarian and non-vegetarian instant noodles

Sandwiches

Smoked ham in focaccia bun

Smoked tuna in onion ciabatta

Oriental vegetarian ciabatta

Snacks

Roasted mixed nuts

Chocolate bar

Biscuits

Potato chips

Kjeldsens cookies

Bananas


Before Touch-Down Menu

To Nibble On…

Satay
With onion, cucumber and spicy peanut sauce

A Savoury Note

Mesclun with hot-smoked salmon and marinated artichoke-puy lentil salad

The Main Event

Corn-fed chicken breast with ceps mushroom stuffing, buttered peas and fingerling potato mash

Hainanese pork chop
A traditional Singapore favourite of crisp port chops in a tomato based cause served with fried rice

Seared beef fillet in red wine sauce with spinach, carrot and mushroom

Thai style prawn curry with seasonal vegetables and steamed Jasmine rice

A Sweet Note

Peach clafoutis
Baked with almond and kirsch in sweet pastry

The Cheese Board

Gourmet cheese with garnishes

Fruit

A selection of fresh fruit

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea
and pralines


SQ281A SIN-AKL (B/HL) 35-1.1 03-04 RC


Cocktails

Mix of the Month

Fruit Spritzer
A simple yet delightfully refreshing mix of apple juice and 7-Up

Singapore Airlines’ Unique Creations

Silver Kris Sling
One of our special touches made with gin, Cointreau and orange and pineapple juice, topped with champagne

Daiquiri
A trendy cocktail of rum, lemon juice and a pinch of sugar

Jubilee Lining
A zesty cocktail created with Cointreau, Vodka, pineapple juice, topped with soda

Kris in Love
A delightful concoction of white wine stirred with 7-Up

Rumba
An exotic thirst quencher of rum mixed with pineapple juice and 7-Up

Skyhigh
An invigorating recipe featuring vodka, Cointreau, lemon, topped with 7-Up

Apple Bliss
A tantalizing refreshment of apple juice and bitter lemon mixed with 7-Up

Awaiting the Golden Dawn
A healthy, refreshing mix of pineapple, tomato and orange juice

Tropical Fizz
An invigorating concoction of pineapple juice and bitter lemon

All-Time Favourites

Singapore Sling
Synonymous with the Lion City since the early 1900s, this classic cocktail is made with dry gin, Dom Benedictine, cherry brandy, Angostura bitters and grenadine, mixed with lime and pineapple juice

Solitaire Dreams
A cool concoction of rum, pineapple juice, Sling mix with ginger ale

Tropical Sparkle
A refreshing-yet-fruity blend of lime cordial and 7-Up, with orange and tomato juice

Orange Cooler
A light tangy drink created from orange juice and ginger ale with a touch of lime cordial

Appetising Aperitifs

Campari

Dry Vermouth


Spirits

Spirits

Cognac XO Otard

Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky

Johnnie Walker Black Label

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey

Gordon’s Dry Gin

Smirnoff Red Label Vodka

Bacardi Superior

Premium Ginjo Sake Tamanohikari
(Available on flights to and from Japan)

Liqueurs

Cointreau

Baileys Original Irish Cream

Beer

International Selection

Stout

Guinness Stout


Champagnes and Wines

Champagnes

Charles Heidsieck
Of the three Champagne Houses based in the historic city of Reims that bear the name Heidsieck, Charles Heidsieck is the most famous, being the oldest and the largest and having coined the name “Champagne Charlie”. A perfect blend of the Chardonnay grape for elegance, Pinot Noir for body and a little Pinot Meunier for spiciness, this is a marvellously expressive Champagne, lively on the nose, biscuity and creamy on the palate with rounded, dry finish.

White Wines

Wild Rock “The Infamous Goose” Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Marlborough, New Zealand
The Marlborough region in New Zealand’s South Island produces some of the world’s most exciting and distinctive Sauvignon Blanc. The style is leafy, racy and highly distinctive. Wild Rock is a youthful modern wine company headed by highly respected viticulturalist and Master of Wine Steve Smith and winemaker Matt Murphy. By way of clarification Goose is the nickname of the man who grew the grapes.

[b]Wynns Coonawarra Estate Chardonnay 2006 South Australia
Australia has a reputation for rich and oaky Chardonnay. This stereotype has been challenged of late by the evolution of a new modern style of Chardonnay. These wines, generally grown in cooler regions, are better balanced with less overt oak and higher natural acidity. Wynns is such a wine. Made by Sue Hodder, one of Australia’s most respected female winemakes, Wynns was founded in 1891 and is synonymous with the Coonawarra region. Sealed in screw cap to eliminate cork taint.

Red Wines

Heartland Shiraz 2005
Shiraz is Australia’s most famous grape variety. Whilst the traditional style is well established, a new modern take on Shiraz has emerged focusing more on fruit purity than heavy oak ageing. Heartland Shiraz is such a wine. Heartland is a partnership of local wine identities with complimentary skills in viticulture, winemaking and marketing. The wines are made by cult winemaker Ben Glaetzer who was Young Winemaker of the Year in 2004. This vibrant red wine has great concentration and spice. The palate has a wonderful velvety texture and suppleness and successfully combines power with softness.

Chateau Fonreaud 2002 Listrac Medo
The splendid 18th century chateau of the Chanfreau family occupies the highest elevation in the Medoc and dominates the 42 hectares of gravel soil vineyards that are classified Cru Bourgeois Superieur, a ranking just below that of the world-famous Crus Classes. A fine Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blend, with just a touch of the spicy Petit Verdot grape, this is a classic Listrac : bright carmine colour, a hint of blackcurrants on the nose, velvety smooth on the palate with a balanced dry finish. The 2002 vintage is now at its best.

Elderton Shiraz 2004 Barossa Valley
The Barossa Valley is known internationally for classic “Aussie” Shiraz. These wines are rich and full-bodied with a characteristic soft finish and mocca flavours. Elderton is a small family owned company with an excellent reputation for its reds. This wine, made from old vines from the warmer valley floor, was aged in a mixture of American and French oak barrels and is a fine example of traditional Barossa Shiraz.

Port

Dow 2001 Late Bottled Vintage Port Portugal
A Late Bottled Vintage Port, usually shortened to LBV, is Port from a single, high quality vintage, bottled after four to five years spent maturing in large oak barrels, or “pipes” as they are known in the Douro. Deep ruby in colour, with all the spice, bramble fruit and concentration typical of a fine Port, and a warm, smooth sweetness of the finish, this LBV is one of the highest quality.


Beverages

Enjoy the invigorating aroma and rich flavour from our selection of the finest brew.

Enjoy a selection of hot and cold beverages, anytime you wish. Simply let us know your preference.

Tea Selection

Pure Ceylon Tea
A favourite choice for any time of the day or night

Earl Grey
Delicately fragrant, a traditional English favourite

Darjeeling
One of the world’s finest blends from the Himilayan foothills

Camomile
A balanced blend of camomile and herbs without caffeine

Decaffeinated Tea
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Japanese Green Tea
Delicate aroma with fresh clean taste

Chinese Jasmine Tea
A revered classic with a hint of fragrant jasmine

Chinese Oolong Tea
A special blend featuring a distinctive honey-like taste

Gourmet Coffees

Brazil Santos Bourbon
Coffee connoisseurs are sure to appreciate this smooth nutty coffee – the pick of the Brazilian crop
aroma 4/5 body 3/5 acidity 2/5

Colombian Supremo
Good all-rounded coffee with light body, balanced acidity and a smooth, rounded flavour that leaves a clean aftertaste
aroma 3/5 body 3/5 acidity 3/5

Kenyan AA “Kilimanjaro”
It takes that magical combination of temperate climate and volcanic soil to produce this medium bodied coffee with a sharp, intense flavour and rich aftertaste
aroma 5/5 body 4/5 acidity 4/5

Specialty Coffees

Brewed Coffee
Our exclusive blend of coffee, freshly brewed

Café Royal
Lightly sweetened coffee with a touch of XO Brandy

Espresso
A single shot of premium coffee, the gourmet’s choice

Cappuccino
An all time favourite, espresso enriched with an abundance of foamed milk

Decaffeinated Coffee
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Mocha
A delicious combination of coffee, milk and chocolate

Other Beverages

Chocolate
An ideal treat of smooth rich cocoa and milk

Ovaltine
A nutritious chocolate malt drink

Milo
A nutritious drink for that extra energy


Cool Refreshments

Mineral Water

Sparkling

Still

Fruit Juices

Apple

Orange

Pineapple

Tomato

Soft Drinks

Bitter Lemon

Coke

Coke Light

Ginger Ale

7-Up

Milk

Full Cream

Low Fat


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Singapore Airlines
Business Class menu
Singapore to London
April 2008


Breakfast Menu

A Fresh Start

A choice of apple, tomato or freshly squeezed orange juice

Fresh fruit

A Healthy Note

Choice of cereals or yoghurt
Cornflakes with milk or granola with curd-plum compote
Plain or fruit yoghurt


The Main Event

Singapore beef noodle soup
Popular local dish of rice noodles in rich beef broth with sliced beef and bean sprouts

Griddled chicken breast served with roasted tomato, sauteed mushrooms and roesti potato

Poached egg with bacon, sauteed spinach, tomato and roasted potatoes

From the Bakery

Assorted breakfast rolls
Butter – Fruit preserve

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea


Snack Menu

Fancy a snack? Simply take your pick from our range of delectable snacks and make your selection known to our cabin crew.

Noodles

Fish ball broth with kway teow or bee hoon noodles

Prawn noodles with soup

Vegetarian and non-vegetarian instant noodles

Sandwiches

Smoked ham in focaccia bun

Smoked tuna in onion ciabatta

Oriental vegetarian ciabatta

Snacks

Roasted mixed nuts

Toblerone chocolate

Famous Amos biscuits

Real Mccoy smoked BBQ potato chips

Kjeldsens cookies

Bananas


Lunch Menu

To Nibble On…

Satay
With onion, cucumber and spicy peanut sauce

A Savoury Note

Assorted Asian appetiser
Salmon tataki with ikura and wasabi mayo, Thai style chicken and pomelo salad, drunken prawn with jellyfish salad

The Main Event

Braised duck confit with sauteed mushroom, eggplant with dried shrimp in XO sauce and steamed rice

Braised ox cheek in burgundy wine with roasted vegetables and olive oil-mashed potato

Thai style red curry prawns, sauteed assorted vegetables and steamed rice

Pan seared lamb loin served with natural jus, eggplant pureed and sauteed assorted capsicums

A Sweet Note

Chocolate truffle cake

The Cheese Board

Gourmet cheese with garnishes

Fruit

A selection of fresh fruit

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea
and pralines


SQ308B SIN-LHR (B/L) 39-1.1 04 RC


Cocktails

Mix of the Month

Fruit Spritzer
A simple yet delightfully refreshing mix of apple juice and 7-Up

Singapore Airlines’ Unique Creations

Silver Kris Sling
One of our special touches made with gin, Cointreau and orange and pineapple juice, topped with champagne

Daiquiri
A trendy cocktail of rum, lemon juice and a pinch of sugar

Jubilee Lining
A zesty cocktail created with Cointreau, Vodka, pineapple juice, topped with soda

Kris in Love
A delightful concoction of white wine stirred with 7-Up

Rumba
An exotic thirst quencher of rum mixed with pineapple juice and 7-Up

Skyhigh
An invigorating recipe featuring vodka, Cointreau, lemon, topped with 7-Up

Apple Bliss
A tantalizing refreshment of apple juice and bitter lemon mixed with 7-Up

Awaiting the Golden Dawn
A healthy, refreshing mix of pineapple, tomato and orange juice

Tropical Fizz
An invigorating concoction of pineapple juice and bitter lemon

All-Time Favourites

Singapore Sling
Synonymous with the Lion City since the early 1900s, this classic cocktail is made with dry gin, Dom Benedictine, cherry brandy, Angostura bitters and grenadine, mixed with lime and pineapple juice

Solitaire Dreams
A cool concoction of rum, pineapple juice, Sling mix with ginger ale

Tropical Sparkle
A refreshing-yet-fruity blend of lime cordial and 7-Up, with orange and tomato juice

Orange Cooler
A light tangy drink created from orange juice and ginger ale with a touch of lime cordial

Appetising Aperitifs

Campari

Dry Vermouth


Spirits

Spirits

Cognac XO Otard

Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky

Johnnie Walker Black Label

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey

Gordon’s Dry Gin

Smirnoff Red Label Vodka

Bacardi Superior

Premium Ginjo Sake Tamanohikari
(Available on flights to and from Japan)

Liqueurs

Cointreau

Baileys Original Irish Cream

Beer

International Selection

Stout

Guinness Stout


Champagnes and Wines

Champagnes

Charles Heidsieck
Of the three Champagne Houses based in the historic city of Reims that bear the name Heidsieck, Charles Heidsieck is the most famous, being the oldest and the largest and having coined the name “Champagne Charlie”. A perfect blend of the Chardonnay grape for elegance, Pinot Noir for body and a little Pinot Meunier for spiciness, this is a marvellously expressive Champagne, lively on the nose, biscuity and creamy on the palate with rounded, dry finish.

White Wines

Wild Rock “The Infamous Goose” Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Marlborough, New Zealand
The Marlborough region in New Zealand’s South Island produces some of the world’s most exciting and distinctive Sauvignon Blanc. The style is leafy, racy and highly distinctive. Wild Rock is a youthful modern wine company headed by highly respected viticulturalist and Master of Wine Steve Smith and winemaker Matt Murphy. By way of clarification Goose is the nickname of the man who grew the grapes.

[b]Wynns Coonawarra Estate Chardonnay 2006 South Australia
Australia has a reputation for rich and oaky Chardonnay. This stereotype has been challenged of late by the evolution of a new modern style of Chardonnay. These wines, generally grown in cooler regions, are better balanced with less overt oak and higher natural acidity. Wynns is such a wine. Made by Sue Hodder, one of Australia’s most respected female winemakes, Wynns was founded in 1891 and is synonymous with the Coonawarra region. Sealed in screw cap to eliminate cork taint.

Red Wines

Heartland Shiraz 2005
Shiraz is Australia’s most famous grape variety. Whilst the traditional style is well established, a new modern take on Shiraz has emerged focusing more on fruit purity than heavy oak ageing. Heartland Shiraz is such a wine. Heartland is a partnership of local wine identities with complimentary skills in viticulture, winemaking and marketing. The wines are made by cult winemaker Ben Glaetzer who was Young Winemaker of the Year in 2004. This vibrant red wine has great concentration and spice. The palate has a wonderful velvety texture and suppleness and successfully combines power with softness.

Chateau Fonreaud 2002 Listrac Medo
The splendid 18th century chateau of the Chanfreau family occupies the highest elevation in the Medoc and dominates the 42 hectares of gravel soil vineyards that are classified Cru Bourgeois Superieur, a ranking just below that of the world-famous Crus Classes. A fine Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blend, with just a touch of the spicy Petit Verdot grape, this is a classic Listrac : bright carmine colour, a hint of blackcurrants on the nose, velvety smooth on the palate with a balanced dry finish. The 2002 vintage is now at its best.

Elderton Shiraz 2004 Barossa Valley
The Barossa Valley is known internationally for classic “Aussie” Shiraz. These wines are rich and full-bodied with a characteristic soft finish and mocca flavours. Elderton is a small family owned company with an excellent reputation for its reds. This wine, made from old vines from the warmer valley floor, was aged in a mixture of American and French oak barrels and is a fine example of traditional Barossa Shiraz.

Port

Dow 2001 Late Bottled Vintage Port Portugal
A Late Bottled Vintage Port, usually shortened to LBV, is Port from a single, high quality vintage, bottled after four to five years spent maturing in large oak barrels, or “pipes” as they are known in the Douro. Deep ruby in colour, with all the spice, bramble fruit and concentration typical of a fine Port, and a warm, smooth sweetness of the finish, this LBV is one of the highest quality.


Beverages

Enjoy the invigorating aroma and rich flavour from our selection of the finest brew.

Enjoy a selection of hot and cold beverages, anytime you wish. Simply let us know your preference.

Tea Selection

Pure Ceylon Tea
A favourite choice for any time of the day or night

Earl Grey
Delicately fragrant, a traditional English favourite

Darjeeling
One of the world’s finest blends from the Himilayan foothills

Camomile
A balanced blend of camomile and herbs without caffeine

Decaffeinated Tea
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Japanese Green Tea
Delicate aroma with fresh clean taste

Chinese Jasmine Tea
A revered classic with a hint of fragrant jasmine

Chinese Oolong Tea
A special blend featuring a distinctive honey-like taste

Gourmet Coffees

Brazil Santos Bourbon
Coffee connoisseurs are sure to appreciate this smooth nutty coffee – the pick of the Brazilian crop
aroma 4/5 body 3/5 acidity 2/5

Colombian Supremo
Good all-rounded coffee with light body, balanced acidity and a smooth, rounded flavour that leaves a clean aftertaste
aroma 3/5 body 3/5 acidity 3/5

Kenyan AA “Kilimanjaro”
It takes that magical combination of temperate climate and volcanic soil to produce this medium bodied coffee with a sharp, intense flavour and rich aftertaste
aroma 5/5 body 4/5 acidity 4/5

Specialty Coffees

Brewed Coffee
Our exclusive blend of coffee, freshly brewed

Café Royal
Lightly sweetened coffee with a touch of XO Brandy

Espresso
A single shot of premium coffee, the gourmet’s choice

Cappuccino
An all time favourite, espresso enriched with an abundance of foamed milk

Decaffeinated Coffee
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Mocha
A delicious combination of coffee, milk and chocolate

Other Beverages

Chocolate
An ideal treat of smooth rich cocoa and milk

Ovaltine
A nutritious chocolate malt drink

Milo
A nutritious drink for that extra energy


Cool Refreshments

Mineral Water

Sparkling

Still

Fruit Juices

Apple

Orange

Pineapple

Tomato

Soft Drinks

Bitter Lemon

Coke

Coke Light

Ginger Ale

7-Up

Milk

Full Cream

Low Fat


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Business Class menu
London to Singapore
April 2008


Dinner Menu

To Nibble On…

Satay
With onion, cucumber and spicy peanut sauce

A Savoury Note

Marinated crayfish and baby artichokes served with mixed salad and shaved fennel
Choice of tomato salsa or herb vinaigrette

The Main Event

Corn-fed chicken breast with ceps mushroom stuffing, buttered peas and fingerling potato mash

Thai style red curry beef with spiced vegetables and steamed rice

Braised halibut in roasted garlic sauce served with seasonal vegetables and fried noodles

Grilled double cut pork chop served with mustard sauce, roasted vegetables with balsamic and gratin potato

A Sweet Note

Baked cheese cake with cherry compote

The Cheese Board

Gourmet cheese with garnishes

Fruit

A selection of fresh fruit

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea
and pralines


Snack Menu

Fancy a snack? Simply take your pick from our range of delectable snacks and make your selection known to our cabin crew.

Noodles

Fish ball broth with kway teow or bee hoon noodles

Vegetarian and non-vegetarian instant noodles

Sandwiches

Savoury sandwich

Vegetarian sandwich

Snacks

Roasted mixed nuts

Potato chips

Cereal bar

Chocolate bar

Kjeldsens cookies

Fruit


Before Touch-Down Menu

A Fresh Start

A choice of apple, tomato or freshly squeezed orange juice

Fresh fruit

A Healthy Note

Choice of cereals or yoghurt
Cornflakes muesli with milk
Plain or fruit yoghurt


The Main Event

Chinese style braised udon noodles with roast duck and mushroom

Grilled salmon fillet served with hollandaise sauce, steamed asparagus, tomatoe and roesti potato

Chive omelette served with broiled kassler ham, roasted tomato and lyonnaise potato

From the Bakery

Assorted breakfast rolls
Butter – Fruit preserve

A Connoisseur’s Choice

Gourmet coffee
Selection of tea

Your Breakfast Choice

This convenient breakfast option lets you enjoy all the sleep you want, uninterrupted. Please inform our crew of your choice before lights out – if they do not receive your selection, you will be awakened in time for The Complete Breakfast

The Complete Breakfast*
Take your pick of the Main Event from our scrumptious selections.
Served earliest 2.5 hours prior to arrival

Continental Breakfast*
Delight in this simple yet wholesome meal.
Served earliest 1.5 hours prior to arrival

* Kindly refer to the breakfast menu found above



SQ319B LHR-SIN (D/HB) 39-1.2 04 RC


Cocktails

Mix of the Month

Fruit Spritzer
A simple yet delightfully refreshing mix of apple juice and 7-Up

Singapore Airlines’ Unique Creations

Silver Kris Sling
One of our special touches made with gin, Cointreau and orange and pineapple juice, topped with champagne

Daiquiri
A trendy cocktail of rum, lemon juice and a pinch of sugar

Jubilee Lining
A zesty cocktail created with Cointreau, Vodka, pineapple juice, topped with soda

Kris in Love
A delightful concoction of white wine stirred with 7-Up

Rumba
An exotic thirst quencher of rum mixed with pineapple juice and 7-Up

Skyhigh
An invigorating recipe featuring vodka, Cointreau, lemon, topped with 7-Up

Apple Bliss
A tantalizing refreshment of apple juice and bitter lemon mixed with 7-Up

Awaiting the Golden Dawn
A healthy, refreshing mix of pineapple, tomato and orange juice

Tropical Fizz
An invigorating concoction of pineapple juice and bitter lemon

All-Time Favourites

Singapore Sling
Synonymous with the Lion City since the early 1900s, this classic cocktail is made with dry gin, Dom Benedictine, cherry brandy, Angostura bitters and grenadine, mixed with lime and pineapple juice

Solitaire Dreams
A cool concoction of rum, pineapple juice, Sling mix with ginger ale

Tropical Sparkle
A refreshing-yet-fruity blend of lime cordial and 7-Up, with orange and tomato juice

Orange Cooler
A light tangy drink created from orange juice and ginger ale with a touch of lime cordial

Appetising Aperitifs

Campari

Dry Vermouth


Spirits

Spirits

Cognac XO Otard

Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky

Johnnie Walker Black Label

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey

Gordon’s Dry Gin

Smirnoff Red Label Vodka

Bacardi Superior

Premium Ginjo Sake Tamanohikari
(Available on flights to and from Japan)

Liqueurs

Cointreau

Baileys Original Irish Cream

Beer

International Selection

Stout

Guinness Stout


Champagnes and Wines

Champagnes

Charles Heidsieck
Of the three Champagne Houses based in the historic city of Reims that bear the name Heidsieck, Charles Heidsieck is the most famous, being the oldest and the largest and having coined the name “Champagne Charlie”. A perfect blend of the Chardonnay grape for elegance, Pinot Noir for body and a little Pinot Meunier for spiciness, this is a marvellously expressive Champagne, lively on the nose, biscuity and creamy on the palate with rounded, dry finish.

White Wines

Wild Rock “The Infamous Goose” Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Marlborough, New Zealand
The Marlborough region in New Zealand’s South Island produces some of the world’s most exciting and distinctive Sauvignon Blanc. The style is leafy, racy and highly distinctive. Wild Rock is a youthful modern wine company headed by highly respected viticulturalist and Master of Wine Steve Smith and winemaker Matt Murphy. By way of clarification Goose is the nickname of the man who grew the grapes.

[b]Wynns Coonawarra Estate Chardonnay 2006 South Australia
Australia has a reputation for rich and oaky Chardonnay. This stereotype has been challenged of late by the evolution of a new modern style of Chardonnay. These wines, generally grown in cooler regions, are better balanced with less overt oak and higher natural acidity. Wynns is such a wine. Made by Sue Hodder, one of Australia’s most respected female winemakes, Wynns was founded in 1891 and is synonymous with the Coonawarra region. Sealed in screw cap to eliminate cork taint.

Red Wines

Heartland Shiraz 2005
Shiraz is Australia’s most famous grape variety. Whilst the traditional style is well established, a new modern take on Shiraz has emerged focusing more on fruit purity than heavy oak ageing. Heartland Shiraz is such a wine. Heartland is a partnership of local wine identities with complimentary skills in viticulture, winemaking and marketing. The wines are made by cult winemaker Ben Glaetzer who was Young Winemaker of the Year in 2004. This vibrant red wine has great concentration and spice. The palate has a wonderful velvety texture and suppleness and successfully combines power with softness.

Chateau Fonreaud 2002 Listrac Medo
The splendid 18th century chateau of the Chanfreau family occupies the highest elevation in the Medoc and dominates the 42 hectares of gravel soil vineyards that are classified Cru Bourgeois Superieur, a ranking just below that of the world-famous Crus Classes. A fine Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blend, with just a touch of the spicy Petit Verdot grape, this is a classic Listrac : bright carmine colour, a hint of blackcurrants on the nose, velvety smooth on the palate with a balanced dry finish. The 2002 vintage is now at its best.

Elderton Shiraz 2004 Barossa Valley
The Barossa Valley is known internationally for classic “Aussie” Shiraz. These wines are rich and full-bodied with a characteristic soft finish and mocca flavours. Elderton is a small family owned company with an excellent reputation for its reds. This wine, made from old vines from the warmer valley floor, was aged in a mixture of American and French oak barrels and is a fine example of traditional Barossa Shiraz.

Port

Dow 2001 Late Bottled Vintage Port Portugal
A Late Bottled Vintage Port, usually shortened to LBV, is Port from a single, high quality vintage, bottled after four to five years spent maturing in large oak barrels, or “pipes” as they are known in the Douro. Deep ruby in colour, with all the spice, bramble fruit and concentration typical of a fine Port, and a warm, smooth sweetness of the finish, this LBV is one of the highest quality.


Beverages

Enjoy the invigorating aroma and rich flavour from our selection of the finest brew.

Enjoy a selection of hot and cold beverages, anytime you wish. Simply let us know your preference.

Tea Selection

Pure Ceylon Tea
A favourite choice for any time of the day or night

Earl Grey
Delicately fragrant, a traditional English favourite

Darjeeling
One of the world’s finest blends from the Himilayan foothills

Camomile
A balanced blend of camomile and herbs without caffeine

Decaffeinated Tea
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Japanese Green Tea
Delicate aroma with fresh clean taste

Chinese Jasmine Tea
A revered classic with a hint of fragrant jasmine

Chinese Oolong Tea
A special blend featuring a distinctive honey-like taste

Gourmet Coffees

Brazil Santos Bourbon
Coffee connoisseurs are sure to appreciate this smooth nutty coffee – the pick of the Brazilian crop
aroma 4/5 body 3/5 acidity 2/5

Colombian Supremo
Good all-rounded coffee with light body, balanced acidity and a smooth, rounded flavour that leaves a clean aftertaste
aroma 3/5 body 3/5 acidity 3/5

Kenyan AA “Kilimanjaro”
It takes that magical combination of temperate climate and volcanic soil to produce this medium bodied coffee with a sharp, intense flavour and rich aftertaste
aroma 5/5 body 4/5 acidity 4/5

Specialty Coffees

Brewed Coffee
Our exclusive blend of coffee, freshly brewed

Café Royal
Lightly sweetened coffee with a touch of XO Brandy

Espresso
A single shot of premium coffee, the gourmet’s choice

Cappuccino
An all time favourite, espresso enriched with an abundance of foamed milk

Decaffeinated Coffee
A full-flavoured alternative without caffeine

Mocha
A delicious combination of coffee, milk and chocolate

Other Beverages

Chocolate
An ideal treat of smooth rich cocoa and milk

Ovaltine
A nutritious chocolate malt drink

Milo
A nutritious drink for that extra energy


Cool Refreshments

Mineral Water

Sparkling

Still

Fruit Juices

Apple

Orange

Pineapple

Tomato

Soft Drinks

Bitter Lemon

Coke

Coke Light

Ginger Ale

7-Up

Milk

Full Cream

Low Fat


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Australia to New Zealand
January 2008


Lunch

Starter

Kaffir lime and coriander scented salmon with tropical mango chilli salsa, micro greens and lemon oil

Main Course

Horopito braised venison with mustard seed spatzle, braised red cabbage, mushrooms and bacon lardons

Home-made gnocchi in porcini scented cream sauce with roasted vegetables and shaved parmesan

Oriental tasting plate of Thai roasted beef, rice paper roll, seared tuna, cucumber, daikon and capsicum salad with chilli and lime dressing

Dessert

Dark chocolate marquis with roasted macadamia nuts and pinot poached pears

OR

Gourmet dessert of feijoa ice cream and blackcurrant and blackberry ice cream

Cheese and Fruit

Fine regional cheese and preserved fruit


Wine

Our wine list showcases some of the best wine New Zealand has to offer – from a country that celebrates its zealous passion for producing top quality wines.

The premium wine selection onboard this flight has been chosen by our wine consultants : John Belsham of Foxes Island Wines, Kate Radburnd of CJ Pask Winery and Jim Harré, nationally recognised wine judge.

The fine wines served on this flight have been chosen to complement today’s menu style. Your crew will be happy to discuss the selection and help you choose wines to accompany your meal.

Spirits

Glenfiddich Malt Whisky
Chivas Regal Blended Whisky
Jack Daniel’s Black Label
Gordons Gin
42 Below Vodka
Courvoisier VSOP
Captain Morgan Rum
Ron Bacardi Superior

Port and Liqueurs

Portuguese Port
Grand Marnier
Baileys Irish Cream

Beer

A selection of beer featuring Steinlager, Export Gold, Heineken and low alcohol lager

Soft Drinks

Mineral water, orange juice, apple juice, tomato juice, cola, lemonade, L&P (sparkling lemon drink), tonic water, ginger ale, diet cola and diet lemonade

Hot Drinks

Freshly brewed or decaffeinated coffee, tea, herbal tea and hot chocolate


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Air New Zealand
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Australia to New Zealand
February 2008


Lunch

Starter

Antipasto tasting platter of prosciutto, olive, artichoke, mushroom salad and basil pesto

Main Course

Pan fried snapper and seared prawns on spinach and mushroom orzo with watercress

Cajun rubbed lamb salad on a bed of garden greens with croutons, yoghurt dressing and micro greens

Smoked chicken, brie and roasted potato tart with ratatouille and corn kernel, tomato, capsicum and cranberry salsa

Dessert

Passionfruit and citrus old fashioned cheese cake with Grand Marnier citrus salad

OR

Gourmet dessert of phutukawa honey ice cream and apple crumble ice cream

Cheese and Fruit

Fine regional cheese and preserved fruit


Wine

Our wine list showcases some of the best wine New Zealand has to offer – from a country that celebrates its zealous passion for producing top quality wines.

The premium wine selection onboard this flight has been chosen by our wine consultants : John Belsham of Foxes Island Wines, Kate Radburnd of CJ Pask Winery and Jim Harré, nationally recognised wine judge.

The fine wines served on this flight have been chosen to complement today’s menu style. Your crew will be happy to discuss the selection and help you choose wines to accompany your meal.

Spirits

Glenfiddich Malt Whisky
Chivas Regal Blended Whisky
Jack Daniel’s Black Label
Gordons Gin
42 Below Vodka
Courvoisier VSOP
Captain Morgan Rum
Ron Bacardi Superior

Port and Liqueurs

Portuguese Port
Grand Marnier
Baileys Irish Cream

Beer

A selection of beer featuring Steinlager, Export Gold, Heineken and low alcohol lager

Soft Drinks

Mineral water, orange juice, apple juice, tomato juice, cola, lemonade, L&P (sparkling lemon drink), tonic water, ginger ale, diet cola and diet lemonade

Hot Drinks

Freshly brewed or decaffeinated coffee, tea, herbal tea and hot chocolate


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