Every heard of a honey flight? What about a coffee flight? Instead of your typical flights of wine, whisky or beer, these hotels across the globe add unique touches to their own takes on flights, allowing guests to taste some of the best ingredients and products of the region.
In Trancoso, Brazil, guests at UXUA can eat to Dr. Jullian of UXUA’s Vida Lab spa to create custom juice flights. Juices come from locally grown fruits and herbs specifically crafted for various purposes, from better sleep to stress release.
At adults-only Nayara Springs in Costa Rica, guests can visit dedicated espresso bar Mi Cafecito. Here, expert baristas create Costa Rican coffee flights for guests to showcase different roasts and how different treatments of beans create different flavors and aromas. Baristas even reveal how growing beans at different altitudes affects the taste of coffee. All beans are roasted on sight, and guests can taste light, medium and dark roasts, as well as compare tastes of washed, natural and honey beans.
Gili Lankanfushi’s chef in the Maldives crafts a special curry flight for guests, featuring 10 different types of curry from different countries. From Indian curries to Thai curries, guests will leave with a wider palate and might even discover a new favorite curry.
At Tenuta di Murlo in Umbria, Italy, the property’s head gardener guides guests on a beekeeping experience. The experience ends with a honey-tasting flight, where guests can taste three honeys all created on property. These honeys include wildflower honey, acacia honey and Linden honey.
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