The sensory experience navigates guests' palates through fruit, botanical and earthy flavors
DALLAS, June 19, 2019 /HalcyonTV/ -- Omni Hotels & Resorts today announced the launch of its newest brand wide cocktail menu, Flavor Origins. The program features a selection of craft cocktails organized according to three flavor origins: fruit, botanical and earth. The new menu has a non-traditional format, which features a flavor chart, encouraging guests to explore new flavors.
"The Flavor Origins program is all about cocktail discovery," said Devin Burns, vice president of food and beverage at Omni Hotels & Resorts. "This program, like our other food and beverage initiatives, elevates the guest experience and allows them to discover something new that they may not have tried otherwise. We pride ourselves on the creativity of our programs that evolve flavor preferences, so whether a guest is looking for a classic cocktail or interested in exploring new ingredient combinations, this unique menu guides them through the cocktail selection process in a fun and exciting way."
The menu features 24 cocktails, including two non-alcoholic options, highlighting different flavors, styles, aromas and spirits, giving guests the chance to try a variety of combinations. Throughout the menu, guests will find interesting factoids about certain cocktail elements, perpetuating the theme of discovery and learning. The flavor origin of each cocktail is easily determined based on the menu breakdown, but guests can also experiment and explore the options by referencing the flavor chart. Each cocktail's style is visually depicted on the chart with four quadrants that move from light and refreshing to strong and aromatic and again from comforting to adventurous.
A selection of Flavor Origins cocktails with the respective flavor origin and style include:
For more information on Flavor Origins, visit OmniHotels.com/Culinary/FlavorOrigins. Follow Omni Hotels & Resorts at www.Facebook.com/OmniHotels, Twitter.com/OmniHotels and Instagram.com/OmniHotels.