Saturday, 6 July 2019

Tapas with Spanish flavor on Iberia flights

The summer season is one of the moments when a greater number of clients of different nationalities fly with Iberia and, to make our gastronomy known, the airline has opted for a purely Spanish proposal for the coming months. 

Iberian sausage tapas and cheeses

From today Iberia serves new tapas on its domestic flights. Business class customers will be able to taste on-board Iberian cold meats and cheeses from prestigious Spanish appellations of origin, always accompanied by peaks of Jerez.



Six different types of tapas (salchichón, chorizo ​​and Iberian pork loin, fuet, cecina ...) always accompanied by cheeses (Manchego, Idiazábal, Mahón, Majorero ...), which will always change on flights to and from Madrid, to publicize Spanish cuisine.

Gazpacho and potato omelet on the Atlantic

Coinciding with the summer season, Iberia has also renewed its menus for long-haul flights with an emphasis on products from our land, especially in Business class.

Customers of this cabin can choose as starters, such Spanish dishes as gazpacho and salmorejo, accompanied by fresh and light salads of apple or mango and other more traditional tuna belly with tomato, for example.

Among the main dishes, our flavors such as chicken pickle, Iberian pork cheeks, and other meat and fish dishes made with high quality raw materials accompanied with vegetables, such as steak fillet with sautéed mushrooms, potatoes bakery and green beans or salmon with pumpkin, beetroot and spinach.

As a second service on these long-haul flights, the potato omelet has also been introduced, served with green asparagus, candied artichoke and grilled tomato, and other options such as tuna empanada, accompanied by tomato salad.

Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Rueda

And to accompany these dishes, Iberia offers wines from the most consolidated denominations of origin in Spain such as DO Ca. Rioja, DO Ribera del Duero, and DO Rueda, but customers can find everything from well-established wines to wines from small villages that they are harvested by hand, and productions from boutique wineries.

The selection of Iberia is aimed at giving them all to know to promote the great quality and huge variety of Spanish wines.





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