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Good day

 

Booked a Mega Rock Star Suite, but had a few questions as a little confusing

 

They talk about a "daily bar tab" included, also ordering bottles of wine - does anyone have any insite as to the daily value of the Bar Tab?  

 

Also -  the Stocked Bar in Cabin - does anyone know the quality of Liquor - so for instance Grey Goose Vodka or Hendriks Gin..

 

Thanking you in advance - watched alot of YouTube Videos and seems like a concept i am really looking forward in trying....

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These were the details I got when I asked - however I wouldn't guarantee this is what you'll get on any particular sailing, I believe it has already changed once, and since the line hasn't even had their debut yet it could easily change again. We'll all find out more once revenue cruises finally begin.

 

Sailor Services Crew (19/01/2021, 20:32:49): Sure, so your in-room bar is bottomless, and you get a choice of these drinks:

1 - White Wine Ryder Pinot Gris 375 mL
1 - Rosé Wine Ryder Rosé 375 mL
1 - Red Wine Ryder Pinot Noir 375 mL
1 - Champagne Moet Chandon Brut 375 mL
1 - Vodka Belvedere 375 mL
1 - Gin Hendrick’s 375 mL
1 - Rum Bacardi Superior 375 mL
1 - Whiskey Buffalo Trace Bourbon 375 mL
1 - Tequila Casa Noble Reposado 375 mL
2 - Local Beer Wynwood Brewing Stray The Course
2 - International Beer Heineken/Lager
2 - Energy Drink Red Bull/Regular
2 - Energy DrinkRed Bull/Sugar Free
2 - Specialty Non-Alcoholic Health-Ade/Pink Lady Kombucha 237 mL
2 - Specialty Non-Alcoholic London Essence Co. London Classic Tonic Water
2 - Specialty Non-Alcoholic London Essence Co. Ginger Beer
1 - Complimentary Water Natura 1 Liter Carafe
Sailor Services Crew (19/01/2021, 20:33:58): For around the ship, your drinks are included up to $25/glass or $90/bottle.

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"I like it but no similar examples $25 glass and $90 bottles."

 

At Sip, there are four Cognacs over $25 and four under: Hennessy VS $13, Henessy XO $65, Courvoisier VS $15, Courvoisier VSOP $21, Courvoisier XO $45, Remy Martin Louis XIII $395, Remy Martin VSOP $19, Remy Martin XO $77.

 

Also at Sip, there are two Champagnes by the glass over $25 and two under: Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut $21, Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut Rose $25, Veuve Cliquot Rose $29, Dom Perignon 2008 $65.

 

All still wines by the glass are under $25, except for a Newton Cab which is $29 by the glass. 

 

As for by the bottle, all true Champagnes are over $90 per bottle. A bottle of Moet Brut is $95 and it goes up to Krug Rose for $445. There are six different sparkling wine selections that are under $90.  So for example, Victorian de Chastenay Cremant de Bourgogne costs $45. Also Chandon Brut, $48.  

 

The trend continues on other menus: almost all cocktails are under $25. At their Whisk(e)y bar, you see higher priced options for rarer whiskeys / bourbons / scotches, but most are under $25. I'm not going to list them all.

 

I pulled this from photos of the menus posted online. I had to squint, so may have gotten one or two prices wrong. 

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Fantastic - thank you for that.... Very much looking forward to this adventure on this new cruise line - We like the entire concept, even though there are some out there that are not so impressed - Cannot please everyone... but all good for us....

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On 3/10/2021 at 5:46 AM, being_there said:

"I like it but no similar examples $25 glass and $90 bottles."

 

At Sip, there are four Cognacs over $25 and four under: Hennessy VS $13, Henessy XO $65, Courvoisier VS $15, Courvoisier VSOP $21, Courvoisier XO $45, Remy Martin Louis XIII $395, Remy Martin VSOP $19, Remy Martin XO $77.

 

Also at Sip, there are two Champagnes by the glass over $25 and two under: Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut $21, Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut Rose $25, Veuve Cliquot Rose $29, Dom Perignon 2008 $65.

 

All still wines by the glass are under $25, except for a Newton Cab which is $29 by the glass. 

 

As for by the bottle, all true Champagnes are over $90 per bottle. A bottle of Moet Brut is $95 and it goes up to Krug Rose for $445. There are six different sparkling wine selections that are under $90.  So for example, Victorian de Chastenay Cremant de Bourgogne costs $45. Also Chandon Brut, $48.  

 

The trend continues on other menus: almost all cocktails are under $25. At their Whisk(e)y bar, you see higher priced options for rarer whiskeys / bourbons / scotches, but most are under $25. I'm not going to list them all.

 

I pulled this from photos of the menus posted online. I had to squint, so may have gotten one or two prices wrong. 

I truly think floor for the $ spent - this amount should be increases to include practically everything- then I would feel like a rockstar.  

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