Carnival teases Miami-inspired drinks for its new cruise ship

Carnival Cruise Line has released a preview of specialty cocktail offerings ahead of the launch of its new ship in November, created to flavor its upcoming cruise vacation.

Carnival CelebrationDeparting for the first time from PortMiami in the fall, will add to Carnival’s 50th anniversary festivities in Miami, carrying themed drinks from its hometown homeport.

Carnival Celebration Specialty drinks

Add to 50th anniversary of the Carnival, the line’s home port, PortMiami, will host the inaugural return of Carnival Celebration in November, and the line just announced Miami-style specialty drink options will be available starting this fall.

The line is the most recent LNG-powered vessel will host an architectural style that resembles Miami flair, as well as its food and beverage offerings, representing a mix of diverse local partnerships on board.

One of the ship’s bars, Bar 820, will serve Miami-inspired tropical martinis that mimic South Florida’s variety of flavors, representing a mix of local onboard partnerships.

Edward Allen, Vice President of Beverage Operations at Carnival, said: “Miami is a rich source of beverage inspiration, and we’ve tapped into the flavors of the city well with what we’ve developed for Bar 820. Most of the beverages we’ll serve on this ship are the product of a collaboration with brilliant partners who share our hometown and our love of fun.

Paying homage to the line’s Miami roots, the new specialty martinis were created by Carnival’s beverage team and were first unveiled at Tropical Distillers’ showcase in the city this week.

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Also debuting this fall, Tropical Distillers will be a Miami-based distillery that will handcraft a special component, JF Haden’s Mango Liqueur, for one of the new ship’s signature cocktails, Mango 305.

Mango 305 (Courtesy of Carnival Cruise Line)

The Mango 305, with the Miami area code, will be made with fresh juice, 1.5 oz. of orange juice and 0.5 oz. of lemon juice and 1.5 oz. of Flor de Cana 4 years old. Plus, the drink will showcase true Miami flavors, including 0.5 oz. locally made JF Haden Mango Liqueur, 0.5 oz. of Reàl mango puree, and a garnish of dehydrated mango crisps.

Another specialty drink will be the Flamingo, a tropical flavored martini containing 1 oz. of Reàl guava puree, 1 oz. lime juice and 1 oz. of pineapple juice, 1.75 oz. of Bacardi Superior, and garnished with a slice of dehydrated lime for the finishing touch.

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Key lime pie cocktail (courtesy of Carnival Cruise Line)

In addition to the Flamingo and the Miami 305, the ship will also offer the Key Lime Pie, a martini that is sure to tantalize the taste buds. The Key Lime Pie will be made with 1 oz. fresh lime juice, 1 oz. Monin Lime Pie Syrup, 0.5 oz. Madagascar vanilla syrup, 2 oz. from Bacardi Superior, and finished with a wedge of lime garnish.

Local partners, Magic City Garnish and Filthy Foods, worked alongside Carnival to source the drink garnishes for each cocktail. Carnival’s brewing team also recently partnered with MIA Beer Company on a collaborative beer and the brewery’s Miami Weiss beer.

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Courtesy of Carnival Cruise Line

Second Excel-class Carnival cruise ship

Carnival Celebration will join her sister ship, Mardi Gras, as Carnival Cruise Line second Excel-class shipoffering seven-day Caribbean cruises starting her maiden cruise on November 21, 2022.

Passengers can expect plenty of onboard entertainment options, with six fun zones onboard including Celebration Central, The Gateway, Summer Landing, 802 BiscayneLido and the Ultimate Playground.

Carnival Celebration cruise ship
Rendered courtesy of Carnival Cruise Line

The LNG-powered vessel will welcome new onboard dining options for the first time through Latitudes, The Golden and Emeril’s Bistro 1397. It will also offer popular options such as Carnival’s roller coaster at sea, BOLT, Family Feud Live, Playlist Productions, Seuss at Sea, Havana Bar and RedFrogTiki Bar.

As the first of its kind for the Carnival fleet, The golden jubilee will debut aboard the ship as a new bar and lounge, highlighting the evolution of the cruise line’s ships over the past 50 years.

Notably, the billion-dollar, 180,000 gross ton ship will become the largest ship in Carnival’s fleet, with a maximum capacity of 6,500 passengers, offering 20 decks on board.

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