Cocktails play an important part in luxury hospitality service, and no interior crew is complete without at least one well-rounded mixologist who can inspire charter guests with beautiful cocktails and tantalize their taste buds with wonderful flavors.
That being said, muddling mojitos and crushing ice can be very time-consuming, especially when you’re already busy, making it crucial to have a library of amazing cocktails that will impress your guests without draining your team’s time. Even better if it’s available with just a few clicks on an iPad.
Natalie from Beautiful Booze couldn’t be a better fit to be one of our Digital Reference Center experts on mixology. She is a home bartender, cocktail stylist, photographer, freelance writer and recipe developer with an aptitude for discovering new and creative ways to use booze. Don’t be misled by the “home bartender” part -- Natalie’s creations have made her quite famous, in part because her recipes are so uncomplicated.
Natalie says “Cocktails are not merely used to celebrate special occasions but also to elevate an ordinary day.” And Natalie does a lot of elevating…
She has 68,500 Instagram followers
Beautiful Booze has over 1 million monthly impressions
2,000+ reach per social media post
Natalie and her partner travel the globe working with noteworthy companies and individuals while exploring boutique wineries and distilleries. We'll be featuring their geographical discoveries in the DRC so that crew can share these exotic local gems with their guests.
The DRC contains a comprehensive library of top shelf cocktails courtesy of Simon Soar (ex Bar Technics), and they are perfectly complemented by Natalie’s creations. The SOS Team is thrilled to be able to share the best of Beautiful Booze via the Total Superyacht Vessel Management Software and Checklist App.
The SOS Team will be providing demonstrations at the Monaco Yacht Show. Contact app@SuperyachtOS.com for more information.
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