British Airways takes off with Moth Margaritas in a can

British Airways takes off with Moth Margaritas in a can by London Newspaper

On short-haul British Airways flights to and from UK airports, margaritas from the ready-to-drink (RTD) beverage brand Moth will be offered.

Moth, which stands for “Mix of total pleasure,” has expanded on its phenomenal popularity in supermarkets with this most recent agreement, which actually raises the brand to new heights.

The Moth’s version of one of the most well-known cocktails in the world has a 14.9% ABV. The 125ml can, which costs £5.80 and has a blend of Tequila Enemiga, Moth’s triple sec, and lime (but no salt on the rim), will be sold aboard airplanes.

“We love making it easier than ever for cabin crew to serve great cocktails at 30,000 feet,” co-founder Rob Wallis told db. “We can’t wait to explore bringing more Moth to the skies soon.” Moth cans are ideal for air travel because they are recyclable, light, and simple to serve—all you have to do is crack them open and pour over ice or drink straight from the can.

Wallis feels that Moth stands out in the RTD industry despite competition: “We put all of our spirit partners on our cans so consumers know precisely what they’re drinking and make them in just the same way as your favorite bartender.”

When asked what’s next for the brand, Wallis said: “Over the next couple of months we will release three more cocktails which we’re super excited about and will offer even more choice for cocktail enthusiasts. We’ll also be looking at taking our cans to more places that are calling out for great tasting cocktails.”