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Alcohol For Yacht Charter

If you’re planning for a luxury yacht charter, it’s vital that you have plenty of fresh water on board and soft drinks for your guests – It’s surprising how thirsty sailing or even relaxing on board in the sunshine can make you. However, if you looking to provide something a little bit stronger for your guests, we’ve included a list of our top picks this season.

Moët & Chandon

Since 1743, Moët & Chandon has been the biggest name in luxury Champagne and a staple for any party on board a superyacht. Rooted in 277 years of French winemaking and marketing ingenuity, the Champagne house is the largest in the world, producing close to 30 million bottles each year.

Dom Pérignon

Dom Pérignon, which is produced by the Champagne house Moët & Chandon, serves as their prestige label and is the most celebrated brand of vintage champagne in the world. So, next time you host a luxury yacht charter, why not opt for an aged tipple from this esteemed vintner?


The taste of mezcal varies depending on the variety and how the spirit is made-mezcal can be made from 40 to 50 species of the agave plant. For example, espadín tends to have a light, herbal flavour that sits well with many palates. Tobalá is more complex than espadín, exhibiting floral, sweet, and even spicy notes.


Pulque is a pre-Hispanic beverage with a consistency reminiscent of kombucha, if kombucha were made from okra. It’s about as alcoholic as beer, but it’s made from the lightly fermented sap of the agave—the same plant that’s used to make tequila and mezcal.


If Mexico has tequila and Russia has vodka, then cachaça is the spirit of Brazil. Cachaça (pronounced kah-SHAH-sah) is a distilled spirit made from fermented sugar cane juice. By law, it is produced exclusively in Brazil and contain alcohol by volume of 38 to 48 percent.

Johnnie Walker Blue Label

Johnnie Walker Blue Label is the most famous super-premium blend, made up of the finest old-aged malt and grain whiskies. Only 1 in 10,000 casks have the elusive quality, character and flavour required to merit the exclusive Blue label.

Snake Wine

Snake wine, which is often referred to across Asia for having health benefits, is prepared by putting an entire snake in a jar of alcohol – often rice wine. According to historic records, the beverage was first consumed in China during the Western Zhou dynasty and was believed to reinvigorate a person according to Traditional Chinese medicine.


Soju is a clear, colourless distilled alcoholic beverage that is consumed mostly in Korea, Japan, and China. Soju is usually made from rice, barley, or wheat and is neutral-tasting like vodka, but doesn’t have the harsh alcohol burn thanks to having around half the percentage of alcohol.


Dalmore is the most legendary distillery in the world when it comes to creating stunning whisky with real provenance. The classic 12 and 15-year-old bottles have long been a mainstay for lovers of luxury whisky, and the master blender, Richard Paterson, is one of the industry’s best-loved whiskey sommeliers.

The Botanist

The Botanist is the world’s first and only Islay Dry Gin, which is made by hand at Islay’s Bruichladdich distillery. It gets its authentic gin character from 22 wild botanicals and 9 classic gin spices and is ideal as a basis for delicious cocktails or in combination with a dry tonic and a botanical of your choice.

With years of industry experience, Gourmet Deliveries can help you source the best alcohol for your upcoming yacht charter. No matter how obscure, rare or exclusive your requirements are, we can help.