Travelers on EVA Air flights will be seeing some new inflight offerings this year. Among the new things to look for include new meals, designer amenity kits, and new sleepwear for Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel Class passengers.
Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel Menu
The Taiwanese carrier will be featuring a Tan-style menu from Taiwanese chef Huang Ching-biao for Royal Laurel Class passengers heading to Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco. The style of cooking uses slow cooking and traditional Taiwanese techniques, and travelers will get to try out a menu featuring pork shoulder, Thai-style shrimp, abalone in oyster sauce, and a taro and sweet potato dessert.
Travelers to Brisbane, Paris, and Vienna will get to try out seasonal deserts prepared by Italian pastry chef Andrea Bonaffin with a mix of fruit and chocolate. One featured dessert item is called the “Sexy Lady,” a vibrant red rose petal, raspberry, lychee and chocolate pastry Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel Class passengers can try out starting this month.
EVA Air will also begin serving sweets from French chocolatier Eclat de Valrhona as part of its first coffee and tea service to passengers travelling in Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel class. The after-dinner tea and coffee service, meanwhile, will see the addition of Crème Caramel Tea from Singaporean tea brand TWG.
Inflight Amenity Kits
EVA Air will also feature new amenity kits for passengers by Salvatore Ferragamo and luggage company Rimowa. Travelers leaving Taipei on long-haul flights will get a maroon-colored Rimowa kit featuring kincare products from cosmetics brand Clarins as well as an eye mask, socks, hairbrush, ear plugs, dental kit and a micro fibre cleaning cloth.
For Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel customers heading to Taipei will receive a Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kit designed after Taiwanese majolica-style ceramic tiles. The kits include Salvatore Ferragamo lotion, hand cream, lip balm as well as the brand’s new Bianco di Carrara fragrance.
Long-haul Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel passengers will get new sleepwear designed by Taiwanese-Canadian designer Jason Wu, known for his dress design worn by former US First Lady Michelle Obama during her husband’s innaugurations as President of the United States.
The new pajamas have loose-fitting tops with men getting a black and grey colored set, while women will get a navy and grey-blue colored set.