I see a lot of mentions of champagne with Seabourn.
I don't really like champagne. When Eric was here he mentioned the champagne that kept coming by the pool even witrhout asking.
I suppose if it is really good champagne it might be different, but my experience is "free" champagne is rarely very good. I can't tell you how many bottles of "free" welcome aboard champagne I have left behind.
Do you know what kind they serve on Seabourn?
I had mumm on Azamara and I was unimpressed. I can barely stabd a drink of the stuff - far too much sugar and it really burns by esophageal reflux.
By the way - did you know champage and sweets is considered a very non-gourmet combination? (just asking - no reason)
I am the editor, but I also speculate, ask questions and play devil's advocate. I reserve the right to change my mind.