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Martha Stewart has been criticized for using ‘a small iceberg’ to chill her cocktail on a luxury cruise to Greenland from Iceland.
On social media on Monday, the 82-year-old shared photos from her getaway with her 1.9 million Instagram followers, telling them about the unique way she keeps her drink cold.
“We actually captured a little iceberg for our cocktails tonight,” she partially captioned her post.
In the first shot, Stewart can be seen proudly holding her drink against the backdrop of the Greenland fjords behind her.
The second image shows two pieces of ice on a black cart, possibly the one she used to chill her drink.
After uploading the carousel to the platform, Stewart’s post was quickly inundated with disapproving comments from her followers, with some pointing to the current climate crisis.
“I love you girl, but I don’t know if you heard there’s a shortage of icebergs??” wrote a fan.
“Martha, the ice caps are melting, don’t put them in your drink,” wrote another, before a third chided her for her insensitivity because “wealthy white people who drink their iceberg cocktails while the planet is in flames are a little deaf”.
“Global warming and melting ice caps but we need glacier ice for cocktails?! Talk about your def [sic]. I’ve been a fan for years but have seen enough caviar lately as I struggle to shop for me to be away,” another added.
But not all of the comments were aimed at Stewart, as some fans thanked her for the advice while others scoffed at the gaffe.
“Amazing to see – those bruises look great on the ice! Thank you for sharing. What an adventure and what a cocktail worthy cocktail,” one fan commented.
Another joked: “If you can’t find fresh icebergs bought in your cocktail shop, that’s fine. »
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Stewart has shared snippets of her trip on social media since leaving this weekend.
On Sunday, she left a brief account of her experience crossing the Denmark Strait to get to Greenland.
“We spend six days discovering the largest island in the world!!!” Stewart captioned his post. “The crossing is a bit difficult. And it takes more than 30 hours. The food is delicious ! The crew is very friendly and knowledgeable!”
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