Chill or be chilled.
Martha Stewart has been criticized for using “little icebergs” to chill cocktails on a luxury cruise from Iceland to Greenland.
The 82-year-old shared pictures of her holiday with her 1.9 million Instagram followers on social media on Monday, telling them about her unique way of keeping drinks cool.
“We actually captured a small iceberg for our cocktails tonight,” she wrote in the post.
In the first photo, Stewart can be seen proudly holding his drink, with the stunning backdrop of Greenland’s fjords behind him.
A second image shows a black trolley with two cubes of ice, possibly the ones she used to cool her drinks.
After uploading the carousel on the platform, Stewart’s post was quickly flooded with disapproving comments from followers, some of whom pointed to the ongoing climate crisis.
“Love you girl but wonder if you heard there is a shortage of icebergs?” wrote one fan.
“Martha, the ice caps are melting, don’t put them in your drink,” wrote another, before criticizing her for being insensitive with a third for “while the planet is on fire, rich white people drink iceberg cocktails A little deaf.”
“Global warming and melting ice caps, but we need glacier ice for cocktails?! Talk about pitch definition [sic]. I’ve been a fan of caviar for years, but lately I’ve seen enough caviar because I’m having a hard time getting my groceries out,” added another.
But not all comments were directed at Stewart, as some fans thanked her for the tip, while others laughed at her gaffe.
“Unbelievable – the blue in the ice is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing. What an adventure and cocktail celebration to be worth,” one fan commented.
Another quipped: “It’s okay if you can’t get fresh icebergs at the cocktail shop.”
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Since setting sail over the weekend, Stewart has been sharing footage of her trip on social media.
On Sunday, she left a short recap of her journey across the Denmark Strait to Greenland.
“We’re taking six days to get to know the world’s largest island!!!” Stewart captioned her post. “Crossing the border was a bit difficult. And it took 30+ hours. The food was delicious! The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable!”