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Moët & Chandon launches floating Champagne bar

Sure your beach club may have a built in bar, but when you’re really relaxed even that can seem like too far to go to grab a glass of bubbly. Luckily, renowned Champagne maker Moët & Chandon have come up with a chic solution for those who like to sip while they swim: a floating Champagne bar.

Designed to look like a lifesaver bouy with a detachable tray – in Moët’s glamorous white and gold colour scheme, of course – the floating bar has been launched to celebrate the launch of Moët Ice Impérial.

Said to be the world’s first Champagne specifically made to be served over ice, Moët suggest you swap your traditional flute for a large cabernet glass and three ice cubes to fully enjoy the fruity and refreshing flavor of Moët Ice Impérial.

With this in mind, the floating champagne bar comes complete with six white Ice Impérial glasses and a magnum of Moët & Chandon Ice Impérial all neatly contained in a white cloth bag for easy transportation.

Moët & Chandon were recently named the official Champagne of the 35th America’s Cup and what could be a better accompaniment to the racing in Bermuda than a chilled glass of Champagne? Of course, the finals are two years away yet so in the meantime, whether you’re hosting a pool party or relaxing on your owner’s deck, this is just one more genius alternative way to enjoy Champagne.

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