Champange






Champange is a wonderful drink with many different drink lingo terms such and bubbly and fizz.Champange uses special bar equipment when it is used. Ice boxes and Champange glasses are usely served when drinking this drink.Champange is not like a brandy or any other liquor.




B&B
Champagne Cocktail
Kir Royale
Mimosa



Chilling: Never store champange in the fridge like some wines and don’t freeze it for a quick cool down. Too cold a temperature hampers the sparkle and flavor; also, freezing can cause the bottle to explode. Refrigerate the bottle on its side for a maximum of four hours before pouring, or cool in a bucket of ice and water for about 20 minutes.

Popping: Hold bottle at a 45-degree angle, pointing away from you, guests, and breakables. With your finger on the cork, remove the foil and wire cage, and gently twist the bottle -- not the cork -- in one direction. The cork should ease itself out. Some people find that covering the cork with a towel makes the process even easier. Serving: To help preserve the magical bubbles, pour your bubbly into narrow glasses -- flutes or tulips -- with long stems(bar equipment). Remember to grasp the stem when sipping; holding the bowl of the glass warms the wine more quickly, causing it to lose its fizz(is a drinking lingo term for champange.