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Chambong: The World’s First Champagne Shot Glass

Whoever said classy people couldn’t be party animals too? Taking the art of Champagne to a completely new level, this revolutionary, hand-blown champagne glass resembles something between a sophisticated bong and one of those weird funnels you used in chemistry class. But we kind of like it, for nostalgia and all that…

We’re all about innovation; in fact it gets us quite excited, so when we heard about this failed bong attempt (we’re not kidding, that was genuinely the initial intention) that turned into a pretty nifty piece of drinking kit, naturally we just had to share. With only 3000 on the planet, and that was a couple of days ago, so they may nearly be gone, we envisage these selling out pretty quickly.


So how does it work? Being in somewhat of a V shape, you pour your Champagne into the top flute area, you then insert the funnel end into your mouth, tilt your head back and Voila, you just took a shot of champagne and gained street-cred.We think we’ll order a couple of these for the New Year. Knowing how messy Champagne adventures can get, just make sure, as the accidental imbibe-innovators put it, ‘You always Chambong responsibly”.

Oh by the way, just in case you were wondering… no, you can’t smoke it.


Rinku Madan

Rinku Madan, an acclaimed Gourmand in India, recently completed her studies in Global Journalism at the Harvard University, Massachusetts (Grade A Honors) with the objective to pursue her writing skills in the area of Global Luxury. She had earlier studied at the French Culinary Institute in New York (an affiliate of Culinary Institute of America) to certify in the arena of Food Writing.