Champagne: The beverage of choice for many celebrations.
I, actually, do not like it.
I do not like it saying “cheers”
I would rather have some beers.
I do not like that Baby Duck.
I really think it does taste YUCK.
I do not like it here, or there.
I do not like it anywhere.
I think I am just scarred from years of Baby Duck — yes I know Baby Duck is not champagne. It’s sparkling wine, but for the purposes of what I’m saying, I’m sure this trick would work for sparkling wine as well.
It’s the only reason I don’t have graphic Ts that talk about mimosas. But my goal is to have a closet full of graphic shirts for every mood, so who knows, maybe my tastes will change?
But, I do have a trick for you if you want to keep your bubbles in the bottle over night.
This is one of the things that I would have thought is ridiculous until I tried it for myself — like chips in the freezer. Seriously, try it.
So, you can’t put the cork back in the champagne bottle, and even if you could, it doesn’t help much with keeping the bubbles in.
Don’t ask me how this works, but if you put a metal fork in your bottle and put your bottle in the fridge, your champagne will stay bubbly! It’s honestly a miracle. I suppose a spoon or knife would work, but a knife seems dangerous and it might fall into the bottle.
I first discovered this method at my cousin’s house in Vancouver. She likes champagne and there was just a straggler bottle of Moet hanging around with a spoon in it. I thought it was weird until I tried it. Pink champagne is the exception to my dislike of champagne. My brain tricks my tongue into thinking it’s delicious because it’s pink. I’m ok with that.