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How to cool champagne?

How to Chill Champagne?

1) The ideal temperature is best achieved by using an ice bucket.

An ice bucket usually has a slightly warmer temperature than you would get in your fridge.

2) Fill a bucket with half ice and half water. Grab a bucket big enough to contain a bottle of champagne.

Fill the bucket with ice. Submerge the champagne bottle into the ice, so just the tip of the bottle sticks out

You can use a small thermometer to test the temperature of your ice bucket.

You can add more ice to chill the bucket more. You can also add a small amount of water if the bucket needs to cool down.

3) Leave the champagne bottle in the bucket for 20 to 30 minutes. Simply let the champagne bottle sit in the bucket.

You can set a timer on your phone or just keep an eye on the clock.

4) Pop the cork and serve.

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