There’s no sight we love more at a wedding than a tray full of champagne flutes, brimming with the bubbly stuff.
However, it turns out that if you want to get the most out of your champagne / prosecco / cava, do NOT serve it in a champagne flute.
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Why, we hear you ask! Because the mouth of a flute is too small for you to really get a hit of the flavour.
Tulip shaped wine glasses are better for sipping champagne out of, because the depth and curve helps you smell the drink at the same time as tasting it, making the taste more intense.
We’re all for it, since it allows for more prosecco per glass! But, if you want to make you wedding day drinks go further, maybe stick with the ever-elegant flutes; THIS is how many glasses of champagne you can get from your bottle, if you use flutes.
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