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How to Make the Official Cocktail of the Golden Globes

Follow the lead of Hollywood's stars and toast with Moët champagne.
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The 76th anniversary Golden Globes take place on January 7, and here's a cocktail to celebrate.

The Moët Belle, created by Camilla Belle, is a riff on a classic champagne cocktail, made with the Brazilian spirit cachaca, mango juice, ginger syrup, and lime juice.

It's anchored by Moët & Chandon, which in 2019 celebrates 29 years as the official champagne of the Golden Globes. The champagne maker will serve 1,500 Moët Impérial minis on the red carpet; 125 cases of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2008 and Moët Impérial Rosé Magnums on the tables during the awards ceremony; and 500 Moët cocktails at the bars.

Whether you choose the cocktail for your viewing party or keep it simple and stick to champagne, having a supply of libations like these on hand is guaranteed to earn you points with even the pickiest of party guests.


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THE MOËT Belle

Ingredients: 
1 oz of Cachaca
0.75 oz of mango juice
0.5 oz of ginger syrup
0.25 oz of fresh lime juice
2.5 oz of Moët Brut Impérial

Instructions: 
Shake the first four ingredients together with ice. Strain into a couple and top with Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut. Garnish with an edible tropical flower or decoration. 

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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