Usually, the world’s most delicious champagnes are served alone in tall glasses that enhance their exquisite taste. However, Veuve Clicquot’s Rich champagne is a bit different, as it was actually designed to be used exclusively in mixology. The resulting cocktail tastes divine as long as Rich is mixed with vegetable and fruit juices, but keep in mind that the drink should be served in a wide rimmed glass.
Great examples include yellow peppers, cucumber, grapefruit and strawberries, but other combinations can also yield amazing results. Even though it strays a bit from the conventional purpose of champagne, Rich is bound to enjoy success, especially since it is aimed at the younger generation. This is also why it comes in an eye-catching bottle that flaunts a silver foil pattern with an anchor motif as well as a bright orange label.