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MOËT & CHANDON PARKS THE FIRST EVER CHAMPAGNE TRUCK IN LONDON

It’s international Moët Party Day on Saturday 17 June and Moët & Chandon’s brand new champagne truck, the first of its kind, will be parking up at Bluebird Chelsea. But the party continues across the capital, with a further four alfresco hotspots in central and east London 

At Bluebird Chelsea, the champagne truck will be parking up to showcase Moët Ice Impérial, the first and only champagne especially created to be enjoyed over ice. To showcase the super-cool champagne, which combines a bold, bubbly and fruity richness with an invigorating and clean, crisp finish, Bluebird Chelsea will be serving up a champagne brunch and an all-day BBQ, while DJ Jessica Muller spins tracks in the background.

On the east side of town, Londoners can enjoy the ultimate brunch 36 storeys up at the Sky Garden with live music from DJs. Available between 11.30am-3.30pm, the brunch costs £49.50pp, with the option of a champagne upgrade (do book in advance).

Spitalfields’ deluxe pub, Galvin HOP, is hosting a special Moët Ice DJ in the garden, extending well into the night. You can also stop by Madison in the City to check out its super-impressive rooftop restaurant-turned Party Day hotspot, right in the shadow of St Paul’s Cathedral.

In central London, check out the Edwardian Hotels London pop up, At the Hampshire Lounge Bar, where you can relax in the hotel’s alfresco courtyard in Leicester Square and try the High Tea by day, or head over in the evening to try Le Thé du Soir. Both have teas paired and infused with Moët Ice Impérial.

Enjoy your #moetmoment 



 

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