Champagne Bottle Sizes…The Melchizedek (30 liter) ?

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  • Quarter bottle – Split or Piccolo (187.5 or 200 ml) – You may find these in nightclubs or on a flight. This is the preferred size for a single drink if your are a proper lady living in Europe!
  • Half bottle – Demi (375 ml) This size is generally reserved for use in restaurants for patrons who want a couple of glasses and hate to waste a drop.
  • Bottle – Imperial (750 ml) This is the usual champagne bottle you find in most shops.
  • Magnum (1.5 liter) This size is the equivalent of 2 bottles.
  • Jeroboam (3 liter) The equivalent of 4 bottles for an impressive hostess gift or a serious party.
  • Rehoboam (4.5 liter) Equal to 6 bottles, you’d better drink fast or the bubbles will be a fond memory by the time you get to the bottom.
  • Methuselah (6 liter) 8 bottles fit into this size.
  • Salmanazar (9 liter) You’ve entered the realm of the ostentatious here – 12 bottles.
  • Balthazar (12 liter) 16 bottles.
  • Nebuchadnezzar (15 liter) 20 bottles.
  • Melchior (18 liter) 24 bottles.
  • Solomon (25 liter) 33.3 bottles
  • Primat (27 liter) 36 bottles.
  • Melchizedek (30 liter) 40 bottles.
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