Moët & Chandon has been the champagne of choice for the Golden Globes for over twenty-five years. In celebration of the award show’s 75th anniversary, Moet has joined up with actress Jamie Chung to create “Moët 75”, the official cocktail for 2018.
Made with fresh blood orange juice, the Moët 75 is bright and fruity, and packs a small punch with a touch of Volcan de mi Tierra—LVMH’s first tequila which was launched in 2017.
If you plan to have your own little soiree the night of the Globes, here’s how you can make the cocktail at home.
The Moët 75
4 oz. Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut champagne
1 oz. Volcan de mi Tierra tequila
2 oz. fresh blood orange juice
1 oz. honey
Shake tequila, fresh blood orange juice, and honey into a cocktail shaker and mix until honey is dissolved. Pour mixture into a modern tulip glass. Gently pour chilled champagne. Serve straight up and garnish with a candied blood orange or fresh blood orange slice.
The Golden Globes 2018
Champagne By The Numbers
1,500 Moët minis
500 champagne cocktails
125 cases of 2006 Grand Vintage Brut
Moët & Chandon will be on the red carpet with their “Toast for a Cause” initiative, in which A-listers raise a toast with one of the brand’s miniature bottles in support of their favorite charities, which will receive a $1,000 donation.