The Champagne Bong Is Here and It’s One Classy Contraption



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The Chambong is exactly what it sounds like: a Champagne flute shaped like a bong, and soon you’ll be able to get one yourself

A champagne flute shaped like a bong? Why haven’t we thought of this before?

What do you get when you mix the free-wielding spirit of your college party with the class and decadence of an adult shindig? Obviously a classy soiree where your party guests are drinking out of Chambongs.The Chambong is exactly what it sounds like: a product hybrid between a Champagne flute and a bong or water pipe. The result? A device that allows you to be both a party animal and a high class adult as you chug some très expensive bubbly.

Unfortunately, the 3,000-run first edition is already sold out, but the second limited-edition stock of the Chambong will be available within the next 10 days. You can get yours for just $25 a glass, which sounds pretty expensive for just one drinking device, but it apparently comes in a “limited edition deluxe packaging, surrounded by a custom cut foam mold.” Who can resist that?

Here’s the Chambong in action:

So if you know me you know this is very necessary for me to buy the Chambong pic.twitter.com/a7bCiAYh0c

— Melissa Nicole (@xoxo_mwhiting) October 14, 2015

the freakin Chambong #alittlevinotoo pic.twitter.com/UrZpE7Rm6L

— Casey Fitzgerald (@mzfiitz) October 13, 2015


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


Four cocktail pros weigh in with their must-have bar tools

A Chambong is not the perfect gift for everyone, but it’s the perfect gift for someone.

IriGri8 Getty Images/iStockphoto

Shopping for the cocktail lover in your life this holiday season? Here are four gift ideas from the masters of the bar scene in St. Louis.

A properly made cocktail comes down to precision. “Everyone needs a measuring jigger,” says Small Change general manager Harrison Massie. “It’s key to making sure they get those proportions right.”

Colossal Cobbler Cocktail Shaker

Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore likes the 1.9-liter Cocktail Kingdom shaker for its efficiency: “This is great for making five or six drinks at once. It’s handy for home parties.”

Serving Tray

The Gin Room’s Natasha Bahrami has an appreciation for the aesthetic appeal of bar tools. “A beautiful vintage Midcentury brass serving tray is not only a bit of classy décor but also useful for your home bar,” she says. “It’s a perfect, highly coveted, and extra-gorgeous gift.”

On the hunt for a truly unusual gift? Olive + Oak bartender Morgaine Segura-Martin has the answer. “We break our Chambong and Chambong stand out at the bar,” she says. “It always gets the party started.” Its maker describes the Chambong as a “Champagne beer bong,” meant for shooting sparkling wine. The contraption consists of a flute with an elongated stem, from which the drinker partakes as bubbly is poured into the flute. It’s certainly not a gift for just anyone, but it’s sure to be the perfect gift for someone.


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