Size does matter!
November 21, 2020
If you are a lan kwai fong-habitué, or live long enough in Hong Kong, you may have heard of a night club namely Magnum (Not an ad because it shut down years ago). Magnum actually refers to a Champagne bottle size (See Figure). Typically, a Magnum-size Champagne would offer twelve servings – or one. The size apparently determines the amount of liquor, and also affects the quality to a lesser extent. In general, the larger the bottle, the better the quality. This is because it will take a longer time to ferment a larger champagne, refining the wine and bubbles.
The largest size I have heard so far is 30L, ostentatiously named Melchizedek.
|Size 尺碼||Volume 容量||Serving 份量|