The Golden Globes officially happen on January 6th, but we already have an idea of what some of the stars will be drinking.
Moet is the official champagne of the Golden Globes this year (for the 28th year in a row). Guests at the event will reportedly be dining on a light Chilean Sea Bass served with black rice, asparagus, and roasted carrots to precede the Globes’ first-ever gluten free dessert, a flourless chocolate cake.
In their glass will be champagne, of course, but organizers expect to also serve more than 500 cocktails throughout the night. Topping this year’s menu is “The Moët Belle”
“The Moët Belle” was created by actress and filmmaker Camilla Belle “to capture the beauty and glamour of one of Hollywood’s biggest nights.”
Here’s how it’s being described:
“Belle drew from her Brazilian roots to create a perfect recipe that combines Cachaca, mango juice, ginger syrup, lime juice and Moët Brut Impérial. The notes of a classic Brazilian caipirinha are creatively combined with the effervescence of champagne to create a bold cocktail that transports you to South America. Belle mixes sweet and tart pairing tropical mango with the bright fruitiness and elegant maturity of Moët’s iconic champagne, Moët & Chandon Impérial.“The Moët Belle” is served in a non-traditional coupe glass and garnished with a white orchid.
If your invitation to The Golden Globes got lost in mail like mine did, you can whip one of these up at home yourself using the following recipe:
The Moët Belle
by Camilla Belle
1 oz. of Cachaça
.75 oz. of Mango Juice
.5 oz. of ginger syrup
.25 oz. of Fresh lime juice
2.5 oz. of Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial
Preparation: Shake the first four ingredients together with ice. Strain into a coupe and top with Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut. Serve in a coupe glass and garnish with an edible tropical flower or tropical flower decoration and serve with a smile.