Champagne glass pyramid sets new world record

At 8.23 metres tall (27ft), a three-sided pyramid made from 54,740 champagne coupes has officially set a new Guinness World Record for the ‘largest drinking glass pyramid’. A specialist team spent five days between Christmas and New Year delicately constructing the wine glass tower at luxury Dubai resort Atlantis, The Palm, which announced the news. It said the attempt was co-organised by Moët & Chandon, as part of champagne house’s ‘Effervescence’ event series. Guinness World Records officials were on-hand to adjudicate. Netherlands-based Luuk Broos Events built the pyramid, beating its own previous record – set in madrid in 2017. Lotte Broos, of Luuk Broos Events, said, [...] Voir l'article complet sur Decanter

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