I am drinking very, very cold stars
When it comes to champagne, buckets and melting ice just aren't becoming – at least that's the thinking that's resulted in the creation of high-tech cooling invention, the Kaelo.
Using no water, and capable of temperatures as low as -16.3°C, these devices are made to order, and are fitted within a tabletop. The result is a chamber that keeps fizz chilled, and looks cool too – it's fitted with some space-age lighting effects.
Designed and built in England, these energy-efficient devices have been sold into private residences for the last few years, and are now available to the on-trade.
Visit the Kaelo site for more information.
News item from Imbibe.com, 17-11-2011