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Guzzle Down That Bubbly In The All New Chambong


No, it’s not a chamber for champagne lovers and neither is it the new pub in town. Chambong, my friends, is the impatient drinker’s flute. As the name suggests it’s a bong for gulping champagne. Notice how I say gulp and not drink, because that’s how you down champagne in a chambong.

Now, team ‘Captain Obvious’ must be going “why can’t you just use a beer bong, dufus?” Fine so while you suck on a rubber hose, we’ll just slurp on a classy glass pipe.


What is a Chambong?

The ‘device’ which clearly looks like the lovechild of a glass funnel and a wash bottle (yes, from your chemistry lab) is a revolutionary – to say the least – apparatus made of high quality glass that can get you drunk ten times faster than a regular flute.

Basically, it’s a champagne flute with a glass straw as the stem, allowing for supreme airflow that will force champagne into your esophagus as quickly as possible. Like we said, revolutionary.


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Once Upon A Time

The Chambong was dreamed up in 2014 at a Super Bowl party. The inventors of the Chambong were attempting to create a “Super Bowl,” a device that would ” hold an extraordinary amount of cannabis.”

Unfortunately, the Super Bowl didn’t function well as a weed piece, but several evenings later it was determined that the device looked like a great wine shooter and the Chambong was born.



The Chambong will burn a hole worth $25 in your pocket. It can hold up to 4 ounces (~120ml) of liquid in one go. Ok fine, it’s a tad bit more than a regular flute and the capacity is a tiny bit less than a champagne glass too. But hey! Look at the high (pun intended) side! How cool would it be to down boozy shots in the Chambong!

Don’t choke though.


Binge eater by day and binge watcher by night, Ankita is fluent in food, film, and Internet. When she’s not obsessing over the hottest trends, tacos, and the perfect author’s bio, you can find her under a pile of Jeffery Archer’s novels or looking for the nearest wine shop.

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