London VIP Clubs Bottle Sizes

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There’s more to bottle sizes than meets the eyes. While having a good time in one of London VIP clubs it doesn’t require you to be a bottle connoisseur but it does tell something about your character. If you’re a frequent guest at some of the best London VIP clubs and enjoy bottle service at your table, you’d probably be interested in knowing a little bit more about bottle sizes.

I bet you didn’t know that each bottle size has its name? Interestingly enough, most of the wine and champagne bottle size names were inspired by Biblical characters, like Methuselah, which means literally the “Oldest Man”, or Nebuchadnezzar who was “King of Babylon”.

Wine and champagne bottles come in different shapes and sizes, from the light and small ones, to the ones that can hold up to 40 regular bottles with fortified glass this is all seen at exclusive London VIP clubs.

Whether you’re an outgoing person who just wants to impress a group of friends , or a wanna-be bartender, knowing a little something about bottle sizes can come in handy especially when your at one of the top London VIP clubs. Here you will find out about all different bottle sizes and shapes, their names and other important details that you would find in one of London VIP clubs. Let’s take a look at some the bottle sizes and their name equivalents:

If we’re talking champagne bottle sizes, the smallest bottle is traditionally called Quart and it holds no more than 0.1875 or 0.2 litres — which is not enough to get you boozy, you’ll agree.

Then we move on to half a bottle, more specifically 0.375 litres, called Demie. After Demie comes Standard, which we all know well, and which holds 0.750l.

A Magnum holds 1.5 litres, and twice the size of Magnum is his rival called Jéroboam which holds 3 litres. Jéroboam is followed by his brother Réhoboam, which holds 4.5 litres of champagne. If you think that the story ends with Réhoboam you couldn’t be more wrong.

Methusaleh holds even 6 litres of your favorite liquid, or 8 regular 0.750 bottles. Every now and then, there is that special occasion when booking a VIP club table in London that calls for your favourite champagne, wine or spirits to come in a larger bottle like Methusaleh.

Then we move on to the magnificent Salmanazar or “Assyrian King”, which contains up to 9 litres, or 12 regular bottles, and his cousin Balthazar which contains 12 litres or 16 bottles.

A bottle containing 15 litres is called Nebuchadnezzar, who was actually “King of Babylon”. The name Solomon, or “the King Solomon, the wisest of all men” righteously so belongs to the bottle containing as much as 15 litres or 20 regular bottles.

Three more names are left, and these are the biggest bottle sizes you can imagine at luxurious London VIP clubs.

Namely, Sovereign holds up to 26.25 litres, which equals to 35 regular bottles. Sovereign is followed by Primat, which contains just a little bit more — 27 litres.

Last but definitely not the least, his majesty Melchizedek which holds an amazing 30 litres or 40 regular bottles. With all these great options it’s easy to see why you will have an exclusive and spectacular night out any London VIP clubs.

So now you know the score with the sizes of bottles, if you’re looking to celebrate a night at one of our London VIP clubs with a Magnum or maybe a Nebuchadnezzar then visit VIP Table Bookings to book a table with us.

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