Miami company invents Champagne ‘machine gun’

16th March, 2016 by Lucy Jenkins

A nightclub supply company in Miami has launched a “gun” which sprays Champagne up to 23 feet in the air for use in VIP rooms.


Available in rose gold, gold and chrome for a very affordable US$459 (if you happen to be Kanye West or Sean Combs), the Champagne gun was created by Jeremy Touitou who runs a company supplying Miami’s nightclubs with sparklers to attach to bottles of Champagne.

As reported by Miami New Times, the gun only fits magnum-sized bottles and sprays a lavish stream of Champagne across the room at a distance of up to 23 feet so that “anyone can feel like P. Diddy for 45 seconds.”

“Shoot bubbles, not bullets,” Touitou said wisely and has claimed that even though the gun has only been in circulation for a week, he has already sold stock to the Miami nightclubs of Seaspice and Hyde Beach who have reported a roughly 30% increase in sales of magnums.

For users who don’t want to waste their precious bottles of Cristal or Ace of Spades, the gun can also merely pour the Champagne, which admittedly is a somewhat less awesome way of dispensing bubbles.


2 Responses to “Miami company invents Champagne ‘machine gun’”

  1. AlexS says:

    Dearest God…

  2. Jerome says:

    This product was lauch at The Monaco International Clubbing show that toke place in Monaco novembre 4-7th 2015

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