This Champagne Vending Machine Serves You Mini Bottles Of Moet

Bubbles at the press of a button

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Good news! The vending machine of our dreams is here.

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All Bar One in London's Leicester Square has been giving out free 200ml bottles of mini Moët & Chandon champagne from this brilliant invention.

According to The Telegraph, the machine works by inviting customers to "press for champagne" before a robotic arm carefully selects one of the 350 bottles of bubbly and delivers it to your hand. Yep, it really is dreamy.

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The vending machine was loaned temporarily to the bar to promote the opening of its latest branch last Thursday, and as predicted, it was a hit with visitors.

Moët Vending Machine 🍾#poppin' #whatmorecouldyouaskfor? #moetmoments #allbarone #freeona #herrotitty

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Sadly, it has now been removed, but anyone who was hoping to try it out for themselves will be happy to know it's not the first sighting of this clever creation.

The world's first Moët machine, which was wrapped in gold and packed with Swarovski crystal-adorned minis, was installed in the Selfridges Christmas Shop in 2013 and they have been available for private hire ever since.

While there's no plan for another machine this year, the London department store is offering shoppers the chance to personalise mini Moëts by uploading photos from their phones.

Here's hoping for more champagne at the touch of a button in 2017.

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