Drink Recipe: Moët Introduces “The Great Gatsby” Inspired “Moët Imperial Gatsby”

Confession time…So, I’m about 82 percent sure that “The Great Gatsby” is one of a handful (just a handful!) of novels I bought the Cliffs Notes for during high school. Sorry F. Scott Fitzgerald, but you weren’t quite my cup of literary tea. At this moment you’re probably wondering what exactly is so Lushworthy about “The Great Gatsby.” Well, in honor of the film adaptation of “The Great Gatsby,” Moët, which is featured throughout the film, has introduced a new cocktail inspired by “The Great Gatsby.” Described as “a twist on the classic champagne cocktail,” the  “Moët Imperial Gatsby” combines Moët Imperial and Green Chartreuse. And in case you can’t get your hands on any Green Chartreuse, you can always find the Jim Meehan-crafted cocktail at New York City’s The Plaza Hotel.

“The Great Gatsby” will be released in theaters nationwide on Friday, May 10.

Moët Imperial Gatsby


5 oz. Moët Imperial
1 sugar cube soaked in .25 oz. Green Chartreuse


Combine in a champagne flute and garnish with a spiral lime twist.

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