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Dom Pérignon Demijohn
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Origin

Dom Pérignon

Type

Glass Brewing Vessel

Effects

Combines ingredients into a melodious spirit

Downsides

Overheats nearby bottles, causing explosions

Activation

Placing in ingredients

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Food-888A

Aisle

314535-8407

Shelf

106887-7317-214

Date of Collection

March 18, 1765

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OriginEdit

Dom Pérignon was a French Benedictine monk who made important contributions to the production and quality of champagne wine in an era when the region's wines were predominantly still red. It was then normal for wines to referment after bottling and have a buildup of gases and temperature that could cause the cork to release, sometimes even making the bottles explode. Popular myths frequently, but erroneously, credit him with the invention of sparkling champagne and other misinterpreted facts.

EffectsEdit

Mixing in disparate ingredients, especially some type of fruit or grain, will create a delicious and filling alcohol. It will resemble popular types of drink but will be distinct in its textural notes and flavor combinations.

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