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Miami Heat Official Playoff Drink: Moët Champagne On Ice (Recipes)

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With LeBron, Wade, and Bosh on the court tonight, it can be said Miami residents are in Heat. Fortunately, Moët realized that our pleasurable predicament would be a perfect opportunity for a beverage product tie-in and stepped up to the challenge.

Thus, Moët Ice Imperial was born. It is now the official champagne of the 2013 Heat Playoffs. The first champagne created to be served on ice, Moët Ice Imperial is ideal for champagne-based drinks and for the excruciating Miami heat -- temperature, that is.

We were invited to sample some cocktails during the Heat game on Tuesday and were pleased with the crisp taste. Here are some recipes you can try on your own during your next Heat playoff party -- or to celebrate when LeBron dons his second ring.

The Moët Muddle Crossover

Muddled cucumber and mint

Moët Ice Imperial

Ice

The Game Winner: Sugar and Bitters

Raw sugar rim

Dash of bitters

Moët Ice Imperial

Ice

The Slam Dunk: Frozen Fruit

Add fruit to ice cube trays made of different shapes

Moët Ice Imperial

Salut!

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