The original recipe calls for a blend of white rums infused with coconut and pineapple skins using a sous-vide machine, but an ounce of quality rum will get the job done at home, as will Cava in place of Champagne.
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About Champagne & Sparkling Wine
Any wine with bubbles is a sparkling wine, and they’re made around the globe. Sparkling wines are not carbonated. CO2 is a natural by-product of their fermentation. The bubble-making process begins by adding yeast and sugar to a previously fermented base wine and sealing the tank or bottle in which that second fermentation takes place. Bottle-fermented sparkling wines, such as Champagne, tend to be rich, with significant brioche flavors from yeast.