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Menu Champagne Saber

Menu Champagne Saber

Menu Champagne Saber


"Champagne! In victory one deserves it! In defeat, one needs it!" - Napoleon (supposedly)

Whether it's New Year's Eve, an extravagant dinner party, or you just want to drink champagne extra dramatically with friends, then you need this cool new Menu Champagne Saber. Popping a cork off a champagne bottle is always kinda scarily exciting, but if you use this polished, stainless steel saber to slice the top off a champagne bottle, it becomes an epic event. To use, just find the vertical seam on the bottle and slide this blunt sword down until it meets the top lip of the bottle causing the entire neck to break away in a bubbly rush, so be ready to pour. No need to worry about glass shards getting into your drink because the immense pressure inside the bottle will deal with that. Check out this VIDEO to see this fun sabrage in action.

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  • Designer: Karim Rashid
  • Ceremonial technique for opening a Champagne bottle with a sabre
  • One piece of polished, stainless steel flamboyance, for opening up a bottle of bubbly the flashy way
  • Breaks the entire neck away, leaving only the base of the bottle ready to pour
  • Sure to impress at dinner parties
  • Designed for opening champagne bottles swiftly and extravagantly
  • Aim towards where the vertical seam of the bottle meets the top lip of the bottle, and strike away from the base
  • Normal pressure inside the bottle automatically ensures that no glass shards contaminate the champagne
  • The champagne will rush out just like when a cork is removed, so be ready to pour!l
  • Made popular by Napoleon's cavalry; "Champagne! In victory one deserves it; in defeat one needs it"
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Size: 18" x 3" x 1"

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