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Champagne Saber – The Perfect Gift for a Colleague Quitting Job

There are two reasons why a coworker wants to leave the company. One, is because of the working environment, it could be no longer healthy for his or her physically, mentally and emotionally. The second is, this colleague is just looking for a greener pasture. Often times, you see colleagues walk away through the door and never comes back. It can be a stressful and sad moment in the whole office, or in some cases, it can be a big relief.

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Sabrage Season Starts Now!

If you have been into fancy restaurants and diners, then you know the fact that it is not just the taste of the food you eat but also the overall presentation. Most of the time, you could not even want to taste your plate because of how wonderful the presentation is. Drinking champagne is not different. In fact, even though you crave about the taste, uncorking a bottle of champagne is full of surprises. There are so much to do when it comes to champagne. The famous champagne tower for example adds a bit of excitement. Moreover, the sound of the popping of cork itself gives anyone and everyone excitement. They know the fact that it is time for a lovely treat.

Sabering

Aside from using a corkscrew or popping up the cork using pressure inside, another way to excite the guests would be sabering. Champagne sabering or also known as sabrage is probably the most exciting which is the overall highlight reel of the event. Once you see a person who is holding a majestic looking champagne saber, you know what to expect next.

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It can be as complicated as it looks, but with a little practice with the help of using the right tool when doing this technique. The first thing that you should know is that, different bottles have their own different distinctiveness. Some are tough while some are easy to cut its lip. All in all, you should always use champagne saber or champagne sword when doing so even if you are just practicing at your very own kitchen. It is not recommended to use your regular knife. Obviously, kitchen knives are intended for cutting meat and champagne sword or champagne saber as the name it implies, iti is for sabering or sabrage.

The Bottle

The bottle has its weakness which is called as he seam. When you look closer, you can see a line that separates the bottle one to another. This is where you slide the blade from the body to the neck. Of course, you should remove the the foil and the wire supporting the cork. Make sure that the bottle is cold. The temperature can help the pressure which will not require you a lot of force when sliding the blade.

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Get your personalized champagne saber today delivered to you right next to your door step. The saber will be delivered together with a box and a stand depending on the model. Aside from sabering, champagne saber or sword has been used for aesthetic from homes and even at the office. You can hang them on your walls or you can put them to the table. There are wide varieties of champagne swords you can find online. Regardless if you are looking for the cheapest one or to the rarest one, you can find the kind of champange saber that fits not just on your budget but also to your taste.

 

Things to avoid while Sabering Champagne

So, you have seen such art from fancy restaurants, hotels, pubs and clubs. It looks like fun and simple, but even though how it easily executed, when doing so, the first thing that you should know is that, learning this kind of uncorking does not learned overnight. There will be some issues, but as far as probable injuries are concerned, there are few precautionary measures that you should take note.

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Ways To Drink Champagne Like An Expert

There are many ways on how to enjoy your champagne. Yet of course, whenever you open a bottle, you should make sure to finish it. Just imagine how sweet it could be when you uncorked it in a fine temperature. It is indeed, delicious treat where anyone and everyone will surely love. Whatever the occasion may be or perhaps a simple celebration or something which can be celebrated, you can never go wrong of having you and your loved ones a treat of champagne.

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You don’t need to be a professional chef, ninja or a member of the hussars in order for you to perfectly execute sabrage or saber champagne bottle. What you need is to understand the physics and the chemistry behind the art so you can execute exactly the way you want it. Back in the old days which can be traced back to the Napoleonic era, it is quite too dangerous for an average person to uncork the bottle using a saber or a sword. But today, anyone and everyone can do it without worrying of hurting someone else. It is because champagne sabers and champagne swords today are modified which are now designed exclusively for sabering a champagne and item collection.

The Bottle

The first thing that you should do is to pick the right bottle. Keep in mind that different champagne bottle has different distinctive when it comes to its toughness. In case that you don’t want to spoil the good champagne, you can always look for sparkling wine. It is cheap and it has the same chemistry where you can spoil them without hesitation. Also, make sure that the bottle has the right temperature. This means that it has to be cold particularly the neck of the bottle. Again, it should be cold, but not iced cold. It is highly recommended to put the bottle inside the freezer for just a few minutes before performing the art.

The Right Tool

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Another important factor to keep in mind is getting the right tool. You probably want to do it with your regular kitchen knife. But, no! it is not recommended otherwise you will hurt yourself, hurt someone, or spoil the champagne. Always look for champagne saber or champagne sword which are intended for sabering and not a regular knife.

The Seam

Now that you have the bottle and the champagne saber, it is time for you to locate the seam. Remove the foil of the bottle and as soon as you do, look for the seam of the bottle. The seam is the weak spot of the bottle and you can simply determine the seam by looking closer to the bottle. You will see a vertical line which separates the bottle. This is where you are going to slide the blade from the body up to the lip.

Don’t Forget The Wire

Oh by the way, you should remove the wire first that supports the cork. When doing this, you must put your thump over the cork. This would make sure that the cork would not pop up by itself. In some cases, the cork does because of the chemical reaction. Probably, the bottle was shaken too often.

Let’s Get It On

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Without further do, hold the bottle 45 degree and make sure that no one will get hit by the flying cork. Now it is time to put a show by sliding the blade to the lip. It does not necessarily mean that you have to slide your champagne sword forcefully. Like mentioned, the trick is the chemicals and the physics.

The Uses of Champagne Saber

You saw sabrage in a fancy restaurant and you want to give it a try. You searched over the web and look for tips on how to execute the art the easiest way. On your part, you already know the fact that you should not use a typical knife you can find from your kitchen. But somehow, you are anxious of buying champagne sword or champagne saber because you are going to use it pretty much often. But champagne saber is not just intended for sabering a bottle of champagne. In fact, a lot of wine enthusiasts are collecting these items which give them the pleasure of fulfillment. Imagine you have a wide variety of champagne sabers and swords? Your co-workers, friends, and visitors would truly envy you.

Berkel Corsaro Wenge

Cunning, elegant and somehow nerve-wracking because of its shape. But you don’t have to worry about a thing since the blade is blunt. This sword is inspired and originated in the Middle East. It’s majestic look with its silvery blade and best quality materials what makes this champagne sword can make the impression that you are really passionate about wines. It is being produced by the finest blade manufacturer in Italy found in the small town of Maniago. The shape itself allows you to perfectly execute the art nice, smooth and easy.

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Fox Due Cigni Sabre Bullae

If you want a smaller type of saber, you can’t go wrong with this one. In fact, for only $180 you can have this amazing saber. You can display this into your living room if not in use, or you can put it somewhere at your wine and champagne collection. This is another quality product from Maniago Italy. This saber is authentically inspired during in the time of Napoleonic era.

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Fox Sciabola del Sommelier Bronze Black

If you really want to intimidate someone with your saber’s look, then this would the top choice. It is a black-charcoal blade saber with the attitude. Together with the saber is a stand and a quality box for safe keeping. Yet of course, you want it to display such beauty around the house and therefore, by all means, you can do so. This blade is produced from North Italy and catching anyone and everyone’s attention because of its sly look. This amazing saber can be yours and can be engraved to have a bit of your personal touch for only $180.00.

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Viper Mathusalem Palissandro

Probably one of my personal favorite. As the name it sounds, this cunning saber is inspired and authentically designed particularly from a wine bottle sized champagne. Such bottle can hold 1.6 gallons. It has a size of burgundy bottom.

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Viper Mathusalem Damasco Steel Cocobolo Limited Edition

If you are a serious champagne saber collector, then this saber is more than just a leisure but an investment. It’s blade is made from authentic Damascus steel which is really tough yet lightweight. It has a classic pattern and its handle is made from real cocobolo wood. It’s a classy tool when you saber champagne.viper-damasco-shop-1_1024x1024.jpeg

Budget Friendly Champagne Saber – Laguiole La Roque

So you are planning to have a date with your significant others and it seems like you want to be cheesy at least this moment only. After all, Valentine’s day is for those hopelessly romantic people like you do. Anyhow you are planning to take your wife/girlfriend somewhere that she can be cherished all of her life. You would love to take her out of a dinner where you can impress her with the best meal and the finest champagne in town. If you want, you can surprise her by sabering the bottle using champagne sword or saber.

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Champagne sabering has been recognized by many chefs and the finest restaurants you can find on earth. It is traced back a long way before from the time of the Great Napoleon Bonaparte back in the 18th century during the French Revolution. Champagne has been at their side when it comes to triumph and even defeat. During those days, they brought a log of champagne with them on their camp even when they are sailing on the sea. The only problem is, they forget about the most important thing they could bring and this is the corkscrew. Lucky, these horsemen improvised and used their primary weapon the saber and this is where the art of sabrage was born.

Learning How To Sabrage

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Learning the art is easy as it looks like. You might say that it is somehow dangerous but the real trick here is not the weapon itself but what is happening inside. Keep in mind that you have to use proper tools when doing this kind of art. Never use knives you can find in your very own kitchen otherwise, you can hurt yourself or even worse like wasting the good wine.

Uncorking

The first thing that you should do is to remove all the foils from the bottle and then remove the wire that supports the cork. It is important to carefully remove the wire and put your thumb on the cork just in case. Make sure to point the bottle elsewhere which is safe. Don’t expect that you can perfectly execute the art again and again. Sometimes even the finest chef in town could not execute the art properly. Yet again, practice makes you better.

Laguiole La Roque

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Laguiole La Roque

If you are looking for the best champagne saber then you can never go wrong with the Laguiole La Roque. As the name it sounds, the sword has its authentic design inspired by the French Revolution war. The good news is you can have this kind of saber for just about $85.00 only. It is perfect for those who want to learn sabrage and for those who loves collecting champagne collector’s item. The Laguiole La Roque will be delivered right at the footsteps of your door when you order now. The saber or the blade can be engraved with your name or something pretty much personal such as a message to your loved ones. It is also a perfect gift this heart season.