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In this video, I attempt Sabrage, the art of removing a champagne cork with a knife or saber.
The noble art of Sabrage was an outlandish tactic first employed by Napoleon’s cavalry. Two hundred years ago, dashing young cavalry officers in the French Army would slice the cork off the Champagne bottle with the sabre, rather than put themselves to the effort of removing the wire basket and easing the cork out.
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