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History of champagne sabering 7435950

HISTORY

OF

CHAMPAGNE SABER

How the term Saber came into Existence?

Sabre or saber is a backsword in curved with a single edge blade. It is

designed for melee attacks and special surprise attacks in mounted horses.

But now, champagne sabers and champagne swords these days are intended

to cut the tip of the bottle for the art of sabrage. The sword is based on the

medieval type of single edge weapon as for thrusting and slashing.

History of Champagne Sabers

During victories, they celebrated and drinks champagnes. They are fearless

cavalry soldiers but there is one problem when drinking champagnes and

celebrating their triumphs. They got no corkscrew to unwire the bottle. The

solution – they use their primary weapon the saber and cuts the tip of the

bottle and enjoy such delicious beverage. Of course, they also drink the good

wine even when defeats. Yes, it is a good way to reflect and think of new

strategies and drink up.

How the Art of Sabering Champagne Started

The art of sabrage became popular when Napoleon together with his brave men

visits aristocrats all over Europe. There was a time where the aristocrats serve

Napoleon and his cavalries with champagne. Oh, it’s a good old day for these

men so they use their sabers and cut the lips of the bottle. Lots of aristocrats

were amazed about such way to uncork the bottle easy and swiftly.

Twist of the Story

The art of sabrage became popular when Napoleon together with his brave men

visits aristocrats all over Europe. There was a time where the aristocrats serve

Napoleon and his cavalries with champagne. Oh, it’s a good old day for these

men so they use their sabers and cut the lips of the bottle. Lots of aristocrats

were amazed about such way to uncork the bottle easy and swiftly.

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