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  1. FACTS ABOUT CHAMPAGNE Marilyn Monroe, at least once, took a bath in Champagne. According to her biographer, 350 bottles of Champers were used to fill up her bath tub. In 19th century England, high society dandies thought that the best way to polish their boots was with Champagne. James Bond is a notable Champagne drinker, who has been spotted drinking Champagne more than 35 times in his films. At least he drinks it more than any other beverage. In a 750ml bottle of Champagne there are 49 million bubbles… approximately. If you want to do something to impress your friends, or someone you’ve just met who you think may be impressed by something odd like this, then you can drop a raisin into a fresh glass of Champagne, and watches it as it goes from the top to the bottom of the glass, and back up and back down, continually. A somewhat surprising fact perhaps, but marketing surveys have shown that concert-goers of hip-hop concerts, rap and R & B gigs, are 94% more likely to drink Champagne than the average person. There is an artistic method on how to uncork champagne bottle and this is called sabrage or champagne sabering. It was originated back in the Napoleonic period where nobles and aristocrats were fascinated how the Hussars (Napoleon’s Cavalries) uses their sabers to open the bottle really quick. Today, champagne saber or champagne sword is ideal for gift for those champagne enthusiasts. To buy a champagne saber visit: www.champagnesabers­us.com