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#585840 - 02/21/10 03:08 PM Sabrage -- Using a sabre to open Champagne  
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Have you tried sabrage? You don't need a sword and its so easy to do.

I explain how to do it and the secret of how sabrage works here.

Have you sabraged? Do you want to? Share your thoughts and experiences here

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#587033 - 02/25/10 11:53 AM Re: Sabrage -- Using a sabre to open Champagne [Re: Peter - Wine]  
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News just in..

The world sabrage record has broken -- record is now 27 bottles sabraged in one minute


www.eatout.co.za/news/news_article.asp?ArticleID=977


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#587335 - 02/26/10 02:33 PM Re: Sabrage -- Using a sabre to open Champagne [Re: Peter - Wine]  
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That looks like it could be fun. Perhaps a bit dangerous, but still fun.


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#587770 - 02/28/10 03:09 PM Re: Sabrage -- Using a sabre to open Champagne [Re: Nancy - Baby Names Editor]  
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No danger to the person doing it.

Only dangerous if the bottle is pointed at people, as per the warning in my article: Sabrage � How to Slice the Top off Champagne at www.bellaonline.com/articles/art65768.asp


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