How to Saber a Champagne Bottle

By Jamie Boudreau

Opening a bottle of champagne always puts people in a festive mood. Sabering a bottle of champagne takes your party to the next level. Remember, BE CAREFUL!. Jamie is a trained professional. DO NOT POINT THE BOTTLE AT ANYONE! You are creating a projectile that could seriously harm someone. We just want to you to have fun.

Recipe

How to Saber a Champagne Bottle

Remove foil from bottle and leave cage intact.

Locate the seem on the bottle and face toward the ceiling while pointing the bottle away from your body.

With a forceful motion, slide your knife, sword or flat blunt tool across the seem making contact with the mouth of the bottle.

With enough force, the mouth should separate from the neck with ease.

DO NOT DRINK FROM THE BOTTLE! The broken edge is razor sharp!

Comments
onkelandy 11 Nov 2010
8:48 am

Nice to see you back in businees.. after your loooooong break here at SmallScreenNetwork ;)

TheoStef 11 Nov 2010
2:56 pm

Great seeing you again!

Quick question…wouldn’t there be a danger of having glass shards in the bottle?

Brian Dressler 15 Nov 2010
10:52 am

Hi Kor -

The feeds should be working - Let me know if you have any issues.  Thanks for watching!

Brian

Jamie Boudreau 29 Nov 2010
4:00 pm

TheoStef:
There will be no shards in the bottle as what is happening is the top is being blown off by the pressure of the Champagne and not the force of your blade back. It takes very little force if your bottle is cold. I’ve even “sabered” a bottle with the base of a wine glass, it takes that little pressure!

dandolocsm 8 Sep 2011
3:17 am

Great work Jamie!
I have a question:
Is this possible also with a normal beer, I mean; broke the bottle top without shards in the bottle? I know it’s very easy to broke it, is there any possibility that some shards remain inside?
Thanks a lot. I really appreciate your professionality. Greetings from Croatia!

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