How to Saber a Champagne Bottle Properly ?

Instagram and TikTok have made it easier for foodies to show off their culinary skills. 

 After all, the "Salt Bae" moniker was developed by a diner who photographed a glorified butcher's sprinkling of salt on a thinly cut steak. 

If you've ever wanted to wow your visitors with an Instagram-worthy display, the technique of "sabrage,".

Which involves the use of sabres or knives to force open a bottle of bubbly, has become the go-to method.

 Sabering champagne bottles with bad technique and smashing them is funny, but the beauty of the classic sabrage cannot be understated. 

Eugene Ball, the butler at the famed St. Regis Bermuda Resort, has given us some exclusive advice on how to properly and successfully sabre a bottle of champagne as the sun sets each day.

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