You've never really had champagne until you've had a bottle that you sliced open with a damn sword. Doesn't get much cooler than that.
It's a tradition that dates back to Napolean's cavalry officers, who would celebrate their victories by using their sabers to pop open some bubbly. You might not have a military victory to celebrate, but you can still get in on the action. This elegant tool is ready for the job with a decorative design that'll look seriously sophisticated by your home bar.
To help you master the technique, it comes with a small book, l'Art de Sabrer le Champagne (that's The Art of Sabring Champagne). Flip through and you'll be ready to impress at your next dinner party.