Champagne Tap

A bloodless sample of CSF from a lumbar puncture, which is traditionally rewarded by a bottle of bubbly from 'class-act' consultants and mentors
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In the early 19th century champagne became popular as a health restorative which led to the development of the champagne tap, a device allowing individual glasses of champagne to be withdrawn without having to remove the corks at all.
Collectors are often interested in items from the world of wine such as corkscrews, wine funnels, labels, champagne taps and coasters.