Blow one’s cork

What is Blow one’s cork?

Blow one’s cork definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
the outer bark of an oak, Quercus suber, of Mediterranean countries, used for making stoppers for bottles, floats, etc.
Also called cork oak. the tree itself.
something made of cork.
a piece of cork, rubber, or the like used as a stopper, as for a bottle.

Angling. a small float to buoy up a fishing line or to indicate that a fish is biting.
Also called phellem, suber. Botany. an outer tissue of bark produced by and exterior to the phellogen.

verb (used with object)
to provide or fit with cork or a cork.
to stop with or as if with a cork (often followed by up).

to blacken with burnt cork.