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Your standard glass of champagne gets a fancy upgrade with vanilla syrup, vodka, and notes of smoked rosemary. Happy Hour just got a lot classier. This cocktail is served at Le Grande in New York’s Time Hotel.
1Smoke rosemary sprig with a lighter and place in champagne flute.
2Turn champagne flute upside down to capture smoke emitted from rosemary.
3Combine the vodka and vanilla syrup in a cocktail shaker and fill it halfway with ice.
4Shake until the outside of the shaker is frosted.
5Pour into the champagne flute with the smoked rosemary.
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