Win­ter- Week­endAwa y Warmer

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Ideally, you should serve this cock­tail in a fab­u­lous French bolt­hole (like, say, Le Lo­gis, the 17th-cen­tury manor house in the vine­yards of Co­gnac that’s owned by Grey Goose and used year-round to teach mixol­o­gists and me­dia alike about the brand, right down to what wheat is used), but, re­ally, any ski chalet in the Swiss Alps or “cot­tage” in Muskoka will do. This vodka-based take on an Old Fash­ioned is just the thing to whip up for your pals as you set­tle in for the night (per­haps to ring in the new year?). Chin-chin!

Recipe

party tip Don’t freeze your vodka! It’s ter­ri­ble for the flavour.

11/ 3 oz. (40 mL) Grey Goose Orig­i­nal

2 tsp. (10 mL) or­ganic maple syrup

2 sprigs of rose­mary

A pinch of salt

12/ 3 oz. (50 mL) of freshly squeezed pink-grape­fruit juice

In the bot­tom of a rocks glass, lightly crush the leaves from one sprig of rose­mary into the maple syrup and salt. Fill with good-qual­ity ice and add the Grey Goose. Top with the pink-grape­fruit juice and stir well. Gar­nish with the re­main­ing rose­mary sprig.

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