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Here are a few memories from AMP's 2014.
-Much Love, Alison
|The lovely Erin Grimson took this photo at the Anthro Knoxville November|
Birthday Party - Erin is part of the Anthro team and a wonderful photographer
Put the syrup in the glass and pour the bubbly over the top. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary for looks and for scent. You could also freeze some small cranberries and toss a few in a glass instead. This will help keep your glass chilled as well.Another idea is one that I got from Anthropologie's Knoxville November birthday bash. The lovely staff of our store made Lavender Infused Champagne for us and even shared the recipe!
Anthropologie Knoxville - Lavender Infused Champagne
Bring 1 cup of water to a boil. Stir in 1 cup of sugar and add in a handful of fresh lavender. Remove from heat and allow to cool.
Once cooled, serve 1-2 teaspoons per 6 oz of champagne (makes 20 servings)I would garnish with a small sprig of lavender if you so choose. Or get real swanky and lightly rim your champagne glass or coupe with some fancy pants sugar. Just for looks...you don't need sugar with this drink. But an herby chocolate might be good!
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