GREY GOOSE, a unique French vodka created by Francois Thibault, uses the finest ingredients with a smooth and distinct character. This makes GREY GOOSE excellent as base for a variety of cocktails.
Here are 3 cocktails you can make using the original GREY GOOSE vodka.
1. The Kumquat Quest
If you are looking for an appetizer or a casual cocktail with friends then this fresh, citrus infused cocktail is just for you. With a dash of fresh lime, the kumquat fruit, and orange liqueur, you’re in for a delight!
- 2 parts GREY GOOSE
- ½ part Grand Marnier
- ¼ lime squeezed
- 2 tsp brown sugar
- 6 kumquats
To make the cocktail, cut all the kumquats into halves. Put all the ingredients into a highball glass and then mix everything together. Finally add crushed ice and the Grand Mariner.
2. Dirty Martini
If dry and savoury sound appealing to you, then the classic Dirty Martini is what you should be drinking as your next cocktail.
- 2 parts GREY GOOSE
- 2 parts Dry Vermouth
- 4 olives
- ⅔ part olive brine
- 2 olives for garnish
Start by pitting four olives and mixing them with the olive brine in a cocktail glass. From there, add your GREY GOOSE and Dry Vermouth. Top it off with ice cubes and then start stirring everything together. Pour the mixture through a strainer into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with Mediterranean olives on a toothpick.
3. The Academy Gimlet
The Academy Gimlet is the perfect afternoon cocktail, or is a great choice for a casual event with friends. Enjoy this sour citrus cocktail with fresh lime, basil syrup and, of course, GREY GOOSE vodka.
- 2 parts GREY GOOSE vodka
- ¾ part lime juice
- 1 part basil syrup
First, fill your cocktail shaker with ice and add GREY GOOSE vodka, with lime juice and basil syrup. After this, shake everything well and then strain into a glass with ice. Finally, garnish the cocktail with a basil leaf.
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