Have you tried a GREY GOOSE® Vodka Presse'? From an old Parisian cocktail recipe, the Presse' is simply Grey Goose Vodka, fresh-pressed Lemon Juice, a bit of sugar, and some cold, bubbly Club Soda. It's like a really good lemonade. Or, if you like lime, try the Emerald Presse', made from Grey Goose l'Orange Vodka and Lime Juice, sugar and soda. Refreshing and different.
THE SLS’ SECRET SIGNATURE COCKTAIL | The #belegendary cocktail | 1½ oz. Grey Goose Le Melon ½ oz. lime juice ½ oz. simple syrup ½ oz. St. Germain Lanson Brut Champagne melon ball of cantaloupe (garnish) Combine first four ingredients in a shaker, shake and strain into a chilled martini glass. Top with Champagne and garnish with a melon ball of cantaloupe.
Dirty vodka martini with gorgonzola-stuffed olives. Best with Grey Goose vodka and a side of raw oysters. I think this is what heaven tastes like. Ah the days of Daphne Alabama!
Berry Lemonade 16 oz. Grey Goose Le Citron 16 32 oz. lemonade 12 raspberries 1 c. sugar Garnish: lemon slices and raspberries Muddle raspberries and sugar in a punch bowl or pitcher. Add remaining ingredients and stir gently. Garnish with lemon slices and raspberries.
GREY GOOSE La Poire on the Rocks | On the rocks, GREY GOOSE La Poire Flavored Vodka bears the same creamy texture, subtle sweetness and mellow flavor for which the Anjou pear is world renowned. Cultivated in France’s Loire River Valley, the Anjou pear was carefully selected to create this flavored vodka that is alive with the aroma of fresh pears and a light, smooth taste.