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Grey Goose Vodka Cocktails, Martinis, Bloody Marys & Mixed Drinks

grey goose pic 224x300 Grey Goose Vodka Cocktails, Martinis, Bloody Marys & Mixed DrinksGrey Goose Mixed Drinks: A Vodka Style & Character

Grey Goose vodka is crafted from the finest French wheat, with pure spring water filtered through grande champagne limestone and carefully distilled according to the uncompromising traditions of France’s Cognac region.  Each batch is made to the exacting standards of François Thibault, the Grey Goose Maître De Chai (Cellar Master), ensuring its distinct freshness, clarity and unparalleled smoothness.  Its lush, rounded flavour can be savoured in the perfect martini or as the ideal partner for cocktails and mixed drinks. 

The Grey Goose L’Orange BAFTA

by Dimi Lezinska

The Grey Goose L’Orange BAFTA is a toast to the world’s best in film. The tangy citrus flavours of Grey Goose L’Orange and orange curaçao, are married with raspberry syrup to create a bright, fresh cocktail garnished appropriately with a shining citrus star.

Recipe

  • 35ml Grey Goose L’Orange
  • 15ml orange curaçao
  • 12.5ml raspberry syrup
  • 12.5ml freshly squeezed lemon juice

Instructions

Fill a shaker with ice and add all the ingredients. Shake well and strain into a chilled coupette or martini cocktail glass. Garnish with orange zest in the shape of a star.

Mixologist: Dimi Lezinska

Grey Goose Global Ambassador

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The Grey Goose Filmmaker

by Dimi Lezinska

The Orange British Academy Film Awards are a celebration of film from around the world and as a salute to the filmmakers who bring the stories to life and capture our imagination Dimi created a cocktail of international flavour. Exotic Yuzu juice from East Asia is partnered with the tart flavours of rhubarb bitters and the tang of lemon juice. Garnished with a sprig of aromatic mint and topped with soda water, this refreshing, long drink is a perfect celebratory cocktail.

Recipe

  • 50ml Grey Goose vodka
  • 15ml Yuzu juice
  • 10ml freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 10ml sugar syrup
  • 2 drops rhubarb bitters
  • Top with soda water

Instructions

Fill a shaker with ice and add Grey Goose vodka, Yuzu juice, lemon juice, sugar syrup and bitters. Shake and strain into a highball filled with cubed ice. Top with soda water and garnish with a sprig of mint.

Mixologist: Dimi Lezinska

Grey Goose Global Ambassador

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The Grey Goose Leading Lady 

by Dimi Lezinska

Celebrating the nominees for this year’s leading actress Award, this glamorous, tall drink captures the drama of the silver screen. The citrus snap of Grey Goose Le Citron and fresh lemon juice are mixed with orange liqueur and passion fruit syrup. Served in an elegant flute garnished with a fresh lemon twist this cocktail is the perfect partner for any leading lady.

Recipe

  • 37.5ml Grey Goose Le Citron
  • 12.5ml orange liqueur
  • 12.5ml freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 10ml passion fruit syrup

Instructions

Fill a shaker with ice and add all the ingredients. Shake and strain into a flute, then garnish with a fresh lemon twist.

Mixologist: Dimi Lezinska

Grey Goose Global Ambassador

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The Grey Goose Roland Mouret Miracle

by Tony Conigliaro, inspired by Roland Mouret’s Origami Bar

“The Grey Goose Roland Mouret Miracle was based on Roland’s origami bar and its Japanese influence. We added a Japanese green tea with a hint of mint to the Grey Goose and then mixed this with a little Shochu, to add a delicate taste. The cocktail is finished with a paper fan. We wanted the overall experience to be beautiful yet simple – just like origami!”

Recipe

  • 40ml Grey Goose vodka (infused with green tea and mint)
  • 25ml Shochu

Instructions

Add the ingredients to a small coupette glass and stir 25 times. Garnish with a folded paper napkin infused with Shiso essence.

Mixologist: Tony Conigliaro

Award-winning molecular mixologist

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The Grey Goose Stereotonic

by Mal Evans, inspired by Lily Allen

“The ‘Grey Goose Stereotonic’ fuses Grey Goose Le Citron with flavours of apple, elderflower and lemon. Lily wanted to create a clean and fresh cocktail, with a cheeky twist so I gave the cocktail a really zingy kick.”

Recipe

  • 35ml Grey Goose Le Citron
  • 10ml elderflower cordial
  • 10ml freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 50ml cloudy apple juice
  • 75ml soda water

Instructions

Shake the ingredients with cubed ice in a cocktail shaker and strain over cubed ice. Top soda and garnish with a cucumber ribbon and a sprig of mint.

Mixologist: Mal Evans

Award-winning molecular mixologist

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The Grey Goose Indian Sunset

 by Simon Difford, inspired by David Furnish’s Tuk Tuk Bar

”I wanted to create an Indian-inspired cocktail that had a good balance between the sweet fruitiness of mango and the spice and flavour of cardamom and ginger. The name sums up this cocktail’s fantastic colour.“

Recipe

  • 50ml Grey Goose vodka
  • 25ml fresh mango
  • 20ml freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 3 cardamom pods
  • 2 bar spoons ginger liqueur
  • 1 bar spoon sugar syrup

Instructions

Muddle the cardamom in a shaker. Add other ingredients, shake with ice and double strain into a chilled martini cocktail glass. Garnish with a mango slice.

Mixologist: Simon Difford

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The Grey Goose Disco Inferno

 by Alessandro Palazzi, inspired by Patrick Cox’s Disco Bar

“This drink is a modern disco drink: a well-balanced, fruity and vibrant cocktail with blood orange and pomegranate, using Grey Goose L’Orange as a base and a touch of orange liqueur. The red colour suits the fiery name!”

Recipe

  • 35ml Grey Goose L’Orange
  • 25ml fresh pomegranate
  • 10ml orange liqueur
  • 10ml blood orange cordial
  • 10ml Italian bitters
  • 10ml freshly squeezed lime juice

Instructions

Shake and strain into a flute. Garnish with gold flakes.

Mixologist: Alessandro Palazzi

Legendary bartender

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The Grey Goose Shipwrecked

by Chris Edwardes, inspired by Gavin Turk’s Beach Bar

“For me, the washed-up look of the bar said tropical and citrus fruits, so I created a simple but well-structured drink that suits a hot beachy environment, and used freshly crushed lime with pineapple, then freshened the drink up with Grey Goose Le Citron and fresh mint.”

Recipe

  • 50ml Grey Goose Le Citron
  • 25ml fresh pineapple
  • 20ml sugar syrup
  • ¾ lime (chopped)
  • 6 mint sprigs

Instructions

Muddle the lime and mint in a rocks glass. Add other ingredients with crushed ice and stir well. Top up with crushed ice and garnish with a mint sprig.

Mixologist: Chris Edwardes

Leading bar icon and hotelier

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The Grey Goose Muscle Mary

 by Jason Fendick, inspired by Giles Deacon’s Crystalz Bar

“Giles Deacon’s bar, ‘Crystalz’ is a classic pub with a difference, so I took the one cocktail you can get in every pub, the Bloody Mary, and twisted it by serving it short and making a fresh celery foam for the top. It looks fantastic and tastes great.”

Recipe

  • 20ml Grey Goose vodka
  • 15ml Grey Goose Le Citron
  • 10ml freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 10ml Worcester sauce
  • 5ml pepper sauce
  • 10ml sherry
  • 100ml tomato juice

Instructions

Shake and strain into a half-pint. Top with celery foam and garnish with black pepper.

Mixologist: Jason Fendick

Leading mixologist and restaurateur

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The Grey Goose Rock the Kasbar

 by Jake Burger, inspired by Eva Herzigova’s Electric Oasis Bar

“The drink takes its inspiration from the flavours and specifically the sweet smells of Morocco, hence the combination of sweet mint tea and the distinctive aroma of orange flower water.”

Recipe

  • 35ml Grey Goose vodka
  • 20ml mint tea syrup
  • 25ml freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 3 drops orange flower water
  • 2 mint leaves

Instructions

Shake vigorously with two mint leaves in the shaker. Double strain. Garnish with mint sprig and lemon twist.

Mixologist: Jake Burger

Award-winning mixologist

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The Grey Goose Crystal Eyes Martini

by Colin Field, inspired by Elizabeth Hurley and Patrick Cox’s Crystal Bar

“The perfect cocktail can only be made by bringing together the very best ingredients. As such, I’ve brought these two icons together to make a marvellous cocktail.”

Recipe

  • 50ml Grey Goose vodka
  • 20ml lime juice
  • 20ml white grape juice
  • 15ml honey water (50:50)

Instructions

Shake with cubed ice and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a crystallised sugar stick.

Mixologist: Colin Field

Head Bartender of the Hemmingway Bar at the Ritz, Paris

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The Grey Goose Flaming Black Stud

 by Peter Dorelli, inspired by Christopher Bailey’s Stud Bar

“I have combined feminine and delicate hints with masculine and strong flavours to create a sensual drink guaranteed to give you a hot flush.”

Recipe

  • 50ml Grey Goose vodka
  • 25ml blackberry puree
  • 10ml cognac-based orange liqueur
  • 10ml lemon juice
  • 1 bar spoon gomme (half gomme, half aged balsamic vinegar)

Instructions

Shake all ingredients hard with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with flamed orange zest (discarded), and a single floating blackberry.

Mixologist: Peter Dorelli

Bar legend and Education Secretary
UK Bartender’s Guild

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The Grey Goose Crystal Eyes Martini

by Colin Field, inspired by Elizabeth Hurley and Patrick Cox’s Crystal Bar

“The perfect cocktail can only be made by bringing together the very best ingredients. As such, I’ve brought these two icons together to make a marvellous cocktail.”

Recipe

  • 50ml Grey Goose vodka
  • 20ml lime juice
  • 20ml white grape juice
  • 15ml honey water (50:50)

Instructions

Shake with cubed ice and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a crystallised sugar stick.

Mixologist: Colin Field

Head Bartender of the Hemmingway Bar at the Ritz, Paris

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The Grey Goose Hot Flush

 by Salvatore Calabrese, inspired by David Furnish’s Aqua Bar

“I have combined feminine and delicate hints with masculine and strong flavours to create a sensual drink guaranteed to give you a hot flush.”

Recipe

  • 50ml Grey Goose vodka
  • 25ml blood orange juice
  • 1 bar spoon maple syrup
  • 1 bar spoon Campari
  • 1 bar spoon rose syrup
  • 1 bar spoon pink peppercorns

Instructions

Place all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker and shake hard. Double strain through a sieve. Garnish with freshly ground peppercorns.

Mixologist: Salvatore Calabrese

Salvatore’s Bar at Fifty

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4 comments to Grey Goose Vodka Cocktails, Martinis, Bloody Marys & Mixed Drinks

  • […] without vodka. Meanwhile, Grey Goose brand ambassador Dimi Lezinska is a fantastic guy who spreads some pretty nice vodka cocktail recipes around — if you’re going to make vodka cocktails, make […]

  • Angie

    I love Grey Goose! It’s my favorite vodka then, now & always! I was at the Palace Hotel last night in NYC and I had a drink called Tiger Lily. It consisted of Grey Goose, Blood Orange, Ginger and Sparkling Wine. This drink was just fabulous but I’m not sure how much of what to mix in. Would you happen to know? I’m also going to try some of the recipes that you’ve posted, they sound wonderful!

    Thanks!!

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    Matt Goldstein Reply:

    Angie, if I wrere making the drink I would go 2 parts vodka, 2 parts sparkling wine, 1 part blood orange and 1/2 part ginger. But give the bar a call and ask them. I’m sure they’ll be helpful and appreciate the praise.

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