Open Cocktail Tastes Like Berries a Little

greygoose Open Cocktail Tastes Like Berries a LittleThe signature cocktail of this year’s Open is the Grey Goose Honey Deuce, which manages the impossible combo of rhyme and tennis reference.

Piero Andriola, bartending at one of the Grey Goose stands, said the drink contains “honeydews, Grey Goose vodka, lemonade, and a splash of Chambord.” He said it’s been quite popular.

A middle-aged woman sampling the Honey Deuce — which is a prettier red color in person than the Long-Island-iced-tea-esque brown in the posters, and which comes in a commemorative glass cup — said, “The Chambord taste really comes through — it’s a little berry-tasting. You can’t even taste the alcohol.”

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