Our 2009 cocktail coverage begins now, and how better than with a combination of vodka and martini-glass pyramids? A bunch of GE coworkers are taking a vacation day–”We got laid off!” one joked, and no one laughed–and enjoying their Grey Goose.
So how are the martinis? “Extra dirty!” our new friends joked.
“You get three Read More
The "signature cocktail" at this year’s U.S. Open is the Grey Goose Honey Deuce, which we earlier celebrated for its catchy name.
Well, it turns out that the Honey Deuce existed long before Grey Goose began selling itself as an essential component. In the drink’s formative days, it was made with BELVEDERE VODKA. Read More
The 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 Read More