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The newest line from GREY GOOSE®, GREY GOOSE® Essences are vodka infused with real fruit and botanical essences, perfect for a simple cocktail. The GREY GOOSE® Essences products are available in three flavors: Watermelon and Basil, White Peach and Rosemary, and Strawberry and Lemongrass.Learn more
GREY GOOSE® Essences can be enjoyed straight, with soda, or as a part of our variety of cocktails. Essences is a collection of flavorful spirits with 30% ABV, average analysis per 1.5 fluid ounces: 73 CALORIES, 0 CARBS and 0 SUGAR, 0g PROTEIN, 0g FAT. Explore the GREY GOOSE® Essences flavors and easy to make cocktails.Learn more
Rolling a cocktail is a simple technique used not only to mix the drink but to chill and aerate as well. To roll a cocktail you’ll need a set of shakers. In one shaker add the ingredients of your cocktail and fill halfway with ice, then pour the contents from one shaker to the other 5 to 6 times before serving. Want to test your skills? Try making a Bloody Mary with GREY GOOSE® Vodka.Learn more
To shake a cocktail, add combined ingredients and cubed ice to a shaker. Ensure the top of the shaker is sealed with a tap. Shake for 10 – 15 seconds. To release the shakers, tap with the palm of your hand where the top and bottom shakers meet. Hold a Hawthorne strainer against the wall of the shaker, tilt at about a 45° angle, and pour your drink through the strainer into the glass of your choice.Learn more
Yes, GREY GOOSE® Vodka is gluten-free. GREY GOOSE® Vodkas are made from single origin Picardie wheat and water from our natural limestone well in Gensac-La-Pallue using a distillation process to craft a gluten free vodka and flavored vodkas. Find out about the number of calories and carbs in GREY GOOSE® products.Learn more
National Martini Day is June 19 th in the United States, Canada and United Kingdom. The martini cocktail is one of the best-known drinks worldwide and can be served many different ways. Join GREY GOOSE® in celebrating with the popular vodka martini, dirty martini or one of our other favorite vodka martinis.Learn more
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There are 6 video conferencing backgrounds available to download for the 2020 US Open Tennis Championships. Make your virtual parties more fun with themed video backdrops!Learn more
National Vodka Day is October 4th in the United States, Canada and United Kingdom. Vodka is a versatile spirit that accounts for nearly 25 percent of spirits sold in North America. Join Grey Goose in celebrating the day with one of our favorite vodka cocktails.
Learn more about Grey Goose’s rich history of making premium vodka.Learn more
These distilled spirit specialties are no longer available in the U.S:
GREY GOOSE® Cherry Noir Flavored Vodka
GREY GOOSE® Le Melon Flavored Vodka
GREY GOOSE® La Vanille Flavored Vodka
GREY GOOSE® VX
GREY GOOSE® Ducasse
However, there are other Flavored Vodkas and the original Grey Goose Vodka we hope you explore.Learn more
GREY GOOSE® Vodka is made from just two ingredients: soft single-origin winter wheat from Picardy, France, and spring water from Gensac-La-Pallue in France. Only GREY GOOSE® Vodka ever touches the inside of a GREY GOOSE® bottle.Learn more
Popular belief tells us that vodka is improved the more times it is distilled; this perception is fueled by an industry that has entered a distillation arms race. In truth, when vodka is overdistilled, there is a risk of stripping out all the flavor of the base ingredients. Let's contrast that with GREY GOOSE’s unique distillation process that is designed to express the character of the ingredients. GREY GOOSE® uses just two high-quality ingredients, soft single-origin Picardy winter wheat and spring water from Gensac-La-Pallue in France.Learn more