Grey Goose is one of the world’s premiere vodka brands. Produced in the Cognac region of France, this is premium stuff: The cheapest Grey Goose vodka you’re likely to find will still set you back considerably more than you’d pay for brands like Smirnoff and Absolut. As such, you’re gonna want to get your money’s worth and make the most of any bottle you might get.

One great way to get more out of a bottle of vodka is to make cocktails! Making your own vodka cocktails is a great way to save some cash, as the vodka lasts longer and you are not paying cocktail bar prices. All you need is a bottle of Grey Goose and a trip to the grocery store!

First things first, though: the vodka!

 

Which is the cheapest Grey Goose vodka?

When it comes to picking your vodka, you’ve got choices. Cellarmaster Francois Thibaut and his team produce a range of vodkas that get very high-end, very quickly. You’ve got flavoured variants like Grey Goose L’Orange, and specially engraved bottles and even large formats. The cheapest Grey Goose vodka is, perhaps unsurprisingly, the standard Grey Goose. We’ve based our cocktail recipes on this one, so it’s best to avoid the flavoured versions.

Now, it’s cocktail time. As even the cheapest Grey Goose vodka is on the pricey side, we’ve picked out some seriously budget ingredients for the cocktail recipes – feel free to trade up a little if you like!

 

3 of the cheapest Grey Goose vodka cocktails

Vodka is great for cocktails because it is incredibly flexible. Its neutral taste and clear appearance mean that you can mix and match different flavours and ingredients without the vodka itself overpowering anything. Grey Goose is high-quality stuff, too, so there will be no rough flavours or alcohol burn that you might find with cheaper vodkas. Here are three of our favourite Grey Goose vodka cocktails: Do try this at home!

 

1. Grey Goose Screwdriver

This one is as simple as it is delicious. Quick, easy and probably the cheapest Grey Goose vodka cocktail you’ll ever make!

You’ll need:

  • Grey Goose vodka

  • Orange juice

  • Ice

  • Orange slice

What you’ll need to do:

  • Take one part vodka to two parts orange juice

  • Mix together with ice in a highball glass

  • Garnish with orange slice, and serve

 

2. Grey Goose Moscow Mule

The Moscow Mule is a little trickier than the Screwdriver, but it’s a classic and is really worth knowing how to make.

You’ll need:

  • Grey Goose vodka

  • Lime juice

  • Ginger beer

  • Lime slice or wedge

  • Ice

What you’ll need to do:

  • Mix 4.5cl of vodka with 12cl of ginger beer in a highball glass with ice

  • Add 0.5cl of lime juice and stir gently

  • Garnish with lime slice, and serve

 

3. Grey Goose Vodka Martini

Last but not least, we’ve got the Grey Goose take on the classic vodka Martini. This is a favourite of James Bond’s, but thankfully the recipe is no secret!

You’ll need:

  • Grey Goose vodka

  • Dry vermouth

  • Ice

  • Olive or lemon, to garnish

What you’ll need to do:

  • Mix six parts vodka to one part vermouth with ice in a cocktail shaker

  • Strain into a Martini glass

  • Garnish with olive or lemon, and serve

 

What do you think of our Grey Goose vodka cocktails? Do you have any recipes of your own? Share them with us in the comments!

 

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