Whats your favorite cocktail mixed drink using grey goose vodka?!

Question: Whats your favorite cocktail mixed drink using grey goose vodka!?
Give me your recipe for the best cocktail mixed drink you know of using grey goose vodka,
i will give 10 pts to the best drink i taste!Www@FoodAQ@Com

I can think of a few that really make sense!. Since it's such a top shelf vodka you want to use as few mixers as possible to enjoy its purity but here are some others aside from your general on the rocks and martini drinks that grow old!.

top shelf kamikaze:
1 1/4 oz vodka, 3/4 oz grand marnier, splash lime juice
*served on the rocks in rocks glass

sex in the city cosmopolitan:
chill martini glass with ice and water while you mix drink
2 oz vodka, 1 oz grand marnier, splash lime juice, splash cranberry juice, shake!.!.!.
remove ice and water from martini glass and strain the mixture into it, garnish with lime

purple hooter:
1 1/4 oz vodka, 3/4 oz chambord
*served on rocks in rocks glass

grape crush:
1/2 oz vodka, 1/2 oz chambord, fill with sweet and sour mix, shake!.!.!.
*served in highball glass and garnished with cherry and orange slice

same as grape crush but use pineapple juice rather than sweet and sour

1 1/4 oz vodka, 3/4 oz amaretto
*served on rocks in rocks glass

My favorite drinks involve chambord since its taste never grows old!.


grey goose is a top-shelf vodka, it should either be drank on its own, or in a traditional vodka martini (vermouth and an olive)!. basically something that lets the vodka's purity shine!.

cheaper vodkas i like mixing with a citrus cola, or in one of the hundreds of 'tini things, usually sour apple is my favorite (vodka and sour apple pucker)Www@FoodAQ@Com

If you are going to waste your money on overmarketed and overpriced GG, you shouldn't be mixing it with anything but ice and a lemon zest!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I make limeade using the Vodka and frozen concentrate!. Mighty good!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

It's the same recipe with Popov!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

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