1 ½ parts Grey Goose vodka
1 part St. Germain elderflower liqueur
1 whole lime
2 parts soda water
1. Pour all the ingredients apart from soda water in a mixing glass and top with cubed ice
2. Shake hard for about 20 seconds to chill the liquid really well then strain into a chilled flute
3. Top with chilled soda water
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A super-simple, refreshing vodka cocktail with an aromatic edge of elderflower. Great for welcome drinks at parties.
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