Grey Goose le fizz

Grey Goose Le Fizz

  • 1 lime

  • 50 ml Grey Goose vodka

  • 25 ml St. Germain elderflower liqueur

  • 70 ml soda water, ice cold

  • ice, cubed

1. Fill a flute glass with ice to chill



2. Roll the lime to release the juice and cut in half



3. Squeeze 25ml of lime juice into a shot glass (fill half way)



4. Pour 25ml of St Germain elderflower liqueur into the shot glass (to fill to the top)



5. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and pour in the elderflower and lime juice mix



6. Add the Grey Goose vodka to the cocktail shaker and shake until the ice is broken and the shaker is cold on the outside



7. Empty your glass of ice then pour in the liquid using a cocktail strainer and tea strainer over the glass (to catch the fine ice)



8. Top up with soda water and garnish with a stirrer





Grey Goose le fizz

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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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Method

1. Fill a flute glass with ice to chill

2. Roll the lime to release the juice and cut in half

3. Squeeze 25ml of lime juice into a shot glass (fill half way)

4. Pour 25ml of St Germain elderflower liqueur into the shot glass (to fill to the top)

5. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and pour in the elderflower and lime juice mix

6. Add the Grey Goose vodka to the cocktail shaker and shake until the ice is broken and the shaker is cold on the outside

7. Empty your glass of ice then pour in the liquid using a cocktail strainer and tea strainer over the glass (to catch the fine ice)

8. Top up with soda water and garnish with a stirrer


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  • 1 lime

  • 50 ml Grey Goose vodka

  • 25 ml St. Germain elderflower liqueur

  • 70 ml soda water, ice cold

  • ice, cubed