Grey Goose Vodka 70cl

French Vodka • 70cl • 40%
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Grey Goose Vodka
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Country French Vodka
Distillery/Brand Grey Goose
Style Plain Vodka

Grey Goose

What makes Grey Goose so special? Firstly, the wheat used to make the vodka is grown in the Picardy region of France where it is also bottled "field to bottle". This area is known for its limestone soil, which gives the wheat a unique flavour. Secondly, the water used to dilute the vodka comes from Gensac Spring, which is located in the Cognac region. The spring water is naturally filtered through limestone, giving it a clean taste.

Grey Goose is one of the original super-premium vodkas, and without doubt one of the creamiest vodkas we've ever tasted. A beautiful French vodka, Grey Goose Vodka is sublimely creamy and it's wonderful when served straight from the freezer.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Clean, grainy nose with hints of almond and black pepper.

Palate Very peppery, perfumed palate with hints of star anise and rye.

Finish Spicy, warming, creamy finish.

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Reviews for Grey Goose Vodka
Above the rest
Wonderful vodka. Instead of other 'harsh' options, the smooth taste of Grey Goose really stands out, and pleasantly surprised to see it's not from endlessly filtering or distilling the taste out of it, but rather letting the quality (French) ingredients shine. Definitely a lovely treat whenever you're in the mood.
M B , United Kingdom
one year ago
Complete style over substance.Any cheap supermarket vodka is the equal if not superior spirit.If Brad Pitt had a litre bottle of Tesco own label in his home bar maybe we'd all come to our senses
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
I tried it once at a party, it tasted smooth and neutral as vodka should be, but the price is absolutely unjustifiable, buy luksusowa if you want a better vodka and Chopin potato if you want a better premium vodka, both are cheaper and much better in my opinion.
Alper , Turkey
2 years ago
Tastes smooth. Almost no hangover.
Tastes smooth. Almost no hangover.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Don't bother
Utter crap, once was a thing to drink but gone out of fashion and taste is bland, this ajnt even french
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Smooth tasting vodka
A higher end vodka that is worth the money! Don’t need to make complex cocktails to mask any sharpness with this one- really smooth and pure.
Stefan , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Deliciously clean & light
Deliciously light on the palette and mixed really simply with a combination of tonic and soda. The flavour profile is cleaner than a lot of other higher-end vodkas that I have tried. Would highly recommend!
Liz , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Its ok but no better than other premium vodkas and well over priced for what it is. Buy the copy at Aldi for £15, its just as good if not better.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Very pleasant, great in every way
Definitely good tasting, pleasant nose, very nice vodka. It's smooth, clean and very delicate in taste. Absolutely not overpriced and not overhyped. One definitely most favorite ones. Anyone who calls it average is just trying to tarnish its name intentionally. Great French vodka.
Bobby , United States
3 years ago
A very polite vodka for those who have never tasted the real thing
On Amazon UK, this vodka has a 5 star rating from >1,000 reviews. I have never bought a bottle of vodka, never bought a measure of vodka in a pub in my life. Having intensely disliked Laphraoig for my whole life, I decided to buy one last week and quite liked it, so I decided to try The Ignoble Drink, vodka. So I bought some Absolut and some Grey Goose.
And I am once again faced with the question: what is vodka for?
I have spent the last couple of days trying to work this out and I feel it is very important when trying to assess the success of Grey Goose. Because the POINT of Grey Goose is not to taste of much. To disappear. To be inoffensive. And it succeeds at this task wonderfully. A quick perusal of all those Amazon reviews reveals this. Now, to be sure, it does not taste bad. It does taste clean. And it certainly adds some oomph to orange juice. I find myself simultaneously thinking "Errr.... it is a nebulous spirit!" and then a few minutes later, going for another sip. It is certainly much better than Smirnoff Red, which just tastes cheap. Grey Goose does not taste cheap. It tastes like it is supposed to taste like that. Which is not bad.
Fortunately, I have tasted sublime vodka. I was given some once by some extremely wealthy Russians. Unfortunately, I was just never told what it was!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago