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Grey Goose Vodka

(70cl, 40%)

Grey Goose Vodka

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Grey Goose Bottling Note

One of the original super-premium vodkas - made in France, and without doubt one of the creamiest vodkas we've ever tasted. Great Neat 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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Grey Goose Vodka Reviews

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.

20th July 2020

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!

21st June 2020

Great marketing

Not a bad vodka but there are so many better to drink. legends of Kremlin, U’Luvka, Kavka, Sapling, Koniks Tale and Snow Queen to name a few all of which are more reasonably priced.

12th June 2020


This is an American brand sporting a French flag, owned by a Cuban criminal cartel, Bacardi. The Vodka tastes like fuel with a harsh after taste. If you like vodka then this is not for you.

23rd March 2020


smooth vodka drank as neat..slight hint of sweetness from grapes...don't buy if your mixing would be a waste.

27th December 2019


Just overhyped and bad

9th December 2018

Literally the worlds worst vodka.

Money doesn’t always buy you quality. If you think you’re a vodka drinker, then I can only presume you drink vodka neat (or in a martini at least). Because any other diluted way makes the vodka totally obsolete and irrelevant.

In comes Grey Goose, premium label and price tag - but ultimately flavourless (no, vodka shouldn’t be clean and pure tasting) and harsh. If you’re a mixer, you’re wasting your money on any vodka over £25, lets be honest.

The description states “great neat from the freezer” - of course, because it’s chilled to the point that it numbs your palette from actually tasting it.

2nd September 2018

Disappointing at best

This a very thin flavored vodka, not worth the money. There are dozens of other lesser priced brands that I would rate well above GG. I cannot for the life of me understand all the hype give to this averag, overpriced vodka.

26th December 2017


I absolutely adore the smooth taste of this vodka i have recently had the unfortunate experience of trying an odd vodka made from milk and it was like drinking warm custard.

13th October 2017

Pretentious, yet unremarkably average.

This pretentious brand of vodka is just okay, in my opinion. I cannot say it is bad, but it certainly doesn't live up to the hype. The emperor has no clothes, I say. If you follow the strict standards for quality vodka that state it should be colorless, odorless, and tasteless, then you could conclude that a good vodka should be clean, smooth, and have no residual aftertaste. I find Grey Goose to have an astringent aftertaste that even comes through when mixed with powerful supporting ingredients. It is certainly worth a try, so that you can judge for yourself... but try it neat, at a bar, where you don't have to risk the purchase of the entire bottle. Unless you think the bottle is pretty.

15th June 2017

Mediocre Spirit

Grey Goose Vodka isn't really even vodka, you can tell from; the taste and the commercials on television. It's really just a bad attempt at an un-aged Cognac.

20th December 2015


This Vodka is overhyped in the Popculture. Just blend nothing special. Pretty sad.

2nd December 2015

Charlie Daz

One for the posers. If you drink vodka because it makes you look cool, go for this. If you drink vodka because you enjoy the taste, avoid it. Overpriced and over-rated.

18th December 2014


A benchmark for idiots, a good vodka in itself but its the vodka every try hard cool kid orders with mixer, not realising what they are doing to themselves (and their bank account). Watch as the bartender judges you.

26th November 2014

No Idea Why People Buy This!

Maybe FANTASTIC product placement, or they have Gods in their marketing department, but grey goose is just above average in the vodka world.

15th November 2014


Amazing clever taste

16th April 2014

def overhyped

Its ok, but couldnt touch, beluga, ciroc, kremlin, snow queen, roberto cavali, mamouth, snow lepard, etc etc and dare I say, no.1 belvedere is prob better, and so are stoli and even absolut, grey goose isnt a bad vodka per se but promotion and marketing has build this company, however if you think smirnoff is better than grey goose your just lost

13th January 2014


This is the vodka designed for people who want to seem baller. Ask them to taste test it with Stolichnya red label and see if they can detect any differenc.

12th July 2012

james mcgookin

i love this!!!!! buy it everyweekend in s7ven nightclub coventry :p my fave xxx

7th March 2012


The best

13th February 2011

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