Grey Goose Vodka
4.54 / 5 based on 11,345 Reviews
Distilled in Cognac, France, Grey Goose Vodka owes its smooth taste to the mastery of the Matre de Chai (Master of the Cellar), who combines alpine spring water with French winter wheat. This vodka has a delightfully crisp taste with a hint of burnt charcoal and aniseed finishing with a clear palate. Grey Goose Vodka is delightfully smooth and is best served straight, on the rocks or in a Martini but is also great in a tall cocktail. For a twist, try all the other flavors. see more...
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Grey Goose Vodka
This vodka is one of the most clean tasting vodkas I have ever tried. I would choose this product over any other brand. The flavor is crisp.
This is pretty good, always over priced everywhere I go. It cost $30 a bottle at the store but charge $7 a drink for this. It’s good but not as good as the hype
It was okay. Not really a big drinker. But I did like it a lil bit. Wouldn’t drink it again.
This does the trick and mixes easily with cranberry juice and fruit punch and goes down smooth. Does not create a horrible after taste, and does not resemble rubbing alcohol.
Honestly the nicest vodka I’ve ever drank, doesn’t compare to any others and is definitely worth the cost! Doesn’t even feel like you’re drinking vodka, great with fresh juice, particularly rubicon!
Some of the most crisp and clean vodka out there! You can always count on this goose for a yummy and great taste!!! Love it! And it is a great value!
Great vodka. Usually a little too pricey for me. Only have it on special occasions or when people buy it for me.
It’s an okay product definitely not a favourite there is room for improvement definitely and the price is not bad but I would definitely not recommend or buy this again it personally isn’t worth the money to me
Smooth and crisp. Always comes in handy. Goes well alone or mixed in cocktails. Always a staple in a collection.
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